Win A Free Book! Just Follow Me and Retweet This Post…

It’s been awhile since I last gave away a book, so I thought now would be a great time to give away a book that I actually have more than one copy of!  It’s a book you may be very familiar with (and it’s the inspiration of this blog):  The 4-Hour Workweek: Expanded and Updated.

Many of you have probably already read it, but for those who haven’t (or if you don’t own the book and you want it), I’m giving away a brand new copy!  All you need to do is follow me on Twitter and retweet this post using the button above.  Be sure your retweet includes “@My4HWW” so that I can see that you retweeted the post.

I’ll select a random winner on Monday and ship it out to that person (sorry, I can only ship to those who live in the U.S.).  I’ll tweet @ the winner, and then I’ll need you to direct message me your shipping address.  I’ll also update this post with the winner’s Twitter name.

Good luck!

UPDATE: The winner is @bobmantooth!  Congrats! Please send me your mailing address via the direct message feature on Twitter (so that I know it’s coming from you).

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9 Responses to “Win A Free Book! Just Follow Me and Retweet This Post…”

  1. I want this book man!

    LOL, been following your blog a while now, not sure if I have commented or not LOL, but I still want this book.

    I have tweeted and followed you, and I live in Australia, so I cannot possible win it. But I still want this book. (I already said that didn’t I?)

    Nice work on your niche site progress btw Eric.



    Eric G. Reply:

    Hey Alex, thanks for the comment and the kind words. And I appreciate you retweeting the post even though you aren’t eligible to win the book. If your tweet is the one I randomly pull as the winner, I’ll see if maybe I can work out some other prize.

    I like your site, by the way! Hadn’t seen it before, but it definitely seems like you have a ton of awesome content. I can also see you’ve done a lot of guest posts, so feel free to shoot me an e-mail via the contact page if you’d like to write one for my blog. I haven’t formally opened up my blog for guest posts, but I’m definitely always willing to accept high quality ones!


  2. Eric,

    I have the old copy, wouldn’t mind the new copy. I’m definitely not making the most of my twitter account but retweeted u anyway.

    quick unrelated question for you…regarding my blog. What are tags? and should I be using them?

    thanks, dustin


    Eric G. Reply:

    Hey Dustin,

    Thanks for the comment. I appreciate the retweet. I think tags are more for readers than they are for anything SEO related (although it’s always good to have your site’s content internally linked in a variety of ways). Tags are just one way to organize your content by topics (similar to categories). It’s up to you whether or not you want to use them (I only use categories – not tags. You certainly can use both.)


  3. Hey man I tweeted this article and commented yesterday, i think something is jacked up w/my askimet b/c some of my comments aren’t showing up on some blogs. Here I am trying it again though, lets see what happens.


    Eric G. Reply:

    Yep, for some reason your comments were caught up in my spam filter. I periodically go through my spam filter every few days for this very reason, so no worries, I found your comment and pulled it out. :)


  4. Congrats to the winner! This is truly a great book.
    All the best,


  5. Hi Ryan, I think giveaways are a great way of growing your blog and your readership.

    This is an awesome book which has changed my life in so many ways.

    Good luck with the giveaway.



    Eric G. Reply:

    Thanks Matthew! (Although my name is Eric.) :)


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