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on 20 August 2014
Awful book about scamming. This is an expensive book and as soon as it arrived, it was clear that the quality is pretty bad, not a lot spent on printing that's for sure.
In the foreword the author says that grammar and typos need to be excused as she is not English, why she cannot pay a good proof reader with all the money she is making I don't know.
The book seems to be basically about fooling people and cheating search engines and review sites in order to make money. The writer seems fairly open about this, it is scamming in a blatant and cheap way too. She researches a niche, gets someone to write about it, seems to somehow get/post lots of reviews etc and starts again. On her site findingnichesmadeeasy.com she gives all of the names that she writes under (Robert Rymore, Lindsay Leatherdale, Elliot Lang etc) with some strange subjects, such as keeping pigs and other animals. When searched for on Amazon, it appears that the same person is quite likely to read all the books by the different authors, using various pseudonyms, at least if you look at the obviously fake reviews here that is. http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/cdp/member-reviews/A2DOFIF1WIDVLF/ref=cm_cr_pr_auth_rev
I am returning the book and would not recommend it. There is probably some useful information in there about niches and finding a way to give up the 9-5 lifestyle, but it is drowned out by the other stuff.