An Interview With Me (Free eBook)

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Dan Thompson Interview

Hello and welcome to something strange…it’s another Friday blog posting!

Today I don’t have a newsletter for you, but I do have something just as good. A few weeks ago I was interviewed by Graham Cox as part of his “Auction Aces” series of eBooks.

I won’t spoil it for you but we discussed everything from List Building to Attending Seminars. I don’t want to sound like I’m blowing my own trumpet but I do think it’s a very good read, and to be honest, there’s a lot more content in there than you’d find in one of my newsletters – My newsletters are usually 2 pages in MS Word, this interview is 14 pages in length.

The eBook is free, but best of all it comes with resale rights and is totally re-brandable! That means you can brand the links within the eBook to earn you commissions for my Boomerang List Builder software, and my D9 Hosting service.

Click here to download the brandable version – I don’t even need you to opt-in 🙂

Click here to download the normal (non-brandable) version

Let me know what you think of the interview!

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5 Responses to “An Interview With Me (Free eBook)”
  1. Graham Cox says:

    Thanks Dan.

    Btw, there is also a high quality squeeze page included in the rebranding page if you want to give the ebook away as a list builder.

    Rebranding is very easy…just follow the How to Rebrand pdf instructions in the package.


  2. Valda says:

    Hi there Dan, finally we find out who is Dan the Man :).

    I look forward to ready the interview and thanks for providing it to us.

    Take care

  3. mel ramsay says:

    Hi Dan
    Thanks for a great insight to your business.Another fantastic read.Keep it up mate
    best regards

  4. Les Keen says:

    Good morning Dan,
    A very interesting read. It does help when you have the ability to absorb technologies to the level you have, but it still rquires dedication to get to your level.
    As I said before I am a bloke trying to learn web design from square minus 1,if you know what I mean. I am a fair way through my home learning course (I find a very well written course DW8, Flash 8 etc).
    I keep going onto the web and reading about CSS. I keep getting e mails, from sites that I have visited, telling me that their sites server is the best etc etc just because I asked a question or made a thank you comment. I know they are all good servers and need new business, but after reading your interview I am drawn to use you as my Host when the time comes as you seem to have the personal touch. I am not a business but my son’s friends, a few of them have their own businesses and have asked me to bulid them a web site. They will be small fry compared to the people you are directing “YOUR” bussiness too.

    I look forward in hearing from you soon.

    Keep up the good work

    Les “The Learner” Keen

  5. Dan (el_passo) says:

    Hi Les,
    Dreamweaver can be daunting, but when you get to grips with it, it really is a great tool to have. A good tip for learning is to go through the build in tutorials, when I first started off with Dreamweaver I printed off all of the built in tutorials (Help > Tutorials) and worked through them in chronological order and it gave me a good understanding of the program.

    We would be happy to host any of your sites, we host all kind of sites from local sports clubs to people selling all kinds of things! Just give us a shout via the hosting helpdesk if you have any questions.