How To Revive A Stale Book For More Sales

by Penny Sansevieri What if I told you that you could simply and easily revive an old or older book and start making sales on it again? Would you be game? Most of us who have been writing for a while are sitting on a lot of content and a lot of older books that […]

How To Get Massive Traction From Your Kindle eBook

by Kathleen Gage You’ve done it! You just finished your first book, it’s up on Kindle and you’re anxiously waiting for the money to pour in. And waiting, and waiting and waiting…all because some “expert” told you there is a fortune to be made with Kindle ebooks. I’ve got news for you. If you do […]

Special Reports: Snack-size Products That Offer A Tasty Sample

by Joan Stewart If you’re new to digital publishing and the thought of creating a product intimidates you, start with something fast and easy: a five-page special report that goes in-depth on a very narrow topic. That’s what I did when I started my business. And I learned quickly that low-price, snack-size special reports–on topics […]

How To Recommend eBooks To Your Library – 5 Simple Steps

by Shelley Hitz Overdrive provides an eBook lending service to libraries. I recently started using this service through my local library to read eBooks. There were several eBooks I wanted to read that they did not yet have in their collection. So, I recommended my library purchase these books. Very quickly, I was notified they […]

Six Steps to Take Before You Write An eBook

by Nina Amir Most writers simply begin writing the moment they come up with an ebook idea they feel is worth pursuing. However, it’s best to wait a moment…or a few moments…to focus and evaluate that idea. This helps your book have a chance of succeeding in the ever-more competitive ebook market. To give your […]

What’s the Correct Length for an Ebook?

by Nina Amir Someone once said no good book is ever too long, and no bad book is ever too short! That goes for ebooks as well as print books. But how do you know how long your book should be? Is there a correct length for an ebook? This looks like a simple question, […]

Three Things to Include in the Back of Your eBook

by Shelley Hitz When writing your eBook, one thing to consider is the content you will include in the back of your book. This is major “real estate” within your book that you can use to connect further with your readers. Here are three simple things you can include in the back of your eBook:

Which eBook Publishing Platform is Best?

by Kristen Eckstein Before we get too deep into answering this question, know upfront this is like asking a mother of three which child is her favorite. Each platform comes with unique benefits and drawbacks. Digital publishing is a huge all-encompassing world of everything from e-books and Kindle to video and teleseminars. For the purposes […]

The Value of Planning Your Ebook

by Nina Amir In the world of writing, there’s an ongoing debate about whether or not to spend time planning your ebook prior to typing the first word. It’s the “mappers vs. pantsers,” those who like to map out what they will write first versus those who like to write “by the seat of their pants” […]

Three Easy Ways to Write Your Client-Attracting Ebook

by Nina Amir Many entrepreneurs struggle to find the right content for their ebooks. However, it’s really not that hard to find the right content if you simply focus on one thing: your costumers’ or clients’ needs. With this in mind, you can produce a client-attracting ebook easily and quickly. Here are three sure-fire ways […]