Do you want to write an eBook?
What if you could make it
These techniques have sold 25,000 eBooks for
. What I did, you can do, too.
First, let’s get rid of your excuses.
3 Reasons You Put Off Writing Your Book
You’ve thought about it. You’ll write your book someday. But something is holding you back.
You’re afraid your book will get lost in the
other titles on
You think what you want to write has been written already.
You’ve got zero budget to market it.
If you have felt any of these fears, relax.
I published my first book on Amazon as a totally unknown author. With the techniques I’ll share with you, this book became (and still is) a bestseller.
Everything has been said already. Write your book anyway. Be helpful. Your readers will benefit. Your book won’t be a carbon copy of the rest.
Flat broke? That’s okay. None of these techniques will cost you a dime.
Now let’s get to it.
Five Things You Must Do to Sell Your Book
There’s a lot of great information about turning your book into a bestseller.
The problem is there’s
Here are five winning techniques that will sell your book – no matter what else you do.
Write the Absolute Best Content You Can
With 12 million titles, you have more competition than you can fathom.
Here are three things that will
make your content shine
Make it easy to read.
Explain things in simple terms – so a child can understand. This might bother you, but if your book is hard to read, it won’t sell.
Organize it logically.
Let each chapter serve a bigger purpose. They can be a series of steps, or a collection of related topics.
Make it believable.
Share something new. Then prove it. Tell a story. Use an analogy. Show the data.
Design an Eye Catching Cover
The best place to find excellent cover examples is the bestseller list. What designs do they use? What appeals to you?
If you’ve got a mobile device, there are some great apps to make your cover with. For five bucks, you can use
Adobe Spark Post
You can take a background photo or use a free stock photo. Make your title clear enough to see when it’s thumbnail size. Design several covers and choose the best one.
Write a Catchy Title
Your title has 17 microseconds to capture someone’s attention. It’s got to make a big promise – and fast. What’s the biggest reward your book has to offer?
Here are three of mine:
A subtitle can strengthen your promise. Give them a taste of what’s inside. Sell a better future. Make it so appealing they have to buy now.
Write Your Book Description Like a Copywriter
When your prospect clicks on your eBook to find out more, you want him to buy.
Start with a headline that restates the number one benefit your reader will get:
She can finally get rid of that problem that keeps her up at night.
She’ll learn strategies to help her dominate her market.
She can discover the secrets only the experts know.
Don’t hold back here. Offer solutions. Encourage her to act now and get that better life!
Test Until Everything Works
You may not hit a home run the first time at bat. That’s okay. In this digital world, you can change your offering every day if you want.
Test your title, your cover, your keywords, your price, and your description. Just don’t do it all at the same time. Little adjustments can make a big difference.
Now You’ve Got a Bestseller
You’ve put in the work. You’ve got a book people love. What opportunities does that create for you?
As a bestselling author, people will see you as an expert.
When your book sells every day, you’ll have a steady stream of passive income.
You can make offers inside your book – and get paid for it! Here are some examples:
Offer a free eBook in exchange for someone’s email address.
Invite readers to visit and subscribe to your YouTube channel.
Ask them to visit your website for more great resources.
Isn’t that a great way to spread your message, grow your list, and market yourself as a trusted authority?
With this five-part system, your eBooks can make your biggest dreams come true.
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