I love reading and I never miss an opportunity to grab a good book to sit down and relax with. Nowadays, you no longer have to lug around all of your books in a satchel or book bag, you can download your books onto a reading device and have them whenever you feel the urge to start reading.
One of my favorite hobbies to do is to read and you can read some of your favorite titles through the Kindle eBook Store. There are so many books to choose from that it’d be difficult just having one favorite book!! If you are using your phone or tablet as an eReader check out the Kindle reading app and store your books wherever you go! Kindle also offers an Unlimited Kindle plan that you can sign up for and download and read as many books as you like!
Head over to Daily E-Reader IQ for huge discounts on Kindle Books for your digital library!
Sometimes you just don’t have the time to actually read a book but, there are options. Why not listen to your books with Audiobooks. Audiobooks.com has a great selection of books you can listen to whether you’re driving, doing chores, or relaxing without doing anything. For hard to find and rare books you might want to check out Abebooks.
If you don’t have the money to buy an audiobook currently, check out Open Culture. This site has a wealth of information including a great selection of FREE audiobooks with a wide range of topics to choose from!
Like to know what’s going on in the world from a gospel perspective check out World To Come. This site is a not-for-profit organization bringing a different light to some of the events that we see happening today. A very intriguing site I must say!! I almost forgot the next three sites I am going to mention are well worth the read.
You will need an open mind when going thru the stories but they will get your attention. Many stories appear to have research-backed behind them as well. Follow Newsscouter for some investigative reports, research, and analysis on what’s going on in and around our world if you like that sort of literature. Need to delve into deeper knowledge with meaning? Truthmedia brings ground-breaking analysis on several of their videos and commentary of news, politics and world events that are happening on a daily basis.
To help debunk some of the myths you were always curious about check out my last site worth mentioning at Skeptoid.com. This site is a Podcast based show and website that focuses on all the most popular myths and revealing the true science, true history, and true lessons you can learn from each.
I know there are other bookworms and book lovers out there that has a vast library of suggested books to read and we would love to hear about them. If you have a great book list you’d like to suggest, drop us a comment sometime!
With the rate at which technology improves, it isn’t surprising that the entertainment world as we know it is changing. Traditional media delivery systems are finding their markets quickly eroding as many of us are turning to the internet for our entertainment needs. As pricing and infrastructure for high-speed internet have improved, it has led to an explosion in online media.
Cable companies are beginning to see a decline in viewership. That six o-clock news show that dad used to watch on the television each night can now be viewed anytime, on demand, from his home computer. When it comes time for junior to research his science project, online documentaries or other online media make it easy to find the information he needs. With services like Apple’s iTunes, which allows you to download movies, music, or television shows (at a cost), cable is becoming less of a necessity for our entertainment needs.
It doesn’t stop there though. What about that weekly call to Grandma’s house? Traditional means of communicating would have you dial a number on your phone, and then pay for the long distance charges on your monthly phone bill.
With many services like Skype offering free video calling features, internet video is even beginning to compete with traditional phone services. Instead of incurring that monthly bill to talk, suddenly you are on a two-way video conference with grandma, and best of all; it’s free!
What about that great new movie that you missed at the theater? No longer is it necessary to run down to your local movie store to rent it. (If you’re anything like me you probably will forget to return it and incur late charges anyway.) There are a wealth of online services that will allow you to rent or buy that Redbox hit through digital download.
Services like: Amazon’s Prime Video, Hulu, and NetFlix, are beginning to take a bite out of traditional video rental businesses. If you spend more of your time on the go, you can even download the movie through the internet connection on your cell phone.
The internet has changed the way we communicate, the way we learn, and now it is changing the entertainment industry as a whole. As sites like YouTube, or any of the other aforementioned sites, begin to change the way we are entertained, traditional media companies who are not open to change are going to be left behind. Although there are many unknowns as this new method of content delivery grows — such as regulations, copyright protection, and a host of other issues — traditional methods of media delivery are suddenly being challenged by digital video online.
