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Why eBooks Are The Most Overlooked Path To Online Prosperity
The ebook revolution is here! The Internet now makes it possible to come up with an idea, turn it into an ebook, distribute it over the Internet, and start making money - all in 30 days or less. More ...

Self Publish Your Own Products
I discovered that a good method to make money on the Internet is to self publish my own products. Collect information about a specific topic that you like or that you know a lot about and write a short e-book. More ...

Structuring Your Ebook
Got a great idea for an ebook but don't know how to start writing it? Find the book's structure, and it will (almost) write itself. Having the structure in place makes a book easy to write. Writing a book without a structure is like trying to build a house without a blueprint. More ...

How to Market an EBook - Tips and Suggestions
If you love writing, one thing that you can do is write an eBook. You can actually put that passion into something profitable by learning how to market your eBook. More ...

How to Research Your Electronic Information Product
Start your research by gathering information resources. These may be books, periodicals, information from Web sites, even other peoples electronic information products. The amount of research material that you need depends upon the size of your project. For a typical ebook product, you should start with the equivalent of at least two books. Next, study those materials. More ...

Seven Strategies for Finding Best-Seller Ebook Ideas
One of the biggest difficulties facing people who are getting into the ebook business for the first time is finding the right subject ideas for their ebooks. It's important that there's a market for the book. It's also important that you stick to the things you know, the things that interest you or the things you would enjoy researching. More ...

E-Book Publishing Checklist
You can write an e-book about anything! As long as people are willing to pay for that information, it will sell. It is also a great way to self-publish fiction without spending a fortune on print publishing. More ...

Choosing an eBook Compiler
You've written and revised your ebook, hired an artist who has produced outstanding graphics, and now you're ready to actually put together your ebook. What you need to make an ebook is software called an ebook Compiler. More ...

How to publish for the Barnes and Noble Nook eBook Reader
Barnes and Noble the biggest brick and mortar book store is also the second largest seller of eBooks. This article shows you how to publish for the Barnes and Noble Nook eBook reader. More ...

Repackage Public Domain Government Material into Saleable Information Products
If you've heard of the possibility of creating an information product using copyright-free government material, you may be unsure of the potential to get users to pay for something that you accessed without charge. Here are answers to the questions you may have, along with examples to get your creative juices flowing. More ...

Turning Your Experiences into Profit-Producing eBooks
You may not believe it, but you already have a pot-of-gold within your reach right now - sitting, waiting to be turned into products you can sell online. By packaging your experiences and stories into digital ebooks you have the foundation for a very profitable small venture. More ...

Selling Your eBook Through Your Own Website
Even though you have your ebook is listed on amazon and Barnes and Noble, you may want to also sell it through your own website. There are three main reasons why you should setup your own website. More ...

Book Promotion and Marketing
Books do not market themselves, nor do agents and publishers do all the work for you. This article talks about methods you can use to promote your book. Most of these approaches are free, except for your time. More ...

Where Can I Publish My Book?
"If you write without getting published, then there is no use in writing at all" Those are words of wisdom from someone who wants you to seriously consider publishing your book. But before you really do so, you will do well to consider these questions. More ...