3 Reasons eBook Publishers Need AutoResponders

Written by David Hallum

I'll bet you think ebook publishers don't need autoresponders, am I right? Well they do!

And here's why...

#1. If you publish more than one ebook, why not make up a list of your titles and call it a catalog. Then place your list on a autoresponder, then you could tell people to send a blank email to your autoresponder to get your free catalog via email.

#2. If your ebook is in EXE format, some people will be afraid to buy and/or download it. You could place a copy of any reviews you have of your ebook on a autoresponder along with a sample chapter. This way people could get a peek at your ebook contents, plus their fears would be eased by knowing that someone else has bought, downloaded and reviewed your ebook.

Reason #3

Let's say you use one or both ofrepparttar above, but still no one buys or downloads your ebook/s. Let me ask you this, "Did you send them a follow-up message?" You do know that most people need see your offer at least 3-5 times before they will make a decision. Don't you?

Well now that you know, you will need a autoresponder that can automatically follow-up for you. This way you only need to set it up once then let it dorepparttar 108545 work for you.

I found a company that will not only give you free follow-up autoresponders, they will also pay you to help them give them away.

eLectrify Your eBusiness By eReading eBooks!

Written by Mike Jones

Why eBooks are crucial to your business

Your business needs input. The business mind must be like a fast flowing stream. Ideas, viewpoints, suggestions must be constantly flowing through. Still water can stagnate. So can business. None of us know it all. We are constantly learning. Well written eBooks can show us how to market, advertise, build web sites, you name it. We avoid grief by learning fromrepparttar mistakes of others. How essential then that you build your own reference eLibrary. Every time you use it you can mine gold - if you do it right! This is why eBooks are crucial to your business.

How to setup your own eLibrary

Just followrepparttar 108544 same method as any library. A library has a catalog. Books are grouped in sections by subject or author. On your computer, create a folder call eLibrary. If you only have a handful of eBooks to start with you can keep them all together. Asrepparttar 108545 number starts to grow create sub folders for different categories, e.g. marketing, advertising, web design, graphics etc. Put a shortcut to your library folder on your desktop so it is always there as a useful reference tool.

Where to get good eBooks

There are numerous resources. Put "FREE eBooks" in any search engine and you will harvest a huge number of leads. However, wading throughrepparttar 108546 results can be time consuming. An excellent site I discoveredrepparttar 108547 other day was free- ebooks. The URL is listed atrepparttar 108548 end of this article along with another excellent link to a FREE ezine article resource. To get started quickly, you can go to a top hit list I have assembled ofrepparttar 108549 books I have personally obtained and can recommend from experience. The FREE ones you can download immediately fromrepparttar 108550 links. (http://www.vitalstop.com/ebooks.htm)

How to speed eRead

So now you have your eLibrary folder containing a number of top eBooks. You start to read. Overwhelming isn't it? Especially if some ofrepparttar 108551 books contain hundreds of pages. The answer? Developrepparttar 108552 skill of speed reading onscreen. You need a way to quickly absorb information or you will be there forever!

Two things are especially important with screen reading:

1 Your environment. Lighting should not produce glare. Poor lighting can greatly reduce reading speed. High contrast is preferred onrepparttar 108553 screen sorepparttar 108554 print hasrepparttar 108555 greatest clarity. This also improves comprehension.

2 Use speed reading techniques. Use one hand to hitrepparttar 108556 'Page Down' key andrepparttar 108557 other hand to hold and operate a guide such as a ruler. Holdingrepparttar 108558 guide an inch or so away fromrepparttar 108559 screen, move it down at a reasonable rate, or use sweeping motions acrossrepparttar 108560 screen. This encouragesrepparttar 108561 eyes to take in larger sections at a time, especially making use of peripheral vision. With regular practice this really speeds up screen reading.

Stop every 10 minutes or so and allow your eyes to roam around your surroundings, perhaps focusing on a distant object. This helps eliminate eye fatigue.

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