What will become of traditional methods of entertainment delivery is yet to be seen, but today is the beginning of the online media explosion, this is where the future of communication and entertainment starts. Already it is being said that online video is responsible for ten percent of all internet traffic. In the next decade, I think we will begin to see the move to all media being delivered through the internet.
So, you’ve gone over and over in your head and thought about the possibilities of leaving cable and deciding to cut the cord once and for all. To help you go from undecided to, “Okay, I’ve decided to cut the cord, now what?!!” In this post, we’re going to discuss how to cut the cord and not feel bad about it. If you’re ready to cut the cord, keep reading as this will probably be a lengthy piece for some; but I hope to ensure it will be a worthy post.
Okay so, we’re going to start off explaining the streaming aspects of cord cutting. When you ask some folks why they cut the cord, they simply tell you, I wanted to save money, I got tired of the rate hikes from my cable subscription, or they just wanted to watch what they want, when they wanted to. Many people have their reasons as to why they made the choice, but to help you with your decision let’s lay out some perks to cutting the cord.
Services like Netflix, Hulu, Roku, and Amazon Prime have upgraded their services and are now producing a wide selection of their own in-house content broadening the choices of shows you get to watch. The shows are very unique compared to the usual broadcast shows you find on the regular cable networks. Sometimes, you can really find some great jewels when you begin doing your search within the aforementioned streaming services. This is just one reason, but there are other reasons and we’re going to talk about them.
Back to streaming, the first thing you need to do is, to be honest with yourself about what quality of internet you have. Your internet connection is one of THE most important pieces to the puzzle when we finally decide to cut the cord.
Imagine trying to watch a Netflix show/episode and suddenly, the connection is lost or not sufficient to stream the entire show. Some services automatically adjust the quality of the videos depending on your connection speed. To avoid this mishap, it’s best to get a device and internet service that can stream your videos at about 1mbps minimum. To view videos or streams at a much higher definition you will have to upgrade your internet connection, whether you’re using wired, wi-fi or mobile.
Keep in mind, today’s devices use a lot of data, so be very mindful of any data that you can expect to use. If you’ve got a Truly Unlimited connection then you are all set with no worries; but if on the other hand, you have a data allowance each month, you will still be able to stream; but it may not be in full HD/4K quality.
To be honest, I can do just fine with a video definition of 360p or 480p. For a more in-depth explanation of video quality check out Boxcast’s post on this subject here.
Do you have a home theater system? In the future, you might need to think about upgrading as many devices and Smart TV‘s are beginning to use 4K. If it’s not in your budget, I wouldn’t worry about upgrading at all because honestly, at the moment, it’s just a preference at this point.
Unless you have a Smart TV, you’re going to need a device that streams content for you. If you already have an Xbox or PlayStation, your console already has a host of wonderful apps, including streaming TV services and movie apps, ready for use. (Note: If you have a PlayStation, your live streaming TV options will be limited to the PS Vue network.) For everyone else, here are your best options depending on your needs.
The Roku Express is a wonderful device, capable of delivering beautiful 1080p HD video across every major service for just $37.00 or below. Roku just refreshed its entire line, bringing five times more processing power to the device, which makes it suitable for everything from watching high-definition movies to streaming live TV. It even comes with a remote (though it doesn’t feature the advanced voice control options of other models). Roku’s smartphone app can also turn your iOS or Android device into a full-featured remote with some cool features, like the ability to listen to your TV through headphones plugged into your phone for night-time viewing. Heck, it can even turn your TV off and on for you and control the volume.
The Roku Express+ comes with everything you read about the standard Roku Express. The difference is that this model includes a composite cable for those older TVs that might not have an HDMI input yet. If you travel a lot and stay at the kind of hotels that have Wi-Fi but still use old TVs, the Roku Express+ is a true delight. And, yes model also comes with a remote.
Looking for the absolute best streaming experience, complete with 4K Ultra HD and HDR support? Look no further than Roku’s Streaming Stick+. This little gadget comes with a point-anywhere remote with built-in voice controls, power, and volume control options for your set, support for Roku’s smartphone app, and a range extender that gives it four times the wireless range of other sticks. When you’re trying to stream 4K video off a wireless connection, that power matters. In tests from around the web, the Roku Streaming Stick+ is the finest streaming experience available on the market. It’s worth every penny.
