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justjeni I have a free Valenting E-book I was trying to give away for promotion (of course..lol) and someone suggested I list it with Cnet.  Well, I had never done anything like it before and probably did something wrong, but when they sent me my rejection I had no clue what on earth they were telling me I did wrong.  I wish I would have kept that e-mail but I was so crushed I deleted it, removed myself from their mailing list and tried to forget about it.  I can't...sniff.  I know, I over-reacted but I felt so frustrated because I did not understand what I could have done wrong.  They mentioned something about content not acceptable as a possible reason, but it was only recipes!  Valentines at that!  

Has anyone else ever submitted an e-book to Cnet, or does anyone know more about this?  I'm totally stumped and my requests for answers/help to Cnet, got me a big nothing.

Posted on: 2:57 am on March 21, 2002
EBookCompiler When I submitted Power Domain Search 7 to CNET they rejected it at first

I was pretty mad as they have an old, non-working version listed there, but didn't accept the update.  I even sent them an email (to which they never replied)

Anyway I re-read the instructions really carefully. For example the number of sentences in the description etc. I submitted follow the rules precisely and I got in 2nd time around.  So it might be worth trying this

If you don't get in, it's not the end of the world.  there are plenty of other ways to promote your ebook.  Trywww.ebooksubmit.comfor a bunch of ideas

Posted on: 4:26 am on March 21, 2002

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