How to Make an Ebook - Decide on a...
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Decide on a catchy, yet meaningful title for your eBook. Be careful that your title doesn't misrepresent your eBook's content. The last thing you want is to tarnish your reputation as an author by exaggerating the claims of your eBook with your title or in your marketing pitches. It's always better to under-promote and over-deliver.
Decide on how many pages you want your eBook to have. The nice thing about eBooks is that they don't have to be very long. 25 - 40 pages is quite common for eBooks. After you finish writing your eBook, be sure to have a couple different individuals proof it for errors. Typographical errors are so common nowadays, but that doesn't make them right or acceptable. Numerous typos in books or eBooks always leave a poor reflection on the author. Once you have written your eBook and have it laid out in an easy-to-read manner, you will need to convert it into a .pdf or an .exe format.
Once you've finished producing and pricing your eBook, you need to develop a marketing strategy. The are literally hundreds of ways to market your eBook, so implement a variety of methods. I would also suggest recruiting affiliates to promote your eBook. Provide your affiliates with tools such as banners, articles, and even a list of keywords. Affiliate participation and success will depend on the quality of your eBook and the promotional tools which you as the creator provide them.
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