What is this current preoccupation with size, (of manuals)..
900 pages...1000 pages?
Is that what we all need too create to be successfull e-book sellers? Doesn't anyone speak anymore on the quality and usefulness of the information being sold?
On the one hand, we need web sites that download in milli-seconds, have the blink of an eye to hold the attention of our web site visitors...and then try to sell them a 5 million page manual...
Casual or regular visitors to this forum could be excused for thinking that unless they can produce a mighty 400 pages plus of information, then why bother.
This is ridiculous. Who started this trend?? Ken Evoy??
Hands up everyone who has read every page of Ken Silvers e-book secrets or all of Evoy's MYSS and MYKS..?
Ok i know Ken and Ricky's banter on this is light-hearted, but don't you guys think you are also giving the impression that unless the buyers of your products can produce a sizeable work they aren't even in the race??