You might’ve noticed a trend by now: Roku reigns supreme when it comes to streaming devices. But if you already subscribe to Amazon Prime, it’s worth taking a look at Amazon Fire Stick. Amazon offers almost as many streaming channel options as Roku, and while its devices require a Prime subscription to fully utilize, that subscription includes access to Amazon’s massive streaming library of documentaries, 4K Ultra HD movies, and Amazon originals.
Each Amazon Fire TV Stick also comes with an Alexa voice remote, allowing you to search for shows and even order a pizza via command all from the comfort of your sofa. While we’ve personally enjoyed using Roku over the Fire TV Stick, Amazon’s devices are solid streaming options worth your review. Worth noting: Amazon’s app is available on Roku, so you can access its library if you have a Prime membership.)
As for Google’s Chromecast, it’s a serviceable option, but it doesn’t offer the same flexibility or value as Roku or Amazon devices.
When it comes time to cut the cord, there are two kinds of services you might need: live TV streaming and on-demand streaming. Live streaming content offers you a package of channels similar to what you might get from your local cable company. Some live TV streaming providers also include on-demand movies and shows. Then you have on-demand services like Netflix, which offer movies and shows that are available whenever you want to watch them.
For just $16 per month, Philo gives you 37 channels of top-notch entertainment, from MTV and Comedy Central to BBC America and Viceland. While its lack of news options is frustrating, Philo’s less-than-a-movie-ticket price keeps the pain at bay. If you can’t live without the ability to channel surf but don’t want to pay an arm and a leg, Philo is your best bet. But note: The only way to stream right now is via a Roku, iOS or Android device, or your computer. There are other services similar to this one and a future post may be written to discuss those services.
Offering 50 channels, including all the major news networks and ESPN, for just $40 per month, Hulu with Live TV is the app to beat—especially when you consider it offers built-in cloud-DVR and a subscription to Hulu’s standard streaming service (an $8/month value). That means you have access to Hulu’s full library of on-demand movies, shows on Hulu, documentaries, anime, and must-see Hulu Originals. Working on almost every device, with the exception of the PlayStation, that streams media, Hulu with Live TV is the gold standard for options, quality, and selection. Add-ons like HBO and Showtime are available for a nominal fee.
Downsizing isn’t for everyone. The best deal in regards to channel selection in the streaming world right now comes from DirecTV Now. Starting at $35 for 60 channels and topping off with a $70 package that gives you 120 channels, including Showtime and HBO, DirecTV Now really can’t be beaten. Working on nearly every device on the market, with the exception of PlayStation, DirecTV Now gives you news, entertainment, sports (including ESPN), and the familiar grid interface you remember from cable TV in an affordable package.
That’s a lot to take in, right?
Best streaming service for the whole family: Netflix
Approx: $8.99 – $13.99
You name it, Netflix has it: must-see movies, horror, comedy, indie flicks, rom-coms, anime, kids movies, nature documentaries, movies based on true stories, standup specials, TV shows, thrillers, 4K movies, and TV shows, and more. Over the last few years, Netflix has pushed heavily into producing original content, leading to a slew of incredible series, documentaries, docu-series, and movies.
Netflix has the edge when it comes to movies and original content, but Hulu is where it’s at for TV. Unlike on Netflix, where you have to wait months—if not years—for a full season of a show to make its way to the service, shows appear on Hulu after airing, allowing you to stay up to date on all of your favorites. Hulu’s also the best budget service because it offers a version of its service—albeit with ads—for $7.99 a month, and unlike Netflix, you can add HBO, Starz, and Showtime to your subscription. Hulu has also made serious strides with its original series, most notably The Handmaid’s Tale, and it has the most robust anime library of the big three streaming services.
