9 Key Benefits of Writing a Short eBook

Publishing a high-quality book of any kind is a great thing to do. It showcases your expertise so you can attract people to your list and find new clients. Somehow, putting something in writing – and doing it well – instantly conveys the message that you are knowledgeable, capable and confident in yourself and your topic. If you believe writing a book has to be a time-consuming and slow process, I am here to show you that there is another way, and it’s called an eBook (Kindle, Nook, Kobo or iBook).

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Get Inspired and Write Your Book

It's simple. When you get inspired, you will write your book. Starting a big project like writing a book is challenging. No matter how much we want to do it, sometimes we cannot break through the fears and doubts so we can get started. If you are frustrated by your own procrastinating habits when it comes to getting started with your book, you need to learn how to get inspired so you can finally get started with your book.

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Why you need to reach out with a book

If you want to succeed in business, you need to make your business more visible to more people more often. Specifically you need to reach more of the right people, more often.

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Use your book to generate income for your business

To achieve anything with your book, you need to make sure you plan appropriately from the outset so that you choose the right topic and publish your book in the right format and at the right price. You also need a marketing plan because your book is only one element in a larger marketing strategy.

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How does your book fit within your business

Previously, I listed 10 top tips to help you get back on track with your book. Whether you are grappling with your structure, your topic or your content, these tips will give you some insight into how to solve the problem. Here are the top tips again: Top Tip 1: Get feedback, preferably from a professional editor Top Tip 2: Create a book plan so you know whether you have the right content Top Tip 3: Check the structure works by looking at the contents list Top Tip 4: Check your subject is right for your business and for you as an author Top Tip 5: Work out where this book fits within your business Top Tip 6: Make sure you are clear on your key points Top Tip 7: Create a new writing schedule so you can begin writing regularly again Top Tip 8: Finish writing before you start revising and editing Top Tip 9: Focus your book if you have too much content Top Tip 10: Add more detail if you have too little content Below are the details of the fifth tip on what you can do to get back on track with your book. If you are struggling with your book, it’s possible you need to look at your motivation for writing it in the first place, which means working out where a book fits within your business and getting clear on what it can do for you. Once you have a clear idea of how your book could work for your business you will find it easier to create an overall vision for your book. Top Tip 5: Work out how your book fits within your business If you don’t know where your book fits in your business, it’s easy to think it is a peripheral extra bit of work rather than a product that has the power to...

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Why only a handful of authors make money

If you want to make money from your book, read this article by author and small business internet marketer Kathleen Gage about why many authors don't make money: http://www.transformationalwriters.com/the-1-reason-authors-make-money-kathleen-gage/

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