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Self Publishing with the Internet has crushed the traditional book industry.
eBook purchases have surpassed the printed books, and this is only the beginning of something HUGE.
The Sky's The Limit $$$
Amanda Hocking - Made millions by self publishing online
John Locke - Self publishing writer becomes millionaire
USA Today - People Everywhere Are Finding eBook Successes
Information products are becoming something much more than just an eBook, they're evolving into interactive learning vehicles.
No longer are they just passive forms of information, and this makes
them a lot more valuable and desired.
You can easily create your eBook, and sell it through your own online store.
Benefits To Having An eBook
Aside from your eBook making you money...
1. It's a great way to position yourself as an authority in your marketplace.
2. You can use it as a lure to generate sales leads or paid referrals.
3. It can be used to provide added value to the sale of a product or service.
4. You can give it away as a means of generating traffic to your website.
5. You can give it away as a means to capturing people's names and email addresses or for joining your membership program.
Selling Your Own Book Online
Your website has it's own eBook templates where you simply type in your content.
You can then add it to your online store. When a purchase is made using either PayPal or your own credit card merchant account, the purchaser is automatically emailed a link to click on to download your book.
You can also sell soft cover books on your own store using a white label companies which prints your book, ships it, and takes payment for you. You simply receive a check in the mail.
eBooks that sell well are 'How To' eBooks. People have made a fortune uploading 'How To' eBooks readers like Kindle.
A rule of thumb is to keep the book just under 100 pages and sell it for under $10. Many 'How To' eBooks are priced at $8.95.
eBooks are gaining some serious ground in sales, and are even being recognized by the New York Times Book Reviews.
It just goes to show that if you've got an awesome manuscript, you don't have to wait for a publisher to pick it up.
You can self publish on digital formats with limited to no investment. You can get your eBooks on Kindles, Nooks, iPads, and mobile devices around the world.
Amazon How to sell on Amazon.
Kindle How to sell on Kindle.