More Ebook Myths & Facts
Earlier we explored the three most prevalent myths about creating ebooks.
Before you get too far into the process, let’s dispel a few more.
Ebook Myth #1 A lot of graphics will make my book look professional.
Fact – Graphics, when they serve a purpose, can help your reader understand the material when clarity is important. However, graphics for the sake of graphics only confuses your reader, distracts them and uses up ink in their printer. Not cool!
Ebook Myth #2 If I don’t charge much for my book, I’ll sell more.
Fact – Pricing your product right is important and it’s often a balancing act. If you price your book too cheaply that’s exactly what prospects will think, it’s cheap and not worth much to them. In short, they won’t buy it. Price it too expensively and you run the risk of alienating prospects who can’t or don’t want to afford it.
Research the market to find out what others in your industry are charging and test your price.
Ebook Myth #3 I can’t write a book
Fact – If you can talk, you can write. Honest! Books that are written conversationally sell better than those that aren’t. And you can certainly talk about your topic, right?
And conversational writing is so easy you’ll have your book written in just a few days if you follow a proven process.
Understanding these myths and realities can be the difference between a successful book and one that doesn’t meet it’s goals. Want to learn more about turning your upcoming or existing ebook into a buyers magnet? Check out this report.
Here’s To Your Success
~ Kim ~