From the start about two years ago, I’ve sold my book, “Professor Poor’s Guide to Buying HDTV”, as an electronic download through direct marketing. With the new second edition, I also started offering the book as a paperback through Amazon and other book retailers.
For a variety of reasons, I have chosen to close down the direct marketing efforts. This means that I won’t be offering the various bonuses that I had been giving away with the book, and for now, they won’t be available. I do have plans to put my “Weekly Price Intelligence Report” up on www.hdtvprofessor.com as a searchable database, available for free, as soon as I can find an advertiser interested in sponsoring the service. (If you know a company that might be interested, please have them contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.) I also won’t be offering my lifetime moneyback guarantee (of course, I will continue to honor it for customers who already bought my book); buyers will have to rely on the return policies of the retailers where they buy the book.
The good news is that these changes have lowered my costs considerably, and I’m passing the savings along to you. Customers have told me that at $37 a copy, they felt that they got full measure for their money. But now, I’ve dropped the price by nearly 60%, to $14.95. You can buy it right now from Amazon, or you can ask your local bookstore to order it for you. (The ISBN number is 978-0965197526.)