E-Books are hot-sellers, but many people worry about writing them. If you've been delaying on writing your own, try this easy process below. There is no reason why at first you cannot hire other people to carry out some if not all the work for you until you feel confident enough to ‘go it alone’.
The topic for your e-book should come from research carried out in articles you have written, possibly on a subject you have knowledge about. By writing the articles it provides practice and they are easier to do but they can also be used later to help promote your book in all sorts of online areas. The articles can then be distributed to the popular article directories which will provide a good indication how successful the book could be by the number of people that read your work.
Writing the articles should help you work out in your head just how you want the e-book to look when it is complete. Books generally follow a familiar structure of: introduction, main subject content and a conclusion but it is becoming very common to see an additional section on resources. To help increase the number of sales it is often worth adding extra material.
Once each article has been written, place into the e-book; just how many you will ultimately require will depend on how long you want it to be. E-Books are shorter than print books with the optimum length being around 50 pages so stick to the topic, and offer good, useful information. People do not like reading on compute screens so prefer to have shorter books that do not drift from the subject.
As an added extra, why not supply the reader with some bonus material you have located to give added value to your e-book; this is always appreciated. You can easily write some extra articles or provide another report you have complied. Do not supply bonus material about a completely unrelated subject, readers do not appreciate this.
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