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Friday, September 23, 2016

Most of My Books are FREE -- Marc Charles

6:23 AM

Greetings:

Most of my books are free or deeply discounted on Amazon. Check out most of my books here:



 

I'm a big fan of Kindle Direct Publishing. I built an entire business around the platform!

There are plenty of downsides, problems and issues with KDP.

But, I've also watched Amazon fix and eliminate hundreds of problems or glitches within a few hours or days. Amazon deserves a lot of credit.

Old World print book publishing will probably survive. Most people love print books, including me.

But Old World publishers, and especially the Big Boys in NYC -- are mostly living off an old, overpriced system.

Digital and mobile publishing is the hot rising trend, not old world print publishing.

Click here for my books

Thanks!

Marc

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Cool New Market: Coloring Books (Seriously)

September 22
7:03 AM

Hey Gang:

I've enclosed some cool insight from Nick Laight. This is cool.

Be sure to check out Nick's newsletter and products -- he's the "real" deal when it comes to making money and hot rising trends.

I'm going to do this for myself!

Marc

___________________

How to Make Money with Coloring Books for Adults











Hi Marc:

I’ve developed a strange obsession…

About 6 months ago I was in my local Waterstones, wondering what to buy with some old book tokens I’d found at the back of a desk drawer.

Alas, the only other time I visit Waterstones is to check out the latest books and then order them via Amazon!

I’m actually a regular visitor to our local Oxfam bookshop, where I’ve found some amazing buy-sell opportunities. But I’ll leave that for another email…

Anyhow, I was in the art section and I came across a book called Art Therapy Mandalas - 100 Designs for Colouring in and Meditation.  



Intrigued, I bought the book.

Once home I dug out a set of good pencils I’d bought years ago but never got around to using.

And then I got started…

Colouring in is said to aid mindfulness, lower stress and generally aid mental well-being.

And I can vouch for that.

But what they don’t mention is just how addictive it can be!

I always want to make sure I finish a mandala, but on some of the more complex ones, that means 6 hours or more of continuous colouring in!

But hey, it keeps me off the streets and completely chilled after the stresses of the day.

Of course, once hooked, I started searching Amazon for other books to satisfy my cravings…

Most others were more crafty and without sounding like a colouring in snob, a bit too easy.
 
I much prefer something really intricate – after all, it’s the process rather than the end result that matters. (I’ve binned countless pieces I'd spent hours on because I didn’t feel they had the right mix of colours.)

Rather than lower my standards/keep up the challenge I branched out and started downloading images of old woodcuts instead!


Once I had the bug, I’d literally make an excuse just to go to the local art shop to check out their gel pens!

Sad, I know... but I'm probably not alone.

In the last few weeks, it seems like colouring in for grown ups is everywhere.

Suddenly, it's gone mainstream… and is making some people very rich!
 
I was in Selfridges department store last week and they had a dedicated table for the new trend.

And as I type these words, 3 out of the top 10 best selling books on amazon.co.uk are colouring titles.

On the US Amazon.com site it's 7 out of the top 20!

Johanna Basford is the undisputed queen of the genre, selling over 1.4 MILLION copies of her book The Secret Garden since 2013.  


Millie Marotta has sold half a million books!


And I’ve seen a TV ad for an Art Therapy Part Work.
 
This colouring in for grown ups craze started in France where books were explicitly marketed as a de-stressing exercise and it has spread here.

Waterstones has revealed there was a 300 per cent rise in sales of colouring books between Christmas 2013 and Christmas 2014.

Go back further, and the famed psychotherapist Carl Jung first discovered the therapeutic benefits of mandalas with his patients.


If colouring in isn’t your thing, what about doodling?

Whilst researching the subject, I went down a lot of rabbit holes...

And one led me to a whole publishing phenomena called Zentangles.  

According to the website, “with the Zentangle Method anyone can create beautiful images from repetitive patterns.”

Interestingly, one woman is selling her Zentangle doodles as – yes you guessed it – images for adult colouring books!
 
