If you happen to peek over at Angela’s LinkedIn page, you’ll see this at the top of the page:
Do you notice 2 odd things? I’ve highlighted them in case you missed them.
- She lists her pronouns in her name.
- The book she is reading isn’t one she published (And none of the books in the background are ones she published either)
LinkedIn.Com has over 575,000,000 users. Of them, about 3300 of them list their preferred pronouns. None of them are very successful.
This is Angela doing what she does best; latching on to whatever is #trending on twitter and attaching herself to it. We’re talking about someone who shows the most insignificant way of ‘support’ for a movement that’s over 6 years old now:
By the way Angela, I see you reworded the “FTC Disclosure” to 2 different headings, both of which still don’t comply in the slightest with the FTC Disclosures requirement.
Side note: I’ve been requesting the FTC disclosure information required by law for every single person she’s had on. I have yet to receive a single one.
Angela Lauria is such a talentless fraud that she can’t even teach her students how to not get in trouble with the government. Class act.
And about #2,
Why would you want your book published by a person who believes so little in what they do that they won’t even be seen with one of their own published books?
I sure as hell know I wouldn’t.
Speaking of fraud
Take a look:
Do you see where she’s X’ed out the “Read for free” button and instead circles the “Buy now with 1-click”, even though the price is zero?
Folks with Kindle Unlimited can click on “Read for free” and get a copy of the book. It doesn’t count as a download, or a purchase.
However, even if you set the price to zero, when people ‘buy’ the book it still gets added to the ‘purchase count’ stat, as if it was purchased with real money. Basically, she’s showing you how to artificially inflate your sales data. I’m not sure about you guys, but I’d like my book sales to all be legit – not some faked eBook sale used so you can claim number 1 book because it hit a super obscure subtopic that only sees 3 books published per month.