Secure eBook Management Software

eBooks are great for generating sales but are also vulnerable to being copied illegally by anyone. They are digital files after all, and it doesn’t really take that much to copy anything digital. In order to maximize your profit as a product owner however, you will need to secure your eBooks to avoid losing money to illegal duplications.

eBook management software/services with security options, protects your product from illegal copying. It will be extremely difficult and virtually impossible to track and control all the illegal use of your eBooks on the internet, without the use of a security-based eBook management software/service.

There are different levels of protection you may use on your eBooks. Some of these include password protection, copy protection, eBook encryption, disabled screen capture, printing and right clicks on eBooks, and locked pages.

Password Protection – Your eBook may be protected with a password to allow only people with access, to read it.

Copy Protection – You can prevent your eBook text from being copied or edited with this protection. You can also make it impossible for your readers to use more than one copy of your eBook at a time and restrict your eBook copy per user to one computer only.

Encryption – This allows you to encrypt your eBook content, that is, the codes, text and graphics. It produces unusable content for anyone advanced enough to extract your eBook content from its compiled form.
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The Concept of Money Management

The truth is that it is always a bit difficult to handle the responsibility of managing ones personal finance effectively. This is the reason why many people struggle to enjoy the fruits of a secure financial future. Anyway it needs a great amount of determination and good planning to become successful in your ventures of achieving a good personal finance.

Let us first understand why exactly is meant by ‘planning personal finance’. The first point is that you have to keep you spending to the minimum and when you do this, you will actually end up saving a part of your income every month. This savings that you make every month has to be divided among the various loan payments, long term and short term savings and also in investments.

The next issue is for managing the personal finance very well is the personal budget. You will have to make a personal budget for yourself. When you have a personalized budget, then you will be able to know where exactly you are spending too much and unnecessarily. Once you learn this, then it is always easy to stop these ‘unwanted expenses’ and you will naturally end up with lots of savings every month.

Having a good job or business is not simply the key to financial success. We will find lots of people round who fall into bankruptcy and related financial issues even though they have a good income. The key is always to spend your money effectively. When you do this, you will be able to avoid unnecessary spending and make effective savings.


Ask Yourself These 5 Trading Money Management Questions

Trading money management is fundamental if you are to achieve your goal of financial freedom. The first step you will take in setting your trade money management rules is to define your trading float, in other words, the amount of capital that you have to trade with. In fact, one of the most commonly asked questions I get is, ‘How much do I need to actually start?’

To help you answer that question you need to first define your objectives. Here’s 5 key objectives that you should follow to get your trading on track.

1. How much time do you have to spend trading? That might be full time, part time or hardly any time.
2. How much capital do you have to work with? Remember, you shouldn’t trade money you’re not comfortable losing.
3. How much risk are you comfortable with? As we all know, markets move. There’ll be times when you have a drawdown. The question then becomes: how much of a drawdown are you comfortable with? 20%? 30%? You need to decide.
4. What annual rate of return do you want? This includes what you expect to make and in what time frame. Be realistic about this. Decide what you honestly think will be returned based on what you’re willing to risk. For example, you’re not going to have a system that will return 100% per year if you’re only prepared to risk a drawdown of 5%.
5. How do you want to take your money from the market? Are you looking for cash flow (consistently taking profits out of the market) or capital growth (looking to grow your capital in the market over time, using the magic of compounding)?
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