How To Boost Profits From Your Free Ebook

Written by Dirk Dupon

People who download a free Ebook or report are looking for useful content that can help them to improve their business.

They don't care who wrote it, as long as it is in their own interest. Period.

You may like it or not, but it's a fact that people only care about THEMSELVES.

If you don't agree with this, you should not even consider distributing or writing a free Ebook, and skip this article.

Let me explain.

When I have downloaded another one of those "glorified collection of affiliate links" reports, I getrepparttar impression thatrepparttar 149610 author is out for a quick buck, and I immediately search forrepparttar 149611 EXIT button...

Result:repparttar 149612 file moves to my trash bin, faster than you can say "cash in" :-)

If your free Ebook or report has nothing valuable to offer...

... then DON'T write it!

If you think that you'll win by sowing a bunch of "click-me- rich" links in your Ebook, you think unprofessional!

However, you can place affiliate links in your Ebook, and make profits from them...

... but you have to be EXTREMELY carefully.

Let me show you how to do it right...

How To Write An Ebook

Written by Crystal Paine

Write an eBook

Everyone has a gift, talent, or interest which others would love to learn about and they would pay to learn about it. Writing an ebook is one ofrepparttar most simple ways to do this! All you need to do is write something, put it into pdf, and set it up to sell it.

1. Write Something.

Start by asking yourself what your special interests are or what things you are knowledgeable about which others would like to learn about. What experiences have you been through which other people would find fascinating? Two areas which I've found people love reading about are creative home business ideas and ways to save money. Topic such as these will especially attract buyers because they will hope to get a lot more out of your ebook than they paid for it. If they expectrepparttar 149441 information in your ebook to save them quite a bit more money than they paid for it, they will usually be anxious to buy it. The same goes for ebooks on home business ideas.

Pick your topic and start writing! The nice thing about ebooks is that they don't have to be long. 25-40 pages is a good size for ebooks, though longer or shorter is acceptable. Be sure to have a couple different individuals proof your ebook; typographical errors are so common nowadays, but that doesn't make them right or acceptable. Numerous typos in books or ebooks always leaves a poor reflection onrepparttar 149442 author.

2. Convert Your eBook to PDF.

Once you have written your ebook and have it laid out in an easy-to-read manner, you will need to convert it into pdf or an ebook format using an ebook program. If you do not already have a pdf program, you can download a free pdf converter program here: PDF is best to use for smaller ebook files, if you have a larger ebook file, I would recommend eBook Generator.

3. Set Up Your eBook to Sell.

In order to sell it online, a great program to begin with is PayLoadz. ( I have been using PayLoadz for my ebooks and have been extremely happy with it. It allows you to set uprepparttar 149443 book process so that your ebooks can be instantly downloaded once your customer pays for them. This makes it much easier for everyone! Your customers will love being able to instantly downloadrepparttar 149444 ebooks and you will love not having to mess with sending them a download link. Once you have your ebook written and it set up on PayLoadz, you can just sit back and allowrepparttar 149445 payments to come in. You can set up an affiliate program through PayLoadz which allows others to make money by promoting your ebook. (See my affiliate marketing page for more information on this:

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