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If you don’t have any experience with writing regularly, this all may sound a little overwhelming. Think about it this way. If you pull this off, one month later you’ll have your very own eBook. Here’s a couple of tips on how to keep writing those 750 words a day every day for the next 21 days. Write out your likely barriers.Read More
A good introduction is mandatory for an eBook. After all eBooks are hard to read and they require a great investment of time. You must have a good introduction. In this article you'll discover 5 techniques to use to write a good introduction.Read More
It’s my sincere hope that this eBook gives you a good start point for your new blog, or helps breathe new life into your old blog. Remember, it’s not just the blog itself that matters - it’s the skills you build along that way that will, one day, translate into a business or idea that works. Let’s get started. DISCLAIMER The information provided in this eBook is for general information.Read More
I’ve used the techniques I outline below to write more than 195 books (including the Left Behind series) over the past 45 years. Yes, I realize writing over four books per year on average is more than you may have thought humanly possible. But trust me—with a reliable blueprint, you can get unstuck and finally write your book.Read More
In this article, I'll go through why self-publishing an ebook is a good idea, how to format an ebook for publication, exclusivity vs going wide on multiple platforms, the specific sites available for self-publishing ebooks and what information you need, thoughts on pricing, and piracy. (This article is an excerpt from Successful Self-Publishing, available as a free ebook on all platforms.Read More
Writing and selling an Ebook Another great opportunity to make money is to gather existing content from your own blog and offer it as a downloadable ebook. Your ebook can be sold independently if your blog has a commercial platform (such as Bigcommerce), or it can be sold elsewhere. A great publishing opportunity is offered by Amazon and their.Read More
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A successful eBook provides a laser-targeted solution to a major problem. You create it by identifying a niche market and solving a common problem that people experience. That’s why it’s important to identify a narrow niche. As an example, here are a bunch of ideas within four broad market categories.Read More
A base template for writing a FICTION book blurb. Beth Bacon, an award-winning author and marketer, suggests this formula for writing a fiction book blurb: Situation. Briefly, describe the circumstances of the story. Problem. Next write about the situation or hitch that makes change inevitable. Hopeful Possibility. Here you provide the hope of.Read More
I once asked super-blogger Leo Babauta if it was ethical to repurpose content from your blog for an eBook, and he said it was, but he recommended taking the topic deeper somehow. So that’s what I did. 3. Format it for easy consumption. Prior to writing this, I had downloaded probably close to 100 eBooks, some of which I paid for. I had read.Read More