All roads lead to piracy
All roads lead to piracy

Digital Piracy Defense

There are a lot of folks in our digital goods industry that mistakenly think that internet piracy is not really a problem they should be concerned with.

You might be shocked to find out that file-sharing technology is actually responsible for more global internet traffic than YouTube, iTunes and Facebook, COMBINED!

Additionally, the practice of “hotlinking products” (a system of sharing files by actually linking to the paying customer’s download link) is gaining popularity amongst file sharers and goes unchecked by content creators due to its difficulty in detecting. Digital products are stolen right off the shelves, passwords to premium content are shared online, and search techniques easily expose the download areas for purchased products.

All roads lead to piracy

 

The question is: Would you even know if your products were being pirated?

How can you find out? What if your business improved 20-50% just because people couldn’t get your products for free? Would that be worth knowing, especially if someone would teach you the skills needed for free?

Well, that’s exactly what Nick Night has done on his excellent webinar, Digital Piracy Defense, brought to you by Revizzit. In this one-hour webinar, he shows you the search engine SECRETS that internet pirates don’t want you to know. You will be able to find your products on file-sharing sites, even if they are “in code” – and then exactly what you need to do about it.

Nick also teaches you the solution to prevent piracy in the future by not giving customers the opportunity to download in the first place (spoiler: it’s Revizzit!)

In addition to the webinar class, there is also a free piracy defense guide available after the webinar that recaps all the important lessons, provides templates of Cease and Desist Orders and DMCA violation notices, and more. And if you help spread the word about this webinar, you can also get a TOP SECRET, 200 page search bible exposing the techniques used by pirates to hack websites.

The webinar is available once or twice a week, so sign up quickly to get a seat on the next event.

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