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Best Source Of Ebooks

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by freeufcdotinfo, Mar 13, 2010.

  1. freeufcdotinfo

    freeufcdotinfo Power Member

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    Looking for specific repair manuals such lawnmower repair manuals can see them on tradebit, but not via torrent.

    Is there a holly grail for good manuals any thoughts
     
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    superspiderman BANNED BANNED

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    Yeah there is a link here on BHW to a massive free resource where you can get millions of titles. Hold tight and I will try track it down for you
     
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    superspiderman BANNED BANNED

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    Check out http://www.floodle.net/ it has a few
     
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  4. freeufcdotinfo

    freeufcdotinfo Power Member

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    Thanks for this - I cant find search though.
     
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    Which torrent engine are you using? They are not all created equal.

    Here's a couple of torrent sites that have yielded good results with techie books and manuals. Not sure how much luck you will have with them though.

    http://fenopy.com
    http://isohunt.com
    http://thepiratebay.org

    At the same time, there are a lot of download sites (rapidshare etc) that have sprouted up in the last couple of years. Places like
    http://downarchive.com ... I have seen car manuals on this one, but YMMV

    There are a few more ... some even better than that one ... I will see about digging them up for you.

    Of course another route, is to use one of the many rapidshare/hotfile/mediafire search engines out there. Again, I cannot think of one off the top of my head but there are a couple of half decent ones I have used in the past. Most of them are really shit though, so maybe folk here can point you to a good one.

    One more tip. Try and find the book or manual on amazon, and then use the ISBN to search for it, instead of the book title. This sometimes works better than just searching for the title.
     
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    My clickbank affiliate links are the best source of ebooks :D
     
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    Have you checked gigapedia dot com?
     
  8. freeufcdotinfo

    freeufcdotinfo Power Member

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    Thanks for all the help chaps..

    Still no luck though - just a question on the torrent sites, would the torrents no be listed on google when I search for the term, or are some torrents not indexed.

    Also

    Were do these guys from tradebit and other file sharing sites get there ebooks, I cant believe they write them, would you not think that these products would show up else were sooner or later.

    I have a growing list of things I would like from these sites but they are selling for silly prices.

    Any further suggestion on source for tech ebooks would be great