An Amazon Prime subscription pays for itself. It comes with free two-day shipping on Prime products, and it unlocks Amazon’s Video library, which includes Hollywood blockbusters and its own library of original streaming series. Amazon is also full of hard to find ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s classics. In fact, there are so many titles it can sometimes be overwhelming. Then there’s the TV shows section, which includes everything from Rosanne to HBO’s library, meaning you can catch up with The Sopranos or Eastbound and Down whenever you want. You can also add extra channels like Showtime, Starz, and more to your subscription for an extra fee. The only real downside is its underwhelming family content.
Want to start streaming but don’t want to pay for it? Crackle is a wonderful compromise. It’s a free ad-supported streaming network with a diverse collection of free movies and TV shows for you to enjoy. Think of Crackle like a TNT afternoon movie marathon programmed by a drunk college student. Do you want to watch Bad Boys II, Talladega Nights, and a direct-to-video sequel to Joe Dirt? Crackle knows you do. That’s why it made a sequel to Joe Dirt. Crackle’s movie library is rotated out monthly (here’s our regularly updated guide to the best movies on Crackle) and augmented by an odd mix of classic sitcoms, like Mad About You, and odd blink-and-you’ll-miss-them one-season network TV shows, such as the brilliant Action and the less-brilliant Kidnapped.
Crackle has also started producing its own shows, with the bleak drama Startup standing out as a particular high point. Don’t like it? Don’t complain. It’s free.
Cost Approx: $9.99-$11.95/mo (Not including additional Add-ons)
This little known streaming service provides several old and new movies that you can stream for a very low price. The Streamlive.to service has live broadcast channels that you can view on many of todays’ media devices. This service also comes with an Android & Apple Store app that you can download for your mobile device.
Free channels are provided but still require you to sign up for free. Once you’ve signed up, you get to watch several streaming broadcast channels for little to nothing. The movies.10 service has several of the same movies you would find from the larger companies. For a paid Premium account you can also add several cool add-ons to your account for even more entertainment.
I hope this post helps you with your decision. If you’re still not convinced you can always tailor your entertainment the way you like according to your budget, we hope you find this post helpful, and for sticking it out this long til the end of the post see our cord cutters resources ebook below for download.
Modern Android TV boxes are a live example of how technology has influenced the entertainment world.
Android boxes use advanced chipsets and connectivity that provides quality and choices that were never possible before. These devices turn the common entertainment hub into an interactive place for learning, exploring, gaming, streaming and doing many more interactive things online. Furthermore, they are available in various types, sizes, and costs that make it perfect for every home.
However, not every Android TV box out there can offer the durability, quality, and performance as many are not all made alike. You have to look for every specification before you buy one. We have compiled a small list of 5 of the most popular and trusted Android TV boxes we think are worthy of a mention. From this list, you can select the one that best suits your needs. So let’s jump right in!
This device is equipped with a Quad-core processor of at 1.5 GHz clock speed and has up to an 8 GB internal storage. It has the latest Bluetooth 4.2 technology and a standard Wi-Fi internal antenna that makes it easy to connect and use. This generation of Fire TV produces an output of 720p- 2160p for up to 60fps. You can use this gadget to access videos and movies from Netflix, Prime Video, Hulu, HBO, and more. Moreover, it supports browsers like Silk (Amazon’s own built-in browser) and Firefox along with websites like YouTube, Facebook, Reddit and more.
You can use these online services with Wi-Fi connectivity or you can use an Amazon Ethernet Adapter to connect a cable to the device.
The Amazon Fire TV Cube is also compatible with Alexa voice remote, comes with Dolby Audio, Ethernet and more.
Dual-band MIMO Wi-Fi for better speed
Hands-free voice control
If you’re looking to use any Google Play Apps, good luck because you’ll have to sideload an app name Downloader to get any outside apps, there are tutorials on how to do this online
The Roku Ultra is one of the best streaming setups for TVs. The device is loaded with interactive features like a built-in Ethernet port and micro-SD port for better connectivity and storage. It also has a USB 2.0, HDCP 2.2, HDMI 2.0 for video and an optical port for audio output. This device is compatible with over 4,500 channels including the most famous streaming services such as Netflix, HBO, and Vudu. This Android box supports H.264/AVC, H.265/HEVC, VP9 video codecs, and AAC, MP3, WMA, FLAC, PCM, AC3/EAC3, DTS, ALAC audio codecs.