Colouring books for grown ups will be one of the THE major publishing trends of 2015 and if you are so minded, this could definitely offer you extra income opportunities:
  • Create your own colouring books – either illustrate yourself or commission others and sell as digital or print on demand via Amazon
  • Alternatively find images (art/prints) in the public domain – upload to a computer and remove any colour, allowing the colourist to add their own
  • Consider subject-specific colouring books – dogs, cats, flowers, decorative patterns, heraldry...


And the lesson?

Open your eyes.

Six months ago I would have never thought adult colouring books or doodling would become such a publishing phenomenon.

This week, try and be open to the possibilities of what's going on around you.

Are more and more people talking about a specific subject? A film, book, product, company, website...

Listen on the bus, in a queue, at work...
 
I guarantee once you open your eyes and ears and tune in, you'll start to see patterns and new trends.

And make sure you report back with anything juicy!
 
Best regards



Nick

Director of Colouring In
What Really Makes Money
http://www.whatreallymakesmoney.co.uk
 


Monday, September 19, 2016

Yup....THIS Works.... -- Marc Charles

7:29 AM

Hi Gang:

I've developed a new money making program called MicroGig Riches.

It's published by Great Escape Publishing and Agora.

The reviews and testimonials are humbling :)

Check it out.

http://www.greatescapepublishing.com/program/microgigs/

Marc

---------

A new, fun (and some say crazy)
way to cover your household bills
AND fund your travel account …
in 10 minutes a day or less …

Fast Company … U.S. News … all agree. This is an innovative way to make spare cash.

MicroGig Riches 2016

http://www.greatescapepublishing.com/program/microgigs/ 

Read More! 


Saturday, September 17, 2016

Color Book Cash -- Marc Charles


6:08 AM

Hi Gang:

I've enclosed a great new update from Nick Laight. This is cool.

Be sure to check out Nick's newsletter and products -- he's the "real" deal when it comes to making money and hot rising trends.

I'm doing this for myself!

Marc

___________________

How to Make Money with Coloring Books for Adults











Hi Marc:

I’ve developed a strange obsession…

About 6 months ago I was in my local Waterstones, wondering what to buy with some old book tokens I’d found at the back of a desk drawer.

Alas, the only other time I visit Waterstones is to check out the latest books and then order them via Amazon!

I’m actually a regular visitor to our local Oxfam bookshop, where I’ve found some amazing buy-sell opportunities. But I’ll leave that for another email…

Anyhow, I was in the art section and I came across a book called Art Therapy Mandalas - 100 Designs for Colouring in and Meditation.  



Intrigued, I bought the book.

Once home I dug out a set of good pencils I’d bought years ago but never got around to using.

And then I got started…

Colouring in is said to aid mindfulness, lower stress and generally aid mental well-being.

And I can vouch for that.

But what they don’t mention is just how addictive it can be!

I always want to make sure I finish a mandala, but on some of the more complex ones, that means 6 hours or more of continuous colouring in!

But hey, it keeps me off the streets and completely chilled after the stresses of the day.

Of course, once hooked, I started searching Amazon for other books to satisfy my cravings…

Most others were more crafty and without sounding like a colouring in snob, a bit too easy.
 
I much prefer something really intricate – after all, it’s the process rather than the end result that matters. (I’ve binned countless pieces I'd spent hours on because I didn’t feel they had the right mix of colours.)

Rather than lower my standards/keep up the challenge I branched out and started downloading images of old woodcuts instead!


Once I had the bug, I’d literally make an excuse just to go to the local art shop to check out their gel pens!

Sad, I know... but I'm probably not alone.

In the last few weeks, it seems like colouring in for grown ups is everywhere.

Suddenly, it's gone mainstream… and is making some people very rich!
 
I was in Selfridges department store last week and they had a dedicated table for the new trend.

And as I type these words, 3 out of the top 10 best selling books on amazon.co.uk are colouring titles.

On the US Amazon.com site it's 7 out of the top 20!

Johanna Basford is the undisputed queen of the genre, selling over 1.4 MILLION copies of her book The Secret Garden since 2013.  


Millie Marotta has sold half a million books!


And I’ve seen a TV ad for an Art Therapy Part Work.
 
This colouring in for grown ups craze started in France where books were explicitly marketed as a de-stressing exercise and it has spread here.

Waterstones has revealed there was a 300 per cent rise in sales of colouring books between Christmas 2013 and Christmas 2014.

