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Well Andy Murray got put out in the semi finals of Wimbledon – oh well, always next year !

I don’t know about you, but there are times when it is a pleasure to write about someone or a certain topic……

Well, I am having one of these moments! …… why I hear you ask, well because I am able to write about a certain young gentleman by the name of Dean Holland

For those that do not know who Dean is…..??? Where have you been?

Dean was the protege of Alex Jeffreys first Internet Marketing Coaching Program …… and boy did he learn good !!!

Heck, I remember Dean in the early days show me his first eBook and asking for advice, which I gave and offered some help & we went on to be good friends ……

So I guess I am sort of responsible for Dean’s success, but as I am modest and shy, I let Alex take all the credit for Dean’s success ….!!! HA HA HA HA !!!

I have been actually staggered by Dean’s success, or should I say the rapid rise and volume of monies that Dean has generated in 8 months of Online Marketing ……

so much so, that at the end of June 2009, Dean quit his full time job ….. to become a FULL TIME Internet Marketer ……

Given what he has learned and implemented, he is making money hand over fist …..

Only in the last week he generated $11,000 in one week!!

Dean is now about to open the doors to his Starting with Marketing Academy for Internet Newbies

The Academy will run for 6 weeks, where Dean will show you step by step exactly how he has generated $19,328 ….. so in 6 short weeks you will be doing the same …….

Now I have just got off the phone with Dean on Skype and I am excited about what Dean is about to reveal and teach his students this month …….

Check it out the link below to see exactly how Dean managed to make just under $20,000 in only 8 months!…..

Click Here to Find out how Dean made just under $20,000!

Let me know what you think …… as I know some people might think I biased …. but really it is because I know how life changing it will be for the lucky few that get access to the Academy …..

Could you be the next Dean Holland ?????

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Well for some sellers it may be ….. I personally think it is still possible to sell Digital media on CD via eBay..

Let me explain, there was an interesting thread started by myself on John Thornhill’s Forum , the reason being was that I logged into my eBay account to find that all my auctions had been removed for a “Copyright Violation”.

This puzzled me as I knew that everything I had listed I had a Master Resell Licence, was Private Label Rights or I was even the author!!!, namely my PowerSellersNiches eBook .

It very quickly became evident that I was not alone, the thread now has over 110 replies and I have studied it closely and also all the replies I and others have received from eBay.

The first thing that came to light was that the “Enhanced Members Reporting” program may have been the start of the problem, this is where eBay select ‘experts’ eBay Sellers in their opinion to report auctions (I should mention that this has been predominantly on the UK Site)….

For anyone that has experienced problems with eBay, you rarely get a straight answer, ie – ‘what where the auctions that were in violation?’

You will normally be frustrated with a ‘copy & paste’ answer, resulting in your blood pressure rising …

I can only suggest you keep calm, and if it helps here are my interpretations to the mumble jumble of the ‘copy & paste’ replies.

1. My Notification to eBay VERO Members other sellers, may have gotten me into trouble, I sell lots of different sorts of digital media, here is my notice:

Special Notice to eBay Staff, Vero, Safe Harbor…I am Copyright Holder, Author or the item is in the public domain Proof is available upon request. This product does not infringe any copyrights and fully conforms with eBay compilation and international media policy. Please contact me if you have any questions or require further information.

now the grammar within the above ‘one does all’ statement for my auctions was ‘public domain’ reason as I was aware was that information that is ‘public domain’ must be over 70 years old pre 1923 or similiar to fall out of copyright. Not all my auctions were content pre 1923.

Here is the eBay Policy that was quoted to me:

Selling of Unauthorised Copies .

Was this why my auctions were ended? Maybe …

Checking some of my other auctions, I am wondering if possibly ‘open office’ caused a problem, this is a freeware GNL Licenced equivelant to Microsoft Office. Even though eBay Sellers are Licenced to sell etc, one of the replies lead me to believe that maybe it was this that caused a problem.

Here is the eBay Policy that was sent to me and others:

Selling of Replica Counterfiets .

Reading between the lines although you may have a GNL Licence to sell it, eBay deem it prohibited.

Reading through all the relevant eBay policies, it is deemed a violation if you encourage buyers to purchase outwith the eBay Marketplace. Although I did not do that I have seen others being specific about overseas customers to buy from their ‘digital media’ website as they do not dispatch CD’s Overseas. I would suggest you are careful with this one.

As I mentioned above I still believe it is possible to earn a good income from eBay, there are lots of profit making digital media sellers Profit Making digital media Sellers .

Tips to try and stay on the right side of eBay:

If using a gallery picture, you should always use a CD image, don’t use an eBook image or Book image, you are selling a CD Rom.

I always use Planet Divinity for my Graphics.

Don’t overcomplicate your ‘note to eBay Sellers’ ….. keep it simple use ‘ I am authorised to sell this item’ or something short – may save you from an Enhanced Reporting Police!

Don’t direct buyers to other websites in your auction – ‘overseas buyers go to my about me page’ etc, you can have a link to your ‘about me’ page though.

Try not to mention eBook within your auction title or description, use alternatives such as ‘guide’ etc.

Don’t sell freeware software Open Office, PDF Creator, Music Software etc as you will get suspended for selling illegal copies of software.

Always list in ‘informational products’ as listing in other catergories may get you reported.

If selling in the UK, you may wish to consider automating your CD Delivery by using Auction Acrobat or something similiar like Disc Buddy and try listing on eBay US Site.

Any comments are welcome.

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Well it has taken me long enough what with recently getting married and working hard to get my blog off the ground.

I would like to give a special mention to Steve @ Planet Divinity Graphics for the rocking graphics – fab job as always.

Also a big thank you to Dan and Paula at d9hosting both went the extra mile to ensure I had everything set up, nothing was too much trouble, so thanks again.

Anyways, I hope that I can provide plenty of help and good information for helping people make some moolah online.

Look out for an important post for anyone that is selling digital media via cd-rom on eBay, if you do then you will need to know this

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