Do you want to create an eBook? Do you want to sell that book after that? The fact is that both physical and digital products are doing great online. If you are able to create an informative eBook, then you can build your own business in the comfort of your home. The best part is that you probably won’t have to invest any money. But, how can we write and sell eBooks?
- Do some research
Just like in the case of any other business, you must do some research before starting. Learn more about the most popular eBooks and the most popular genres. The truth is that there are some eBook topics that have millions of readers. Keep in mind that it takes some time to create an eBook, so it would be a huge mistake to invest time and energy on something that has poor potential.
As an eBook creator and seller, you are not competing against giants like eBay or Amazon. In fact, you can use them to promote your new eBook. Another good advice is to focus on eBooks focused on niche topics. Additionally, try to create a short, yet informative eBook. Your eBook should not exceed 100 pages. It would be better if you can create an eBook that has 50 pages.
- Make a good production schedule
You should know that writing the first eBook is a process that will take you more time compared to your second or any other eBook. This is quite natural because you will are inexperienced. Writing the next books will take you significantly less time. There are many eBook writers who want to create an eBook at least once a month or every two months. Think about your schedule and create a good, realistic production schedule.
- Use some help
There are many people who believe that they are experts in everything. If you are one of them, you should know that you are wrong. In case you want to become an expert in the field of writing, copywriting and graphic design, you should be prepared to spend months or years. This means that it will take a very long time to publish your first eBook. It’s always a smart move to look for help and outsource some of the activities that you don’t like to professionals. After all, they will make your eBook look more attractive and professional.
— Isaac Irvine (@theisaac) 10 de agosto de 2017