Furthermore, it has dedicated apps for both iOS and Android devices with a lost remote finder service.
You can also use this Android box with headphones for private listening.
Full 4K support
USB support for local files
The way the remote is set up isn’t intuitive it takes a while to learn.
The most famous gaming world brand, Nvidia presents a perfect combination of picture-perfect quality, internet surfing, and gaming in its Android box. This box is built with Ethernet, HDMI, USB 3.0, expandable memory and a fast NVIDIA Tegra X1 chip for reliable functioning and speed.
The server presents a great theater like experience with its 4K HDR screen, Dolby Atmos, Dolby TrueHD, and immersive DTS-x surround sound. Furthermore, it has full support for private listening, gaming consoles, live streaming, and game casting that makes it perfect for gamers.
The high-end processor can handle 1080p to 4K HDR resolution at 60 fps, which are enough even for the most massive games like Tomb Raider, Resident Evil, and Fortnite.
NVIDIA Shield TV is available with Android TV OS and Google Assistant that gets frequent updates to keep the system updated.
Pretty fast 8 core box
Customizable Android UI with Google and Amazon ecosystems
Casting from Phone is simple
Commands from Remote weren’t accurate was the biggest gripe for this device
The HENRYTECH Android 7.1 TV Box is the unique solution for an Android-powered, streaming and gaming box, with the latest Os and 60 fps HD quality.
This device has an Amlogic S912 Octa core that makes the machine a lot faster than an average Android box available in the market. Furthermore, it has a 3D and 4K Function and PHY with HDR, CEC, HDCP 2,2, 4Kx2K@60 max resolution output is included with a built-in HDMI 2.0 transmitter. Comes with an infrared remote control(wireless).
HENRYTECH Android 7.1 TV Box has dedicated ports for Ethernet, audio set, USB 2.0, HDMI and even comes with a mini-keyboard with BT 4.1 connected with earphones so you can watch movies, TV, without any noise. This box works well with many online streaming apps as well as games. It is compatible with external mouse and keyboard which makes it perfect for every type of work.
This device supports FAT16, FAT32, and NTFS storage systems for extended memory. You can connect it to a hard disk to play local video and pictures.
This device is powered by a Rockchip RK3318 Quad-Core 64bit Cortex-A53 processor with 3D hardware acceleration for better video quality. The HK1 has a 4G DDR3 and eMMc storage of 32GB that can be upgraded with a TF Card for up to 32GB of additional storage.
The HK1 comes with Google play store included which allows you to access and download tons of games.
It can be connected to Wi-Fi and Ethernet with the specification of 10/100 and has dual Wi-Fi of 2.4 GHz & 5GHz for the best surfing and streaming experience with your entertainment.
Supports 4k, and 3D acceleration
Poor quality remote
Android TV boxes provide us with an effortless way to connect to the internet and enjoy the shows and movies whenever we want. Moreover, it offers better resolution, sound quality, and access to various online streaming applications that a traditional TV could never do.
These devices are compact, easy to use and some of them even support gaming, something that makes them ideal for all your entertainment requirements. So if you want a source of unlimited entertainment choices, these devices are something you should consider.
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Did you recently get an RV but not sure how you plan to stay connected online while traveling on the road? Being able to find good reliable internet while traveling can be an arduous task. You want to travel and see the great outdoors but if you plan on staying connected while keeping in touch with friends and family you need a connection you can count on. In this post, we’re going to discuss using a mobile hotspot for your internet needs.
First, what is a mobile hotspot and how does it work? A mobile hotspot is a device that is usually pocket-sized that runs on a cellular network similar to your phone. This device enables you to use a cellular signal to connect several of your devices to a wi-fi signal. Devices you can connect with on a hotspot would be your tablet, a gaming system, a good-sized TV, or a Blu-ray disc player. The device’s wifi signal can be shared with everyone you are traveling with. Be it your kids, your wife/husband, or your friends and guests. You’re able to connect between 6-10 people on a single connection with your hotspot. Some hotspot/routers are able to handle more than that!
