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Earn 50% Commission For Each Copy Of
imgettingout That You Help To Sell

Can you help spread the word about the imgettingout book?
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I have a business proposition that I think could work well for both of us.

My name is Andrew Pyle and I’m the author/founder of www.imgettingout.com

The book I wrote helps British Service leavers make a smooth transition to civvy street. It’s been well received by a variety of resettlement organisations and was given a 5/5 star review from the Arrse book club.

Despite its popularity and selling over 3000 copies since it was published in 2010, I have not had a large advertising budget to grow sales.

I have recently discovered a new eBook technology that allows me to work with affiliates in a simple way. If you are interested, I can issue you with a unique URL to share with your followers. If somebody clicks your affiliate link and buys my book in the next 30 days, you will get 50% of the sale.

The book is currently selling at £2.99 +VAT which means you will get £1.50(ish) for each copy sold using your unique URL.

If this sounds like something you’d be interested in, then you should do the following:

1. Visit the website www.gumroad.com and create an account

2. When you have set your Gumroad account up, contact me using this contact form. You will need to provide me with the email address that you used to create your Gumroad account.

3. I will then send you a unique URL that you can use to share with your followers (It might take me a day or two to sort the URL out for you).

4. If anyone buys my book up to 30 days after clicking your unique link, then you will earn a commission of 50% of the sale price. This will be automatically placed into your Gumroad account, for you to withdraw 2 weeks later (You’ll need a paypal account to do this).

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