5 eBook bundles that can raise your earning potential

We've got five great eBook bundles that can get you working in five of the hottest tech fields around, all at a fraction of their original price.

  • These eBook bundles cover in-demand skill sets, including cybersecurity, web design, data science, coding and A.I.
  • The five collections include five to 20 books each.
  • Each bundle is discounted up to 95% off their regular price.


With all the knowledge, all the benefits, and none of the bookshelf space, eBooks are a perfect option for those who want to understand a new topic—and preferably one that’s going to put a few extra dollars in their pocket.

With a new year bearing down fast, here’s an opportunity to study up on an in-demand skill that will expand your professional options while saving you some money at the same time. We’ve got five great eBook bundles that can get you working in five of the hottest tech fields around, all at a fraction of their original price.

The Complete Cybersecurity eBook Bundle - $14.99 (Originally $111.75)

This five-eBook, 1,700-page package introduces cybersecurity terms, tools and tactics for use across multiple platforms to keep any computer or network safe from the web’s darkest forces. As more high-profile companies fall victim to data breaches, leaks, and more digital mishaps, this training could pay dividends down the road.

The Complete Learn to Design eBook Bundle - $19.99 (Originally $311.88)

User experience is key, so this 12-eBook collection unlocks all the dos and don’ts of designing attractive and structurally sound web pages and apps. With these UX skills under your belt, you can get 2020 off to a great start as an in-demand UX professional.

The Complete Data Scientist eBook Bundle - $19.99 (Originally $359.90)

Understanding how to gather and analyze data is a ticket to a high-paying job in 2019 as this bundle of 10 eBooks delves into visualization, stat-friendly languages like Python and more.

The Complete Learn to Code eBook Bundle - $29.99 (Originally $647.80)

If you’re interested in coding, then this is the motherlode. This package of 20(!) eBooks covers almost any programming question you could ever ask. Web development, GUI building, robotics, blockchaining, iOS apps, the works -- they’re all here. If you dive into this stack now, you might be finished by the time 2021 rolls around.

The A to Z Artificial Intelligence eBook Bundle - $19.99 (Originally $311.90)

Programming computers that can actually think for themselves used to be science fiction. But this 10-book collection proves artificial intelligence programming is very real -- and a very marketable skill you can learn today.

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