Profit With ORIGINAL Information eBooks
With the thousands of eBooks that come out in a 12 month period, you'd think it'd be really easy to write one. But, as the creator of several unfinished manual works (all over 50 - 100 pages), I can tell you from experience that it's not. And I'm well-armed with my topics, sub-sections, and major points connected to all ideas involved. The hardest part isn't coming up with an original infomation eBook. It's the completion of the ENTIRE project. Because, the overall project isn't just the eBook produced. There's the salescopy on the salespage that has to be created and polished, as well as the delivery system as well as the promotional structure along with a group of other concerns facing the independant info-product creator in the quest to create a unified project package.
You have no dearth of inspirational source materials as they can be obtained via document repositories (Scribd, et al), file sharing sites, and search engine indexes. With fledgling and established authors only too happy to give away free, targeted content, you have the building blocks of research on many niches of interest. What you want to do is to stick to evergreen niches centering around your interests so you're able to write quickly and authoritatively to publish high-quality material that helps lodge that content in the search engines under your keywords of choice. As well as giving your information eBook traction for search queries, your product will attract the organic traffic that includes many pre-qualified buyers and may help convert an initial one to four percent for your info-product.
Of course you're going to write about subjects close to your heart and interesting enough to you that you could write for days on it, but it's good practice to get out of your comfort zone and write about the not-so-familiar. In fact, it can pay handsomely if you put a decent amount of research into it. But you're cautioned to stay within evergreen niche categories in order to ensure that there's either a large or laser-focused audience surrounding it so you have a fair chance to profit from the creation of of your original information eBook. There's nothing worse than getting halfway through a product generation attempt and then realizing that with some prep research you wouldn't have the makings of a failed, non-starter of a project.