5 Advantages of Creating E-books

Written by Wayne Perkins

Here are 5 quick advantages for creating e-books or your information products and selling them onrepparttar Internet.

1. You Become an Instant Expert in Your Field.

Within just a few minutes of exposure on-line, people that have never heard of you will consider you "the expert" on a particular subject.

Since you can edit and change your information onrepparttar 108483 fly,repparttar 108484 information you offer can berepparttar 108485 most relevant to your industry. This will propel you ahead of your peers selling print books.

2. No inventory costs.

The moment you create your first e-book, you have "Billions-In Print." (Hey, that may make a great title for a press release!)

3. No Competition.

Your book may be sold as a single copy or your digital file may fit in as a premium for your largest competitor. Your competitors become your business partners, and you both benefit.

4. No Special Software is Needed.

You can fill your e-books with sound, graphics and videos, or your e- book can be a simple text file, delivered by e-mail.

5 Steps in Writing & Selling Your First E-book

Written by Wayne Perkins

What is an e-book?

An e-book is simply a digital file that contains content that entertains, enlightens or inspires your reader.

It can be 5 pages long or 2500 pages long. It can be a complete book that uses all ofrepparttar old fashioned elements of book publishing or an e-book can be a truly creative piece of work.

An e-book could be a speech, a series of speeches, a poem, a series of poems, recipes or series of recipes and "how to instructions. E- books can also be short stories like Stephen King's "Ridingrepparttar 108482 Bullet."

E-books can contain sound; video and animation or they can resemble a typical paperback book.

Think about all ofrepparttar 108483 things you have done in your life. Can you help people achieve success by writing about your experiences?

Create a title page, a table of contents and begin writing chapters.

Set up your pages like any other documents. If you use Microsoft Word you can set up "hyperlinks" connecting chapters as you would html pages on a website.

2. Save your e-book as in Microsoft Word as a doc. File...text file...and html file

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