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The Ultimate Guide to Publishing Your eBook on Amazon’s Kindle Platform

The Ultimate Guide to Publishing Your eBook on Amazon’s Kindle Platform

How to Write Your First eBook (with Examples) User Reviewed Three Parts:eBook HelpWriting Your eBookPublishing Your eBookCommunity Q&A Whether you have useful advice to sell, or just want your voice to be heard, putting your words in an eBook (electronic book) and selling virtual copies of it online is an effective, low-cost way to self-publish. Read the steps in this guide to complete and successfully publish your first eBook. Ad Steps Part 1 Writing Your eBook <img alt="Image titled Write Your First eBook Step 1" src=" width="728" height="485" class="whcdn">1Come up with an idea. eBooks are no different from any other type of book except in their medium of publication, so the most important first step to writing one is to decide on, and develop, an idea for one. Part 2 Publishing Your eBook Tips Make backups of all your work. Article Info Categories: Web Writing and eBooks In other languages:

The Smartest Strategy For Selling Your Ebook - A Product Launch 7 Things You Should Know About Projecting from Mobile Devices Emerging technologies allow users to connect to classroom projection systems from mobile devices, including tablets and some smartphones. Such tools can change the character of interaction in the classroom by allowing multiple users to easily access the projector and by enabling projection of mobile-device features such as free-hand drawing. Freeing an instructor or student presenters from a lectern or other fixed projection station can increase engagement and collaboration in an educational setting. The "7 Things You Should Know About..." series from the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI) provides concise information on emerging learning technologies. Each brief focuses on a single technology and describes what it is, where it is going, and why it matters to teaching and learning. In addition to the "7 Things You Should Know About…" briefs, you may find other ELI resources useful in addressing teaching, learning, and technology issues at your institution.

What Godin gets wrong | Joel J. Miller American entrepreneur, author and public speaker Seth Godin (photo by Joi Ito, Wikimedia Commons) Seth Godin’s announcement about abandoning traditional publishing ruffled a lot of plumage this week, for good reason. Publishing is navigating through disruptions and difficulties that make industry players fearful about the future. But Godin has misapprehended a few things. I like the people [in publishing], but I can’t abide the long wait, the filters, the big push at launch, the nudging to get people to go to a store they don’t usually visit to buy something they don’t usually buy, to get them to pay for an idea in a form that’s hard to spread. . . . My jaw dropped. If I’m Dante, I just landed in the wrong poem. Reality is of course somewhere in between. The second misapprehension is that books are a clunky way to deliver and spread ideas. Literature is like running. A third misapprehension is not Godin’s fault.

14 Successful Ebook Authors Reveal How To Write Ebooks That Sell I’m excited to share with you the ideas and wisdom of 14 successful ebook authors. So excited in fact that I made an infographic to go along with it. Yes, the adivce you’ll find here is THAT good! I suggest you take notes. When I started this ebook project, I was just going to write all the lessons on my own, but I realized that there are a ton of people who have successfully wrote and sold ebooks. These peoeple have gone through the research part of ebook creation. We have a lot to learn from them and, fortunately for us, they were kind enough to offer their advice. …and these people have gotten great results. 14 Invaluable Tips For Writing Ebooks That Sell 1. “Take the time to survey your core audience to ensure your book meets their needs. Prior to writing my eBook, I used my email list to survey my subscribers. 2. “Ask your audience what type of ebook they would like before writing one word of your ebook. Another thing is, make your ebook look fantastic. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. “Don’t wait. 8.

Write, Publish, and Market Your Ebook: Free Step-by-Step Tutorial You’re going to have to devote lots of time to marketing your ebook: it doesn’t matter how good your ebook is, it will not sell itself. Just as you devoted time and effort to planning and writing your ebook, you need to devote time and effort to creating a comprehensive marketing plan. Here are twenty ways to market/promote your ebook: 1. If you would like more information on how to effectively pre-sell your ebook, Dave Navarro and Naomi Dunford have an ebook titled “How to Launch the **** Out of Your Ebook”. 2. In addition, your landing page should also direct your prospects to take action. For a great series of tutorials on how to create killer landing pages, click here. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. I published the introduction to my ebook in the landing page, and I also published an excerpt that did not make it into the ebook because of length considerations. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.

Use PowerPoint's laser pointer to catch attention and add excitement Use PowerPoint's cool laser pointer feature to simulate a laser pointer during a PowerPoint presentation. Beginning with PowerPoint 2010, you can turn your mouse pointer into a laser pointer. It's an eye-catching feature that can add a bit of visual appeal to a specific slide or your entire presentation. To turn on the laser pointer, do the following: Start the show. In the following figure, you can see the laser pointer (the red dot) on the far-right bar. To change the color to green or blue, do the following: Click the Slide Show tab.In the Set Up group, click the Set Up Slide Show option.In the resulting dialog, choose a new color from the Laser Pointer dropdown in the Show Options section.Click OK. PowerPoint will display the laser pointer in the selected color until you change it again.

A Place and A Time « Life of Lana Sitting at Starbucks there is so much material to write about it’s hard to know where to begin. The cast of characters is rich and diverse. The conversations floating in the air are kept at a level that the challenge isn’t to hear them but to shut them out long enough to form your own thoughts. It never ceases to amaze me the personal conversations that people hold in public places. There is a common thread that ties them all together. With the departure of the grief group other conversations are easier to make out. And here I sit at the table in the corner watching but not impacting, part of it all but not. Thank you people of Starbucks. Like this: Like Loading...

6 Steps to Writing and Selling Your E-book E-books are a good way to earn extra money. The great thing is, as a designer or developer, you’ll also have your existing expertise and knowledge to look to in order to come up with a viable e-book topic, and many of the skills you already possess will make the e-book production process easier. You have to know (or learn) quite a lot about online marketing in order to successfully pull it off, though. In this short guide, I will outline a fundamental strategy for writing and selling an e-book, breaking it down in only 6 steps. But first, for inspiration, let’s look at a few examples of web designers and web developers who have produced income from e-books. Can You Generate Income by Writing E-books? You might already know that some web designers and web developers are making thousands of dollars online with their e-books. Examples: You can read more e-book success stories here: Web Designers Making Thousands of Dollars in Passive Income. Step 1: Pick a Problem to Solve Make an Outline Why?