Go back further, and the famed psychotherapist Carl Jung first discovered the therapeutic benefits of mandalas with his patients.


If colouring in isn’t your thing, what about doodling?

Whilst researching the subject, I went down a lot of rabbit holes...

And one led me to a whole publishing phenomena called Zentangles.  

According to the website, “with the Zentangle Method anyone can create beautiful images from repetitive patterns.”

Interestingly, one woman is selling her Zentangle doodles as – yes you guessed it – images for adult colouring books!
 
Colouring books for grown ups will be one of the THE major publishing trends of 2015 and if you are so minded, this could definitely offer you extra income opportunities:
  • Create your own colouring books – either illustrate yourself or commission others and sell as digital or print on demand via Amazon
  • Alternatively find images (art/prints) in the public domain – upload to a computer and remove any colour, allowing the colourist to add their own
  • Consider subject-specific colouring books – dogs, cats, flowers, decorative patterns, heraldry...


And the lesson?

Open your eyes.

Six months ago I would have never thought adult colouring books or doodling would become such a publishing phenomenon.

This week, try and be open to the possibilities of what's going on around you.

Are more and more people talking about a specific subject? A film, book, product, company, website...

Listen on the bus, in a queue, at work...
 
I guarantee once you open your eyes and ears and tune in, you'll start to see patterns and new trends.

And make sure you report back with anything juicy!
 
Best regards



Nick

Director of Colouring In
What Really Makes Money
http://www.whatreallymakesmoney.co.uk
 


Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Neat App Business for Sale -- Marc Charles

7:02 AM

Greetings:

I've enclosed an interesting app platform for sale.

I like most of the listings by AppBusinessBrokers.com.

The enclosed business generates more than $200,000 annual revenue with nice profit margins.

Check it out!

Marc Charles
http://imaxxman.wixsite.com/marccharlesacademy




_________________________________________


3) Arbitrage Marketing Software For Internet Marketers:
http://www.appbusinessbrokers.com/properties/148404/

For sale is an automated marketing software tool and
training system that allows users to perform arbitrage
across two very popular sites and profit as a middleman.
However this is not the typical “make money” type of offer.

This is a very well known, respected and established brand
within the internet marketing industry, and has won
multiple awards for its profitability, user friendliness
and anyone-can-use-it business model. It enjoys tremendous
customer loyalty for being a high quality pragmatic product
that is profitable for its users

Revenue = 213,000
Profit = 107,000
Asking = 160,000

Friday, September 9, 2016

Importing Fortunes Works -- Marc Charles

7:13 AM
July 25

Greetings all:

My Importing Fortunes Program, coaching and instruction is live....AND it works.

Check out the promo....

Marc




Marc Charles

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

More App Businesses for Sale - Marc Charles

6:22 AM

Hi Guys:

Here's another app business for sale by my buddies at AppBusinessBrokers....


Health & Fitness App Business + Custom Backend System:
http://www.appbusinessbrokers.com/properties/428019/

For sale is a mobile app business with three years
of history that focuses on the evergreen health and
fitness market. The product portfolio spans iPhone,
iPod, iPad, and Android with copyright protected
content along with affiliation with a major
national health association.

The apps have been featured by Apple on numerous
occasions, including a full editorial feature
in the health and fitness section last summer.

The business includes a custom backend system that
can be used with other mobile app businesses.
The source code for this backend system is easily
the most valuable piece of the acquisition.

Revenue = 51,023
Profit = 42,570
Asking = 125,000

Best Wishes,

Eric, Mike and Mark
AppBusinessBrokers
603-821-0928


PS. Not interested in these listings?
Check out other businesses here:

http://www.appbusinessbrokers.com/buy-business


Regards,

Marc Charles

PS Check out the Marc Charles Academy on YouTube -- do it :)  FREE Tutorials
http://imaxxman.wixsite.com/marccharlesacademy


Friday, September 2, 2016

Travel Trick Used By Da Man - Marc Charles

Travel “Loophole” the Airlines PRAY You Never Learn


8:44 AM

Greetings!

This stuff is never advertised!

And most people don’t make a dime on this loophole so they’re not going to tell you about it either.

