How Anyone Can Write and Sell eBooks in Nine Simple Steps
If you want to learn how to write an eBook, you have stumbled upon a great article that
will show you exactly how I wrote 40-plus eBooks quickly.
Without any hype or fancy words, here is the best way that I can tell you the nine simple
steps to writing eBooks quickly so you can profit from your knowledge through a home-based business.
Introducing The nine Simple Steps to Writing an eBook in Record Time
1. Pick an Easy Topic
What is an easy topic? An easy topic is something you already know like the back of
your hand as the cliché goes. You want a topic that you are passionate about and know
enough about to write an entire eBook on.
I know that sound like I am being sarcastic, but a lot of first-time eBook writers will
try and write an eBook on a topic they know little to nothing about. Do not fall into this
trap. Stick with something you love and know and the process will be that much smoother.
2. Do Some Quick Research
Notice I said "quick" and not extensive. The point is that you should do some quick
research into your topic, print out some articles or pull some books from your bookshelf
or borrow some from the library.
Do not buy books at Amazon.com and wait days to get them. You want to do quick and fast
research on your topic.
3. Organize Your Top Tips
With your research in front of you, take out a pad and pen and start writing out the
top things for your topic. This becomes the outline for your eBook and it is the most
important step. I will tell you why in a moment.
How does it work? It is easy enough to follow. For instance, if you want to write an
eBook about working out, you might have a tip or key topic on: getting ready to work out,
work out basics, stretching, lifting weights, cardio, easy diet tips, warming down, your
favorite exercises, etc.
Then what you do is you list out the tips in order that your reader would do them.
Using our working out example, maybe this would be your list of tips:
• Work Out Basics
• Lifting Weights
• Importance of Cardio
• My Favorite Exercises
• Warming Down
• Eating Right - Easy Diet Tips to Follow
You get the point. The idea is to lead the reader through the process of doing the
activity or solving the problem you are writing about.
Under each of the main topics, you need to create sub-topics that go deeper into the
topic. For instance, Lifting Weights might have the sub-topics - dumbbell exercises, bar
exercises, Nautilus equipment, etc, etc. The more sub-topics, the better and here is why...