The Federal Trade Commission revised their online advertising disclosure guidelines on March 12, 2013 and published a detailed PDF file complete with 25 pages of examples. Anyone that blogs or uses social media should read this. Because of its importance I thought the 53-page guide would be easier to read as an eBook file (both Kindle and ePub are available).
Besides being an important document, here is why we're doing this:
- The Kindle and ePub versions are much easier to read on a small screen device. No need to pinch and zoom the PDF on a little screen.
- You can easily highlight and add notations. This is built into all the eReader software and devices. (Some PDF readers have it, some don't, and it's not as easy to use.)
- You can change the font size and background reading color to make it easier to read.
- The Gumroad software is free to use and perfect for giving away or selling digital files like eBooks, music, code, video, etc. You don't even need a website. (In my case I didn’t want to host these files and I would have had to ask you to download a zip file.)
- Gumroad is an American company with a proven background in ecommerce. Important because there are foreign-based imitators which have different banking and privacy laws.
When you enter your information you'll have immediate access to the file. Gumroad will also email you a link. I will not keep your email address. Contact me separately if you want more information about our eBook consulting and eBook development services or join our newsletter. Click here for more information about AuthorImprints.
By the way, AuthorImprints received no commission or financial benefit from recommending Gumroad. I just happen to think it works great for people that want to sell digital files. They also have responsive customer service.
Here are the links again:
.com Disclosures-Kindle eBook edition