Nowadays, there are several types and sizes to choose from. You only need to look for one that works for your particular needs. You will find a few that are also unlocked (or not tied to one particular cellular company, per se). Let’s say you use AT&T for your mobile phone service. With your unlocked mobile hotspot, you won’t need to ONLY use AT&T, because with an unlocked device you’re not bound to only use AT&T. With an unlocked device, you can use a similar company, let’s say a pre-paid phone company such as Simple Mobile, Boost, Straight Talk and others!
As long as your network is the same as the network you use for your cell phone service, this should be seamless. If your network runs off of Verizon, Sprint, or the other CDMA services, you will need to make sure your device is compatible with those particular networks. When we talk GSM & CDMA networks, we’re talking about the particular towers those services run on and what spectrum or bands they use for your cell/mobile service.
How to Get a Mobile Hotspot Device?
There are 2 main ways in which you can get a mobile hotspot device. You can shop for your own device; you can find some very good ones online such as the NightHawk Mobile 4G Router for GSM Networks (Unlocked); the other way is that you can rent one for the duration of your trip for a set rate.
If you belong to an RV Club, sometimes you can purchase or rent a device at the discount rate. If you don’t belong to an RV club I highly recommend that you join one whether online or in person. They offer some outstanding tips on RV maintenance, favorite places to camp for free, and information on staying connected while on the road.
One of my favorite places on the web to check is the RV Repair Club as they have tons of great videos on how to maintain your RV’s maintenance before hitting the road for your next trip. You can check out a great article from the blog titled, “The 5 Most Useful Tech Gadgets For Your RV” written by Lauren Grijalva. You will gain some gainful knowledge on everything RV!
There are some great reputable companies that offer decent prices for RV’ers who need to stay connected. One such company is Skyroam! Skyroam’s Wi-Fi can be used internationally. How’s that for your travels? Their WiFi hotspot rental service covers over 130 countries/areas starting at $6. It is great for short and long term stays abroad and doesn’t require any long term contracts. It is the best international WiFi hotspot choice for anybody!
Anytime you get into longer travels your expenses can quickly begin to pile up, leaving you broke and disgusted with the fees. With Skyroam you can avoid expensive unpredictable roaming charges because they use a pre-calculated rate.
A regular rental plan with Skyroam runs about $6/day. For a single country, you only pay for your travel period, Skyroam WiFi’s low daily rates will keep you connected wherever you go!
Need more information about Skyroam’s Wifi Rental Service? You can find their information at Skyroam to check out their services and rates before your next RV trip.
Another way you can stay connected is with your very own cell phone’s mobile connection. When you turn your cell phone’s signal into a wifi signal to share with others, you have now created your own Wifi Hotspot. This is pretty much what we call “tethering”.
Tethering works the same way as using a mobile hotspot for your internet. Most modern phones today come with a tethering feature already included in the phone. Please be aware that just because you are allowed to tether with your phone, your data still comes from your cell phone plan; whether you have a pre-paid phone with a limited amount of data or an unlimited data plan, either way, that data comes from your specific plan.
Please keep in mind, the data plan you have before you turn your phone into a hotspot and start sharing your connection with others; or you begin binge-watching your favorite Netflix shows! Videos and data-driven apps can be burned up in a single session, so please be mindful of your data use.
To keep an eye out on your data, your phone may well come with a data manager built-in. But no worries if yours doesn’t, there’s several great data manager apps in the Google Play store and the Itunes store that you can download. Just do a search for phone data managers and bam, several apps will come up!
One last point I would like to make, there is an app from the Google Play store that you can also use to turn your phone into an instant hotspot. If you haven’t heard of FoxFi, you should. FoxFi creates a hotspot by also using your phone’s included data/cell signal. You can create your own hotspot, name your hotspot whatever you like, and keep your hotspot secured by creating a password for your hotspot.
To get a better idea of what this app can do I suggest you go to FoxFi‘s page to find out more. Personally, it’s been a game-changer when you really need a hotspot quick. To check out FoxFi’s Homepage please follow link here.