I used the loophole on a flight from LA to Boston recently, and when I mentioned it to the airline reservation clerk she pretended like it didn’t exist.

But believe me….it’s very real….and it works!

One airline was fined $375,000 recently for trying to withhold this loophole from a passenger.

And forget about getting info from Uncle Sam. Maybe it’s the $40 million airline lobby…oh well.

Real People Using “the Loophole”

·        Harvey Oreck, a former barrister from Vancouver, British Columbia has scored more than 30 free flights!

·        Christopher Lotz, from San Jose CA scored a FREE flight voucher worth about $1,000 -- enough for a European trip!

·        Tom Parsons, (founder of bestfare.com) has received $1,000’s in free flights

·        Asheet Aswahi, from Pittsburgh PA snagged four free flights, meals and lodging over a 12 month period

Here’s the deal…

Airline overbooking is not illegal.

Airlines always overbook flights to compensate for the "no-shows."

The downside to overbooking is passengers typically get "bumped" as a result.

Listen carefully….

When overbooking occurs, the Department of Transportation (DOT) requires airlines to ask passengers if they’re willing to give up their seats voluntarily, in exchange for compensation.

Bumped passengers are entitled to compensation!

Getting Bumped for CASH!

According to the Associated Press, 69,000 passengers were bumped in 2010!

Most of these passengers didn’t receive a dime in compensation because they didn’t know how “the game” is played.

Here's How the “Bumping Game” Works

At the check-in area, airline employees will look for passengers willing to give up their seats when a flight has been oversold.

If you're not in a hurry you can give up your seat in exchange for compensation and a later flight.

But don’t agree to the “bumping game” until you get answers to these questions:
Can the airline provide a confirmed seat on the alternate airline? The alternate flight may be acceptable. But if they offer to put you on standby flight that's full, you could be stranded.

Will the airline provide other amenities such as free meals, a hotel room, phone calls, and ground transportation? If not, you might have to spend the money they offer you on food or lodging while you wait for the next flight. This is a big one!

The DOT does not say how much an airline is required to compensate “bumped” passengers.

This means the airlines can negotiate with passengers for an acceptable amount of money or a free trip (and possibly other incentives).

The airlines provide employees with guidelines for bargaining with passengers.

They may select the volunteers who are willing to sell back their reservations for the lowest price!

If the airline offers you a free ticket, ask about the restrictions.

How long the ticket good for?

Is the ticket "blacked out" during holiday periods?

Can the tickets be used for international flights? This is a stickler! I received a free flight and compensation, but I found out later it couldn’t be used for a flight to Bermuda. I complained and the ticket was revised!

Most importantly, can you make the reservation, and if so, how far before departure are you permitted to make it?

Three Things to Consider When Accepting “DBC”

Denied Boarding Compensation or DBC requires airlines to give all involuntarily bumped passengers a written statement describing his or her rights.

The statement must explain how the airline decides who can board an oversold flight and who does not.

Involuntary bumped passengers are entitled to a payment of “denied boarding compensation”. The actual amount depends on the price of their ticket and the length of the delay.

If you are bumped involuntarily and the airline arranges substitute transportation which is scheduled to get you to your final destination (including later connections) within one hour of your original scheduled arrival time, no compensation is required.

If the airline arranges substitute transportation which is scheduled to arrive at your destination between one and two hours after your original arrival time (within four hours on international flights), the airline must pay you an amount equal to your one-way fare to your final destination, with a $400 maximum.

If the substitute transportation is scheduled to get you to your destination more than two hours later (four hours internationally), or if the airline does not make any substitute travel arrangements for you, the compensation doubles (200% of your fare, $800 maximum).

In most cases you’ll keep your original ticket and use it on another flight.

If you choose to make your own arrangements, you can request an "involuntary refund" for the ticket for the flight you were bumped.

The “denied boarding compensation” is essentially a payment for your inconvenience.

Surprise “Conditions” Airlines Don’t Want You to Know

In addition to the ticketing deadline, each airline has a check-in deadline. This is the amount of time before scheduled departure when you must present yourself to the airline at the airport.

For domestic flights most carriers require you to be at the departure gate between 10 minutes and 30 minutes before scheduled departure, but some deadlines can be an hour or longer.

