PPEC Author

The PPEC Author is the individual who writes the eBook for a particular phase or project.

The PPEC Author sets the price for the eBook Advertising and works with the PPEC Mall to negotiate wholesale, retail, coupons, Loyalty Coupons, profits etc. just like any other Mall vendor.

The Phase One eBook is $40 retail, $30 wholesale and a 20 Loyalty Coupon.  If the customer immediately accepts the Loyalty Coupon and registers with the PPEC, the eBook Author rebates the $20 to the customer.  The PPEC software will register 20 Equity Points to the customer once the bitcoin transaction has three confirmations.  These Equity Points are in the customer’s PPEC account, and they optionally choose to circulate their 20 points they received for free in the PPEC, received from the eBook Author instant rebate.  If the customer does not immediately accept the Loyalty Coupon, the inviter in the PPEC Mall will receive 20 coupons, provided the referrer in the Mall is a Loyalty Customer.  If the referrer is not a Loyalty Customer the $20 will be kept by the PPEC Mall as advertising costs.  Additionally, the PPEC Mall receives $10 in advertising costs from the eBook sale.

You may have calculated that all the cost of the eBook is distributed so where does the eBook Author make an income?  The Author holds a position in the PPEC and believes he could circulate currency from the education in the eBook.  His ad in the eBook should create traffic just like other invitees in the PPEC and customers in the PPEC Mall.  Finally, he is the owner of the advertising Branding Software.  He has many other eBooks with other programs and he hopes the exposure may increase sales in the aftermarket.

The other eBooks work the same as above for the PPEC Authors.

The Phase Two eBook is $350 retail, $300 wholesale and a 200 Loyalty Coupon.  The PPEC Mall receives $100 in advertising costs from the eBook sale and any non allocated coupons as cash.

The Phase Three eBook is $200 retail, $140 wholesale and a 40 Loyalty Coupon.  The PPEC Mall receives $100 in advertising costs from the eBook sale and any non allocated coupons as cash.

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