You can write a series of eBooks to have a continuous source of material to provide to your prospects and clients. When you begin to write your first eBook you may find that you just have too much information to include in one eBook. This will not be a problem if you simply break your content down into two or more different eBooks. Here is how to get started with the multiple eBook process.
- When you write your first eBook, let your readers know that there will be more information in the future.
It is best not to tell them exactly when the next one will be completed, or how many there will be in the series. Your business and plans may change and you don't want to be tied to something you said in the past.
- As you write your outline for your eBook, look for chapters that cannot possibly be covered in the course of just one eBook. These will be the content areas that will make up your next one.
- Always tell your readers that you will be providing them with more up to date information in the future.
That way they will be prepared for upcoming eBooks on your area of expertise.
- Ask your readers for feedback on what they would like to see include in your follow up eBook. They will usually be more than happy to tell you and this will give you even more content for your next writings.
Writing a series of eBooks will ensure that you have clients over a longer period of time, and that you will be able to monetize your list even further by providing current, relevant information on your niche.
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