To be eligible for compensation, you must have a confirmed reservation. A written confirmation issued by the airline or an authorized agent qualifies you in even if the airline can't find your reservation in the computer, as long as you didn't cancel your reservation or miss a reconfirmation deadline.

You must meet the airline's deadline for buying your ticket. Discount tickets must usually be purchased within a certain number of days after the reservation was made. Other tickets have to be picked up no later than 30 minutes before the flight.

Check-in deadlines on international flights can be as much as three hours before scheduled departure time.

Some airlines may require you to be at the ticket/baggage counter. But most airlines require you to be in the boarding area.

Important Note: If you miss the ticketing or check-in deadline, you may have lost your reservation and your right to compensation if the flight is oversold. No compensation is due if the airline arranges substitute transportation which is scheduled to arrive at your destination within one hour of your originally scheduled arrival time.

If the airline must substitute a smaller plane the carrier is not required to pay people who are bumped as a result.

In addition, on flights using aircraft with 30 through 60 passenger seats, compensation is not required if you were bumped due to safety-related aircraft weight or balance constraints.

The rules do not apply to charter flights, or to scheduled flights operated with planes that hold fewer than 30 passengers. The rules do not apply to international flights inbound to the United States.

However some airlines on these routes may follow them voluntarily.

When a flight is oversold and there are not enough volunteers, some airlines bump passengers with the lowest fares first. Once you have purchased your ticket, the most effective way to reduce the risk of being bumped is to get to the airport early.

For passengers in the same fare class the last passengers to check in are usually the first to be bumped, even if they have met the check-in deadline.

Allow extra time; assume that the airport access road is backed up, the parking lot is full, and there is a long line at the check-in counter.

However, if you arrive so early that your airline has another flight to your destination leaving before the one that you are booked on, either switch to the earlier flight or don't check your bag until after the first flight leaves.

If you check your bag right away, it might get put on the earlier flight and remain unattended at your destination airport for hours. Airlines may offer free transportation on future flights in place of a check for denied boarding compensation.

If you are bumped involuntarily you have the right to insist on a check if that is your preference.

When you cash a check (and accept the free flight), you lose the right to demand money from the airline later on.

If being bumped costs you more money than the airline will pay you at the airport, you can try to negotiate a higher settlement with their complaint department. If this doesn't work, you have 30 days from the date on the check to decide if you want to accept the amount of the check.

You are always free to decline the check (e.g., not cash it) and take the airline to court to try to obtain more compensation.

Don't be a "no-show." If you are holding confirmed reservations you don't plan to use, notify the airline. If you don't, they will cancel all onward or return reservations on your trip.

Improve Your Odds of Getting Bumped

There will always be airline passengers with urgent travel needs.  Their top priority is arriving at their destination on time.

The airlines are required by law to seek out the passengers who are willing to give up their seats for compensation before bumping anyone in- voluntarily.

Harvey Oreck whom I mentioned earlier is often referred to as a “professional bumper”.

When Harvey hears an announcement in the airline terminal that begins “Ladies and Gentlemen…” he knows it’s a signal for an overbooked flight. He also knows it means free trips and/or cash vouchers for the “bumped” volunteers.

Oreck, a semiretired lawyer and former barrister from Vancouver, British Columbia, estimates he and his family have scored airline vouchers for about 30 flights from the bumps that he has taken over the past five years, paying for trips to Thailand, Mexico and other locales!

On a recent trip home from Las Vegas, Harvey accepted a bump to a later flight and accepted a free flight voucher.

A few minutes later, someone backed out of his original flight, allowing Oreck to go home as planned and keep his already-issued voucher!

"You have to be alert and proactive," Oreck said.

Airline over-sales swelled 12% in the 2010, giving flexible fliers a greater chance to land some great freebies and offset the rising cost of air travel.


After talking to airline employees, savvy travelers, professional “bumpers” and travel experts I refined my list to seven of the best ways to increase your odds of getting bumped.

