One of the best and most helpful descriptions of the ebook writing process i’ve read. but could you offer a tip or two on the step that’s often the most difficult, especially for people who don’t have a large blog following or email list: how do you promote your ebook? (how do you drive traffic to it?) even to give away the freebie, you need to get your offer out there in front of lots of people. do you use ppc advertising or some other method? thanks again for the great article!I once bought a pair of boots in a market stall from a man who was blind for an entire week after a golf ball hit him on the back of the head. he told me how up until then, he’d led a selfish and reckless life, causing much grief to those around him. his voice filled with emotion when he told me how he will never take anything for granted again, and about the unshakably deep respect he now has for blind people and how he can’t do enough for them.The one thing that is really difficult about ebooks is the actual writing part. i don’t think it’s really possible to write an ebook in 14 days and get it online. it’s just too much work in such a short period of time. i’ve been working on my ebook for just over 2 months now, and i plan on having it edited by multiple people within the next 2 months as well. 14 days really isn’t enough time to ensure that the quality of the ebook is high enough.For instance, if you target the diy pc market (those people who like to put their own pcs together and talk about ‘the old days’ when the entry-level ram was 32 mb) you’ll probably find that most of these people are not big spenders. they go to computer fairs and buy used hardware and trade parts with each other because part of the thrill is building a pc from any bits you can get your hands on (ahem, i did this for years, so i write from experience).
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