VAT on Digital Products in Europe?

by Ivan on September 14, 2014

The EU operates Value Added Tax (VAT) and electronic goods and services are subject to VAT at the applicable rate. Each member state may set its own rate of VAT if they want. VAT regulations are very complicated and the intent of this article is not to provide definitive guidance but rather to list some ...

How to sell expensive ‘special reports’

by Ivan on September 9, 2014

The EU operates Value Added Tax (VAT) and electronic goods and services are subject to VAT at the applicable rate. Each member state may set its own rate of VAT if they want. VAT regulations are very complicated and the intent of this article is not to provide definitive guidance but rather to list some ...

How to create, price, and sell digital products

September 7, 2014
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The EU operates Value Added Tax (VAT) and electronic goods and services are subject to VAT at the applicable rate. Each member state may set its own rate of VAT if they want. VAT regulations are very complicated and the intent of this article is not to provide definitive guidance but rather to list some [...]

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Do Sub-Domains Increase or Decrease Google PageRank?

August 22, 2014
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Matt Cutts’ SEO blog discusses different ways Google interprets Sub-Domains and Folders. What’s important is how your Google PageRank may be affected by setting up a new blog on a sub-domain versus a folder.

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9 (Unusual) Ways to Make Money on Your Blog

August 17, 2014
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The EU operates Value Added Tax (VAT) and electronic goods and services are subject to VAT at the applicable rate. Each member state may set its own rate of VAT if they want. VAT regulations are very complicated and the intent of this article is not to provide definitive guidance but rather to list some [...]

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Sir Alex Ferguson’s Unique Interpretation of Success

August 1, 2014

Most of us congratulate our team when they win, right? What’s interesting is that many successful leaders adopt an an alternative approach. One example of this was Sir Alex Ferguson’s response when his Aberdeen team won the Scottish Cup. Did he congratulate them?

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How to Batch Schedule Tweets with Hootsuite

July 28, 2014
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The EU operates Value Added Tax (VAT) and electronic goods and services are subject to VAT at the applicable rate. Each member state may set its own rate of VAT if they want. VAT regulations are very complicated and the intent of this article is not to provide definitive guidance but rather to list some [...]

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Why you should stop saying ‘No Problem’?

July 26, 2014

The EU operates Value Added Tax (VAT) and electronic goods and services are subject to VAT at the applicable rate. Each member state may set its own rate of VAT if they want. VAT regulations are very complicated and the intent of this article is not to provide definitive guidance but rather to list some [...]

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How to Write a Marketing Plan for Twitter

July 15, 2014
Twitter Plans: How to Write a Marketing Plan for Twitter

Should you use Twitter as part of your Marketing Plan? If you’re looking to increase sales, generate leads, or connect with prospects, it seems a no-brainer, right? The problem is if you’re starting out with Twitter it can be hard to see where it compliments your Marketing Plan. The most practical approach is to create a dedicated Twitter Plan in the same way you’d create any marketing plan.

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How to Increase Customer Signup Rates by Email

July 1, 2014
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The EU operates Value Added Tax (VAT) and electronic goods and services are subject to VAT at the applicable rate. Each member state may set its own rate of VAT if they want. VAT regulations are very complicated and the intent of this article is not to provide definitive guidance but rather to list some [...]

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Winston Churchill’s Alternative Clean Desk Policy

June 22, 2014
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When’s the last time you read something about productivity that made you stop and rethink how you manage your time? I just finished reading Winston Churchill’s biography and one of the many treasure buried inside the book was his own version of the notorious clean desk policy.

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29 Ways to Increase Traffic to a Niche Blog

June 21, 2014
Tips to Increase Traffic to Niche Blog

Making money from blogs in an inexact science. What works one blogs fails on another. I’ve launched over 200 websites since 1998 (mostly ecommerce) and about 30 blogs (mostly technical). If your blog has a technical slant, for example, it’s target audience is technical writers, analysts, architects, or others micro niche areas, then use some of these techniques to increase your traffic.

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Why Everyone’s Forgotten Charlie Sheen?

June 17, 2014
Why Everyone’s Forgotten Charlie Sheen?

Remember Charlie Sheen? Why does no-one talk about him anymore? If you want your blog to succeed, write something that people will want to read today, tomorrow and the next day…

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The Only Metric That Matters in Corporate Blogging

June 15, 2014
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The EU operates Value Added Tax (VAT) and electronic goods and services are subject to VAT at the applicable rate. Each member state may set its own rate of VAT if they want. VAT regulations are very complicated and the intent of this article is not to provide definitive guidance but rather to list some [...]

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How To Write 1,217 Words A Day Every Day

June 4, 2014

Karen from Sacramento emailed me and asked how to write more blog posts. I write between 1,000 and 3,000 words per day. The way I do this is to have a writing framework that lets me define the topic, write the post and publish it very quickly. Here’s how I do it.

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5 Alternatives to Clickbank For Selling Goods Online

June 1, 2014
Five Alternatives to Clickbank For Selling Digital Products

Clickbank reputation as a site for selling digital products, such as eBooks, has improved over the last five years. It certainly had teething problems at the start but most have been sorted out now. When John Chow and ShoeMoney use it to sell their online courses, you know it’s got to be good.

But, what if you’re still not convinced? What are the other options for selling goods online?

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How To Price Your First ebook

June 1, 2014
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Ever wondered what’s the right price for selling an ebook? This is one of the dilemmas when selling your first ebook or an information product. You want to price it so that tempts customers into hitting the Buy button. But if your price it too low, you reduce the profit margin, whereas if it’s too high customers may look elsewhere. The trick is to know what price your target customers are willing to pay and then develop eBooks that fill their immediate needs.

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5 Link Building Tactics For Government Agencies

May 25, 2014
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The EU operates Value Added Tax (VAT) and electronic goods and services are subject to VAT at the applicable rate. Each member state may set its own rate of VAT if they want. VAT regulations are very complicated and the intent of this article is not to provide definitive guidance but rather to list some [...]

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How To Structure a Blog Post

May 19, 2014

Developing a professional writing style is critical if you’re serious about making money from blogging. You can get so far by posting free flowing articles that discuss subjects in a conversational manner. Many such blogs are popular, but if you look at the really successful bloggers, they all use a distinct writing style.

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E-Junkie Review: Strengths, Weakness and Benefits

May 15, 2014
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E-junkie is a shopping cart and digital products delivery system. In a recent poll on www.ivanwalsh.com, we found that E-Junkie was one of the few shopping cart solutions that users had consistently high feedback.

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