My name is Theodore Deden and I would like to ask for your help to give away a million dollars’ worth of intellectual product in just a few short days.
As I will explain, this is not as crazy as it sounds. You see, I’ve written a book. It’s a great book about my on-the-job experience with the Python programming language and how this skill I casually picked up has transformed my business career. The book is called Business Python: an example-based guide.
Here’s my challenge. The people who can benefit from this book – business people who work with standard office software all day long – aren’t looking for it. They don’t know that Python exists, or if they know, they don’t know that it can help them. They think Python is something for hackers and IT people only, even though I know that that isn’t true.
I have learned from experienced publishers that I need a critical mass of 10’000 people to read my book just to “put it on the map”. From that point, it will live or die based on its own merits – I am convinced that Business Python will live, because I have experienced firsthand just how transformative this information can be, and because I know I have created a quality product. But how to get that critical mass of the first 10’000?
My answer: The million dollar giveaway. Let me explain how it works:
The printed book, distributed through the Amazon network, is worth 59 dollars – this is what you have to pay for a book of this type with this quality of material. But until the end of November (through Cyber Monday), I’m setting the Amazon price at the absolute bottom limit of what Amazon will let me set. Under 9 bucks. Over a 50 dollar discount on the printed book, and I won’t be earning any royalties on the sales at that price.
I have taken the same approach with the Kindle version, normally priced at 29 dollars but reduced to just 2 bucks during this launch phase in November.
On this website, business-python.com I have even more flexibility. There I have a downloadable PDF file version of the book that is normally priced at 30 dollars, but is absolutely free with the coupon code LAUNCH2020. And for those who prefer audiobooks, I have created an abridged audiobook version priced at 10 bucks, but again, absolutely free with the LAUNCH2020 coupon.
To summarize, that’s a discount of 50 bucks for the print book, 27 for the Kindle, 30 for the PDF and 10 for the audiobook. Altogether, that’s 117 dollars’ worth of stuff per person that I am giving away during the initial launch over the Thanksgiving weekend. These are high quality products that deserve their normal retail prices. I’m not giving them away because they are junk, but for the opposite reason: I want people to recognize them for the high quality products they are.
I aim to build that critical mass of 10’000 people who have read my book so that others in the future will come to know it and be able to benefit from it. If I succeed in this, I will have given away as much as 1.2 million dollars in free stuff – maybe more if I overshoot and get more than 10’000 people to download and order my book during this time.
Now you know why I’m doing this million dollar giveaway, what about you? Are you ready to let Python transform your career, as it did mine? After all, this would be a perfect time with all the COVID lockdowns, especially with the holidays coming up. Why not take a little of that time in lockdown to start learning a new skill that is easy to learn and will yield benefits for the rest of your life?
How about Christmas gifts? Your friends don’t have to know that you bought the book during the launch phase discount – by the time you give those extra copies to them, the price will be back to normal. They will be impressed and grateful for your generosity.
Is this book for you? Maybe. What I know for sure is that there are a lot of people out there who can benefit from it, even if they are in non-technical roles and even if they don’t have an affinity for programming. Want to see a preview? Check out this trailer:
So please, help yourself to your share of the free and drastic-sale goodies in my million dollar giveaway. But beyond that, I would just ask that you please help me get the word out about this giveaway, so that others like you can benefit, too. Together, we can put this book on the map, where it deserves to be.
And who knows? Maybe we transform the world in the process.
Are you ready to give Business Python a try?
Will you help me get the word out, and help others take advantage of this rare opportunity?
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