Proof Reading-The in "Audible" Art FormWritten by Brian Holte
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Some writers hire proof-readers for their final drafts, they are familiar with way most documents are supposed to be properly structured. Proof-readers are always there when you need them, most use a checklist to make process as painless as possible especially for them days when it feels like it’s a Monday. Most approach proofing in a systematic way, breaking tasks into segments or sections completing them one at a time so job at hand doesn’t seem so big. Some have “their” way that works perfect for them but not for others, everyone’s different. What you can’t see or don’t notice proof-reader’s usually do. Some are even fluent in many different languages but be prepared to pay for such a valuable service. When seeking services of a proof-reader cash may not always be required, although I’m sure they would prefer cash instead of an exchange of services don’t count out bartering process totally. Some may also provide copywriting services that pack a punch with your target market, treat your proof-reader like “diamond” they are and send them occasional thank-you card. Proof-readers are a valuable tool, next time you see one salute him or her (I wouldn’t recommend kissing shoes though).
Brian is a freelance writer and owner of www.theebookking.com. He publishes a monthly newsletter called The Ebook King Chronicles.
How to Write an E-Book Faster Than It Takes To Read This ArticleWritten by Joe Vitale
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3. Make soup.
This is "Chicken Soup for Soul" approach to creating a book. You don't write a word. You simply ask people for contributions. Joe Kumar did this with his popular e-book "30 Days to Internet Marketing Success." Joe is a teenager in Singapore, totally unknown until he compiled his ebook and made himself an online celebrity. Jo Han Mok and I just did this with our new book, "The E-Code." We simply wrote people and asked for their contribution. It's amazingly easy to do. You can be unknown, and famous people will give you contributions.
Again, writing e-books doesn't have to be hard or take a lot of time. The trick is in delivering something people want. Do that and no one will care if you wrote your baby in an hour, a day, or a week.
But once it's written, you can make passive money from it for a long, long time.
Go for it!
Joe Vitale is the author of numerous books, including the bestselling e-book he coauthored with Jim Edwards, "How to Write and Publish Your Own OUTRAGEOUSLY Profitable eBook in as little as 7 days." See http://www.7dayebook.com