5 Steps in Writing & Selling Your First E-book

Written by Wayne Perkins

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3. Set up an account with Infopost.com. They will host your file and give you a free website page to include your description, reviews, pricing and any other information. Infopost.com is located at:


Infopost will also perform credit card processing and they allow you to post sample chapters or excerpts of your e-books.

4. Followrepparttar directions on listing your e-book, includingrepparttar 108482 description, pricing and sample chapter and then up-load your e-book to Infopost.com

5. Copy and pasterepparttar 108483 URL of your e-book to your e-mail signature and register your Infopost description page URL with all ofrepparttar 108484 major search engines and directories.

Below are two places you can accomplish this for free.

http://www.jimtools.com http://www.urlsubmitter.com

Now you are a full-fledged e-book author. You will begin selling your e-books quicker than you think after completingrepparttar 108485 process.

Wayne Perkins is the best selling author of "A Cheap and Easy Guide to Self-publishing E-books" and has published 3 print books and 11 e- books. Wayne also delivers training by phone on how to write and sell your first e-book. http://www.wayneperkins.net/ebooks/write.html mailto:wayne@wayneperkins.net

Which of these ebooks tempts you the most?

Written by Michael Hopkins

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To sum up, always keep in mind thatrepparttar title of your ebook is vitally important to its success.

An ebook with a title that catchesrepparttar 108481 attention ofrepparttar 108482 potential customer and promises a benefit to that customer, will be infinitely easier to sell than an ebook with a 'descriptive' title.

Your title should do allrepparttar 108483 following:

- It should attract your potential customer's attention. - It should clearly show what your book is about. - It should arouse your potential customer's interest and/or curiosity. - It should promise BENEFITS torepparttar 108484 potential customer.

Put yourself inrepparttar 108485 position ofrepparttar 108486 potential customer. Ask yourself what would attract you in a title. Take a look at other titles that coverrepparttar 108487 same subject area. Which ones are best? Which arerepparttar 108488 ones you would most like to buy? Which ones promiserepparttar 108489 biggest benefits? What is it about these titles that make them better than repparttar 108490 others?

Do you know someone else who is interested inrepparttar 108491 same subject? If so, ask yourself which title would interest him/her. Which title would you feel happy and comfortable telling him/her about?

Finally, keep your title as short as possible and use a sub-title to drive home other benefits. For example, "How to make your rock group famous usingrepparttar 108492 Internet" withrepparttar 108493 sub-title "The secrets to rock promotion that will haverepparttar 108494 major labels scrambling to sign you up".

Remember, it doesn't matter whatrepparttar 108495 subject, you can create a sellable ebook in just a few hours. Give it a title that promises BENEFITS torepparttar 108496 target market and then TARGET that market, and you're guaranteed to succeed.

Hey Ho! Let's Go!

Michael Hopkins is owner of BizzyDays eBook Publications. Visit now to download original FREE ebooks at: http://www.bizzydays.com Download Michaelís highly-acclaimed guide to successful ebook publishing at: http://selfpublishing-ebooks.htm

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