At first glance, creating an eBook might seem like a lot of work. In some ways, it is. But, by breaking your eBook down into little chunks, you can really minimize that initial perception.
In fact, creating your first eBook doesn’t have to be a challenge if you don’t make it out to be that way.
I must confess, when I first thought about creating an eBook, the thought didn’t exactly thrill me. I thought about the work that would probably be involved, and merely the length of the eBook discouraged me.
But then I talked to a few entrepreneurs about how I felt, and the advice I got was really uplifting. I also started picturing the overall task of writing an eBook in another light. As I was planning out the contents of the eBook, I thought, “What if I just tackle this large project one step at a time?” Continue reading
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As an online business owner, you want every customer who walks through your virtual doors to purchase the most expensive items. Even though you cannot realistically expect that to happen, you can maximize your sales through cross-selling and up-selling. Cross-selling is the art of selling products related to the main products, like selling socks with shoes. Up-selling offers a higher-end benefits-driven solution to your customer.
Here are some suggestions for building your customer base and selling more of your products online. Continue reading
You can’t deny the earning potential of eBooks, especially if you’re a freelance writer or blogger intent on making a living with your content. Just look at Pat Flynn’s eBook success. Pat originally worked a 9 to 5 job before he was laid off. Then, he pursued income through a blog he had created to help readers pass a LEED exam. In the end, he managed to make thousands of dollars from his first eBook launch on the blog in the first month alone. Talk about incredible.
However, while launching an eBook can be lucrative, creating an eBook takes lots of work. There are also many stages to eBook production. I mentioned a few times in earlier posts that I planned to launch an eBook on making a living through your writing career. While working on the eBook, I did a search for eBook tips on some of the blogs that I read regularly. Little did I know that I would be over flooded with very useful information on the subject. Because I thought my readers would also benefit, I wanted to share with you what I found, in case you were thinking about launching an eBook of your own. Continue reading
Being one of the most popular of contextual advertising companies on the Web, Google Adsense is viewed as the leader of all contextual advertising networks by many Internet users. However, because of Google’s strict guidelines, tons of webmasters and bloggers alike are getting their accounts suspended without any questions asked or reasons given. In these situations, individuals must look for Google Adsense alternatives for income. However, Google Adsense alternatives that are as good as Adsense aren’t always easy to find. The following is a list of Google Adsense alternatives that are popular today.