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I finished my ebook fine, now what?

Cheryl Hi Everyone,  
My name is Cheryl...newest on the list it says...I am happy to report that I have gotten my ebook compiled and have had a lot of fun playing it...but now I need to get it on my site and market it.  

What I don't understand, is how do I sell a password, and I have read the faq's but I guess I'm just a little slow in this aspect of things.  

I don't want to be right by my computer for each order to send them a computer...I do have a job to do besides this.  I want the password to be auto'd to them somehow.  And I don't understand how a list of passwords can be on my computer and no one can access them...where do these get filed, anyway?  I don't think I have them in the right place.  

And I wonder if I have written this in the correct forum, too.  Sorry if it is wrong.  I'll learn.

Anyway, thank your for taking a little time to answer.  I hope all of this makes sense.  I can't imagine this not being the single most confusing part of writing an ebook and it is probably asked all of the time, yes/no?

Hopefully you don't mind pointing me in the right direction.  I think I have just run out of brains.  I've read lots of material, and the answer is there, probably, but I'm not getting it.

Oh...I don't know the time difference, but I have been up all night here (4 a.m.), and won't be available to read immediate replies.  I'll be sure to check mail in the morning.  I wanted to get this question out there first.


Cheryl in Florida

Posted on: 9:12 am on November 4, 2002
Cheryl Cheryl again...I meant to say "send them a password" not 'computer.'  And maybe someone can tell me how to post my url in my signature???
Thank you again,

Posted on: 9:16 am on November 4, 2002
dreuby Hi Cheryl. and welcome!

Your sig - go to your profile and log in, and add a "/" to the closing URL tag at the end of your sig - it should display correctly then.

I'm hoping someone more experienced is going to tackle your password question, as I haven't used that feature yet - I'm sure it's possible to auto email them somehow.

Posted on: 11:02 am on November 4, 2002
Cheryl Hi Dianne and thanks for the tip.  I fixed my signature.  I'm going over to the technical forum for some of the other quesions that are bugging me and holding me up.  


Posted on: 10:39 pm on November 4, 2002
EBookCompiler Try this tutorialwww.ebookapprentice.com/sell/cbpassword

Posted on: 3:48 am on November 5, 2002
Cheryl Thank you and thank you for your emails.  I did not see this in the apprentice site before.  I'll read thoroughly, thanks so much.  Cheryl

Posted on: 3:57 am on November 5, 2002

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