An ebook of around 100 pages contains an awful lot of information, and you will have to do a fair bit of research for that. You will likely get away with fewer pages if they are full of useful information, but you will certainly have to be able to write at least 60 pages.
Plan each chapter. Whatever you do, do not start writing and hope to wing it. You have to plan ahead and know exactly what the content of each chapter will be. You might have too much content for one chapter and too little for another, but that’s life. Now choose a title.
The title of your ebook is important and it should interest the potential customer. For example, take the title of this article. It is functional: “How to Write Ebooks for Profit. ” It says what it means. However, were this an ebook that was being sold for money, the title would be a bit more compelling, and as a quick alternative without spending too much time thinking about it “How to Write an Irresistible Killer Ebook for Fantastic Profits” would be a better title for an ebook. Make it good.
You will need to write a legal page stating whether or not the purchaser has resale rights or whether the copyright is inviolate. Plus, if the book is giving advice, you should add a disclaimer to the effect that there is no income inferred in the purchase of the book, or that you are not responsible for any injury, etc. , etc…
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