Seven ways improve your odds…

Always get to the boarding area early. Be friendly and let the airline check-in agent you are willing to be bumped

Book flights on the busiest travel dates, times and holidays

Books flights on airlines with the highest “bumping” percentage

Books flights on the most popular business traveler times and dates

Book flights on early flights (before 8:00 AM) rather than later (after 7:00 PM)

Book single reservations

Book flights on the most popular destinations (New York City, Orlando, Las Vegas, Los Angeles and Miami are the top five)
There you have it!
The secrets of world travel using the airlines loopholes. You can also get bumped for cash!
I hope that helps.
Have fun and play nice…..and please post your comments!

Regards,
Marc Charles
“The King of Business Opportunities”


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BumpTracker (analyzes the number of seats oversold on certain flights at certain times)

FlyerTalk (Frequent flyer and “bumped” community)
AirTravelGenius.com (Insider Air Travel Tips and Advice)
FiredAirlineAgent (Susan Jacobs was a 15-year airline industry veteran until she was fired. She has written an eBook with more than 46 ways to get free airline tickets, and other insider information)
The Top Airfare Websites
They provide deep links to fare calendars to every domestic fare that can be purchased on Travelocity.com, Southwest.com, or Cheapair.com, and to Orbitz.com for most international fares
·        They show fares from every conceivable airport
·        They only list fares that they think are reasonable
·        They have better organization.


FareCompare.com is an independent airfare shopping site with most of the tools necessary to help consumers find the best deals available quickly and easily.
Every day FareCompare.com processes feeds from more than 500 airlines - totaling more than 270,000 city pairs worldwide.
Orbitz is an online travel company that enables leisure and business travelers to research, plan and book a wide range of travel products. Orbitz also owns CheapTickets, ebookers, HotelClub, RatesToGo, the Away Network, Asia hotels, and corporate travel brand Orbitz for Business.

They search more than 200 travel websites to locate the best travel
values on the Internet

Tom Parsons, one of the most sought-after travel experts in the country. He is a consumer champion, offering information on travel bargains, the airline industry and its effects on consumer pocketbooks. From frequent flyer miles to travel deals to the nation's seemingly never-ending changing security policies, Tom is on the beat.

One of the Internet’s most complete resources for airfare cuts, daily deals, airline goofs and short-term airfare cuts

Last minute travel and airfare deals

Yapta is designed to help consumers manage fluctuating travel prices so they know when to "buy low". Yapta conducts daily price checks on the specific flights and hotels and alerts you when prices drop or when they fall within your budget.

SmarterTravel.com is one of the largest online travel resources on the Internet for unbiased travel news, deals, and timely expert advice. They research the latest and best travel deals, compile travel guides for destinations worldwide, and offer money-saving tips for travelers.

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Thursday, July 14, 2016

How to Obtain a Free Review of Your Business Plan by Marc Charles

9:15 AM

Greetings:

I'll review your business plan or executive summary absolutely free.

However, there are a couple of absolute requirements.

Check out my video for details.

Talk soon.....

Marc

Monday, July 11, 2016

Secret Weapon: The A/B Prospect Formula by Marc Charles

7:39 AM

Greetings all:

The A/B prospect formula as taught to me by Gary Halbert (deceased) has helped me generate tens of millions of dollars in sales.

Seriously.

Nothing to buy -- just a great FREE VIDEO ;)

Talk soon.......

Marc

Thursday, July 7, 2016

The Truth About Business Competition by Marc Charles

9:12 AM

Greetings:

Most new entrepreneurs disagree with me on this topic.

You decide ;)

Hot New Video

Talk soon.....

Marc

Sunday, July 3, 2016

Logic and Probability in Business by Marc Charles

5:21 AM

Greetings:

Here's a new video on a very cool topic: logic and probability in business ;)

New Video

Marc

Friday, July 1, 2016

Thursday, June 30, 2016

Mobile Apps Gone Wild by Marc Charles

Hi Gang:

If you like the mobile app business my new video is a MUST SEE....

Seriously ;)

Marc

New Video

Friday, June 24, 2016

It's ALIVE! Marc Charles Academy

7:04 AM

Oh yeah.....

And the best part is my new venture is absolutely free.

There are NO sales pitches, products, advertorials, endless sales "funnels", or endless backend products.

Free.

Marc Charles Academy Introduction

Marc

Walking Billboards

11:42 AM

Greetings:

This is kinda neat.....



Put Legs On Your Campaign and Stand Out With Our Walking Billboards!

Have fun.

Marc