If you try to sell ebooks online, you are asking people to give their money to someone they have not heard of, for a product they do not know or trust. You had better give them a very good reason.
If your product was on dog-grooming, its more likely that people would prefer to simply go to the bookstore or library and get a book either for free or from a more qualified source. As we all know, normal books only get written by qualified sources. Maybe that is what the publishers want us to believe.
The trick, then, is to put something in front of them that they need to have right now. Have you ever had a migraine? If you have not, then you have no idea how lucky you are. I am not just talking about a really bad headache, but I mean an actual, clinical migraine. If you have, and I get them frequently, then you know the amount of suffering, a migraine sufferer goes through.
Did you know that migraine pills cost about $100 a pill, and that they have about a 60% effectiveness rate? If you did a bit of research and then came along with a product to show people how to reduce the severity and frequency of their migraines, do you see why people would buy that rather than a dog grooming book.
If your ebook was $50, do you see why people might be compelled to give it a try rather than the $100 pill that they already know is only 60% effective? You might be thinking that people could do the research themselves and still come up with the same answers then you are right but most people do not. You are someone who is willing to put a little more effort forward that is why you found yourself at this article.
There are many more possible topics, of course, that have the same urgency: Kidney stones, getting your kids to sleep at night, even getting your dog to stop barking at the neighbors. These are all things that are more urgent than casual pet grooming and lawn care type of issues.
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