These are the ways that you can stay connected when on the road. If you know of any other ways that are helpful for RV travelers or people who are traveling to different locations and need to stay connected at a reasonable price, let’s hear about them. You can drop a comment below!
Are you looking into starting your own affiliate marketing or blogging business, but you don’t quite know where to begin? There are several places on the web where you can download and view free ebooks and software; but in this post, we’re going to talk about a particular site geared specifically for online marketers and bloggers.
Haven’t heard of IDplr Products, well my friendly visitor, after this post, you will have a pretty good idea of what IDplr is and why you should sign up for an account right away!
You see IDplr Products is a blogger’s digital gold mine. I say this because the suite of digital ebooks, templates, software, videos, and graphics are of high quality and very useful! With an IDplr account, you have access to free content and information that you can use for rebranding and reselling for your very own website or blog(s). IDplr is a powerhouse of content that will ensure that you are set up for success when building your own brand and content.
You’ve heard the saying, “Content Is King, right?” With online marketing, content rules! You really can’t get people to be interested in what you’re selling or keep people interested in your blog long enough if you don’t have anything of interest to them. We spend several dollars and countless hours trying our best to produce a product that people can use or get some benefit out of. With IDplr products, you are cutting your workload in half or less.
You see, when you already have products pre-made with the right information you need and information your audience can use, you have already created a win-win for both of you!
Sometimes you don’t have the energy to go through and write several posts, emails, whole ebooks, and other time-consuming material to ensure your project or blog/website is a success! If you’ve been blogging or marketing for a while, tasking the work to an online freelancer can also prove costly, especially if you’re not happy with the work!
With IDplr Digital products you can save so much money and time by creating a free account and checking out over 200 digital products just for signing up! The products did I mention comes with private label rights! That’s right, IDplr products take all of the guesswork out of your blogging and marketing tasks; and on top of that, with a Gold membership, you now have access to Resell Rights, Master Resell Rights, Giveaway Rights, Private and Personal Rights!
With all the different level of resell rights, you have now made a business within a business! What I mean by that is that you can now rebrand your material, make it yours and resell it into your own online book store with prices you now set on your own website or blog!
Make no mistake, these ebooks and software are no crappy material either! Their just the type of material you would like to have downloaded in your Kindle or Laptop for safekeeping to refer to when you need it. So, you might ask, with an IDplr Paid Membership what all will I get? So let’s find out what is an IDplr membership and why should I become a member?
IDPLR is a digital membership site that sells marketing and blogging eBooks, videos, articles, reports, and software to all members who have a silver or gold membership. The best part is, you can pick whatever IDplr membership that suits you. For a free membership, you get the following:
Access to 200 products
Access to basic training
New products added on a monthly basis
But once you’ve tried out the Free products you’re going to want to upgrade to the Gold membership. With an IDplr Gold membership, find out what all you can do by checking out this comprehensive list below:
Use it as content for your website or a blog.
Sell products on your website, directories, forums, eBay, Amazon, AliExpress, etc.
Create your own membership site or a web store.
Use the content to set up a newsletter for your subscribers.
Use the content for your autoresponders.
Give away the product as a gift to your new email list, make your subscribers happy — you can even put your affiliate link in it to make some extra profit.
Make an eCourse and give it away to your subscribers — this is a great way to build a list.
Make money from Google AdSense — use content to create tons of AdSense sites.
Use the product as a bonus for your main product and raise your conversions.
Promote some affiliate product on ClickBank or JVzoo and offer IDplr digital products as a bonus to customers who come through your affiliate link.
Use the IDplr content to create your own info product which you can sell on ClickBank and JVzoo
Turn the product into a video tutorial
Turn the content into audio series or podcast.
Transform the content into mobile apps — This is a new popular way to make money in a hot market.
Create tangible products such as a CD/DVD
Build a website with IDplr and flip it
Use the content to create informative press releases
Rewrite the content and submit it to article directories for backlinks to your website
This list is just a few of the things you can do with your IDplr Gold membership! The IDplr eBooks are just a small glimpse of possibilities!
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