Action Enforcer Tutorial

  • If you want to maximize what you get done every day, then this easy yet powerful tool is indispensable! Make it a daily habit to use it, and you will be amazed what you can get done.

Click Here to Watch the Training Video

 (video will open in a new window)

  • Watch Chapters individually or all at once

Total training time = 28 minutes

   
 

(RIGHT Click to download to your computer)

 

Click Here to access the free online version of the software

Click Here to purchase the private, desktop version of the software (I personally use this one)

 

3 Responses to “Action Enforcer Tutorial”

  • Astrid Griffiths

    Hi Gabrielle!
    The following is a small portion the terms of use by Action Enforcer…I guess that is usual? There is one time charge now of $27 (which is reasonable)…just checking that there is no free version available anymore? Astrid

    You agree to grant to http://www.e1kad.com a non-exclusive, royalty-free, worldwide, perpetual license, with the right to sub-license, to reproduce, distribute, transmit, create derivative works of, publicly display and publicly perform any materials and other information (including, without limitation, ideas contained therein for new or improved products and services) you submit to any public areas of the Site (such as bulletin boards, forums and newsgroups) or by e-mail to http://www.e1kad.com by all means and in any media now known or hereafter developed. You also grant to http://www.e1kad.com the right to use your name in connection with the submitted materials and other information as well as in connection with all advertising, marketing and promotional material related thereto. You agree that you shall have no recourse against http://www.e1kad.com for any alleged or actual infringement or misappropriation of any proprietary right in your communications to http://www.e1kad.com.

    • Gabrielle

      Hi Astrid,

      That TOS is standard for many online marketers who have forums or comment areas on their websites. It’s just so that they can use case studies and testimonials without asking for permission from users who enter information, and protects them against other liability for use of software. Yes, it is pretty standard, but I’m not a lawyer and anytime you find some kind of legal agreement (software or otherwise) that you aren’t sure of, do consult your attorney (you know I had to say that! :-)).

      As far as the free online (not secure) version of Action Enforcer, it is still available. You can access it here: http://www.actionenforcer.com/online/

      Personally, I prefer the desktop version because it feels more private and is not dependent on the Internet, but either one works the same way.

  • Astrid Griffiths

    I appreciate the information very much…I agree the private version is the way to go. Thank you for the clarification and quick response!

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