How To Write Quality Ebooks

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How To Sell Ebooks (3 Easy Tips)

Posted 2014-03-23 14:16:48 | Views: 1,074
How to Sell

(3 Easy Tips)
The freedom to sell ebooks as an independent author is easier than ever. Many people are now self-publishing their own ebooks for the first time.   Readers feel empowered to be able to download ebooks anytime they want at affordable prices. 

These are the two main reasons, Ease and Affordability, that ebooks outsell paper books worldwide today.  This low pricing, and easy way of buying and selling ebooks is what has turned this into the revolution that it is today!   If you want to make money selling ebooks, then you should start by using these 3 tips to market like a pro.

Sell Your Ebook Tip #1 – Make It A Freebie!

Every time you write an ebook, write a summarized Free Version to Give Away to make readers hunger and thirst for your paid product.  If you write a 20 page ebook, the freebie should be a 5 page teaser that leaves out the main point that the paid version explains so well!  In the teaser, make sure you just hint at the ultimate solution.  But let readers know if they want the full answer, they must Buy the full version.

If people like your free report they will tell usually share it!

This allows you to test your material with readers without losing any money. And gives you a quick and easy way to build a new reading audience.

Sell Your Ebook Tip #2 – Start With A Low Price.

Ebooks should not be the same price as paper books.  Avid ebook readers know this, and Amazon confirmed it with their low-ball pricing structure.  Whatever the paper book price is the ebook price should be no more than half that price!  This is not what the industry practice, but this should be what they practice.

Amazon Kindle's ebook market have proven repeatedly that readers are more willing to take a chance on a completely unknown author at the $0.99 price point, than at any other price point.  Its the new FREE!  It will help you get your work out there, and over time you will be able measure the response people have to your writing.  It is immediate feedback.  And it is what every author really need.

The low-price strategy above is a powerful way to get readers to take a chance on you, by buying and reading your ebook.  This can help you get reviews and develop a fan base that can lead to greater things.  It may even put you in a position to get a big advance from a major publisher, and even sell your future ebooks at a much higher prices.

Sell Your Ebook Tip #3 – Get On Ebook Blogs

E-readers are a tight-knit group who possess a powerful communication network. Most know where to go for information. And they do this regularly. There are many websites, newsletters, blogs, and social pages that only review and promote e-books. The influence of these reviewers make a difference to a lot of ebook buyers.

Check out the lists below of ebook blogs and websites with mega- traffic:

Ereader News Today:
Kindle Nation:
Pixel of Ink:

Getting your e-book listed on these websites can help you get a lot of downloads. You can email the administrators of these e-book blogs and ask them how you can get your ebook featured on their blog.  Some sites give free listings while others will feature your book for a fee. 

There has never been a more interesting time to be an independent ebook author. The opportunities to self-publish and sell ebooks are unmatched. However, the basics remain the same. You must write a great ebook that solves a problem that your readers desperately want the answer too. Ebooks allow you to do this faster than ever before. Start small, use the low-cost pricing approach to gain new readers, and finally, connect with the ebook community to grow your readership.  And you will be amazed at how many people really want to read what you have written!

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The CheckList For Getting Things Done!

Posted 2012-02-19 19:58:18 | Views: 1,647


The reality is that if you are not getting things done, you won’t make any money. Here are some tips on how to organize now and use your time and other resources more effectively:

1. Don’t drown yourself in the details. Trying to do to much in to little time is very discouraging.  Space things out.

2. Organize your workspace. You’ll spend less time looking for what you need.

3. Make sure the space both look and feel good. You’ll work better when the surroundings are pleasant.

4. Always check to make sure you have what you need before you start. It will save a lot of time later.


5. Make sure friends and family do not to disturb you during this course of time. This is especially important if you work at home.












6. End all distractions as soon as possible. That means no telephone or television in the background.


7. Eat right. You’ll be sharper if you get the nutrients you need each day.

8. Have a plan for each day. Write out the 10 most important things you have to do, and put them in the order of their importance.  Do this the night before.

9. Take a 10 min break every  two hours and don't skip lunch. You need the breaks to keep your strength up in the afternoon.

10. Finish your day on time. Working into the night will make tomorrow that much harder.


11. Get plenty of rest. Along with nutrition, this is the best thing you can do to keep yourself alert and productive.

12. Promise yourself everyday that you will finish what you start if its humanly possible.

13. Make every effort to work your plan daily.













14. Make a list for everything. Lists are easy to make, and they can help you see where you are going.

15. Put each list in step-by-step order. What has to be done first and what can wait until later?


16. Be real! You can’t do everything in one day.

17. Know when you are tired, and know when you are most alert. If you are more alert in the afternoon, schedule most of your work then. If your energy is even throughout the day, then set everything up accordingly.

18. Do the easy stuff first. Completing several action steps will motivate you to keep moving.

19. Combine the small stuff. It is okay to check emails while you make phone calls.

20. Forget multi-tasking with the big stuff. Focus on one thing and get it done before moving on to the next.

21. Check your work before going on. It’ll keep you from having to do things twice.













22. Group the same kind of things together. Write all your blog posts, then do all your social bookmarking, then send out your emails. It’ll make things a lot easier and faster.


23. Expect Surprises. Things come up, so build a few blocks of time into your schedule to handle them.

24. Handle the unexpected, then get back to the work at hand.

25. Don’t be upset when something temporarily derails your schedule. Things will work out all right.

26. Accept that circumstances beyond your control may make it impossible to do something on your list today.

27. Don’t sweat the delay, simply make that task the priority tomorrow.

28. Keep in mind some tasks may have to be scheduled to accommodate others.

29. Get help when you can. Believe it or not, you don’t have to do everything yourself.











30. Scan information when possible. You’ll still get what you need, just a little faster.

31. Put things away when you are done with them. It’ll save you time when you need them again.

32. Check off items as you go. Seeing the list shrink is motivating.  Remeber this is your CheckList!

33. Get away from your desk or laptop now and then. Even two minutes away will rest your eyes and keep you from slowing down.

34. Keep a second list for things that pop into your head while working on other stuff. You can refer to it later as necessary.

35. Give yourself an Eyeball Massage!  Reach a stopping point in what you are doing.  Now blink your eyes rapidly for one minute. while you move your eyeballs left-to-right.   Next tilt your head back, close your eyes, and then lightly and rapidly tap on your eyelids with your fingers.  Do this to each eye for 30 to 60 seconds.













36. Bookmark important web sites. Include your own website, and other sites you go to often.

37. Backup everthing on a remote disk or to a cloud server. Update the stored data every time you make a change.

38. Make sure your hard drive files as well as your hard copy files are always in order, so you can find what you need at once.

39. Keep your office stocked with supplies; otherwise, you’ll have to interrupt your day to go get something you need right this minute and waste valuable time.

40. Drink cool water throughout the day to stay refreshed.  And keep it as close to your workspace as you can.

41. Schedule one hour near the end of the day as a catch up period. Any tasks that got put off earlier can be addressed during that time.


42. Prepare your schedule for the following day. It’ll make it easier to dive in when morning comes.











43. Go over what you have accomplished. You’ll be surprised and pleased at everything that got done.

44. Always set yourself up for the next day the night before.

45. Check your printer for paper and ink; make sure there is plenty for the next day.

46. Organize your workspace before you leave. It’ll be easier to deal with in the morning.

47. Make sure you develop a life away from your computer.  Remember to be outgoing in the real world and make real friends.

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