Are you looking to learn to create an ebook with ease of professionalism? It's not about the way you write, however, but also what you DO NOT do that could be the difference between success and failure.
1. Choosing a Topic You Know Little About
If you're planning to publish a premium eBook it's tempting to select the "hot subject" as if that's where all you can make money.
When you are creating an incentive for signing up, you might believe that you must entice your users with the most current details on a new topic.
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If you're self-publishing with the Amazon platform Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP), It's not difficult to imagine you must concentrate on one of the well-known categories.
2. Writing the Ebook Your Audience “Needs”
I've fallen victim to this myself (twice) and have seen many other bloggers make the same mistake.
It's when you discover an ebook subject you are certain your readers will appreciate and you are confident that you're able to write the perfect book that can truly aid readers.
This sounds fantastic, But people do not always know what they require. Also, your perception of what you need could not be right.
3. Thinking Like a Writer, Not a Publisher
It's more than just choosing what you're going to write in and the order you'll be writing it in.
When you choose to publish an ebook, you're not only an author but also an editor (and marketing professional). You must create and publish.
If you don't begin thinking about the best way to market your book, whether that's selling it to earn money or simply selling the idea to your readers you'll face problems in the future.