Tips on Making Your Own Food or Health e-book
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I've written a fair few e-books, and I've also collaborated with other bloggers on community e-books, and it occurred to me that I had all this experience in my head that could be better off out of my head helping other people. Because you don't need to spend hours searching how to do something on the internet when I've done that for you over the last 10 years. Right?
If you're thinking about creating an e-book for yourself, for a gift or for your audience - then read on.
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Why create an ebook in the first place?
E-books are great. To start with they're still popular (I created my first one around eight years ago and they're still going strong). They're downloadable instantly and you can read them on anything you can read a pdf file on - a phone, computer, tablet - even a Kindle. You don't need any fancy software or monthly subscriptions to store and read them, and they're cost effective for you and for the customer.
They're usually cheaper than actual paperback books, and there are no upfront costs or minimum order runs like there can be in publishing physical copies. You can make an e-book about anything you feel you're an expert in: health, food, recipes, spices, exercise, plumbing, watercolour painting, architecture... the list is endless.
You can choose whether to give e-books as gifts to your subscribers for free, or sell them on an online shop. It's simple. Seriously simple.
Onto the tips...