Quickly add a feedback form inside your ebook. You readers respond, and you get their answers instantly.
Mesmerize your readers with interactive visuals that keep your readers coming back for more. Continue Reading
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In this article, we’re comparing two high ranking interactive ebook authoring software: iBooks Author and Kotobee Author. Our goal is to help you find the best solution for your ebook. Though we all love Kotobee, we also love being unbiased with facts. We will list the points that each excel at, as well as provide you with comparison tables for specifications and features. Continue Reading
Writing an ebook can be the tipping point that’ll turn your entire writing career around. While it might not seem like much, ebooks open new markets for you to help spread your writing and get your name out there. But as simple as it may seem, there’s a lot that should be considered and done for your ebook to have the kind of impact you’re hoping for.
Which is why I’ve brought you 10 sure-fire tips to write a great ebook.
You’re writing an ebook and your mind is buzzing with all tasks that lay before you. Adding audiobooks to the list may not be on your mind, but making audiobooks is easy, profitable and good business sense.
Audiobook sales in 2017 were estimated to be around $2.5 billion and growing. Don’t worry if you don’t know much about audiobooks and how to go about converting and marketing your own, we’ve got you covered in this article, so keep on reading! Continue Reading
Believe it or not, marketing your ebook might be as important, if not more important, than writing it in the first place. How? Well, think about it, self-publishing has made creating ebooks a piece of cake. For readers, finding a good ebook is like finding a needle in a haystack. What’s the use of writing an ebook if no one gets to read it? That’s where marketing comes in.
Good marketing means readers will hear about your ebook and want to buy it. Which is why we’re bringing you 5 of the most common marketing mistakes writers make and how to right those mistakes.
If Mark Twain were alive now, he’d be dancing in the streets. Well, maybe not quite. But he definitely wouldn’t have had to establish his own publishing house, just to get his books out his way. One hundred years later and self-publishing is finally commonplace. You can have full control over every step in the publishing process, from start to finish. Now, we’ve even gotten to the point where you can do it yourself and still get a lot of help along the way.
We’ll give you a run-through of what self-publishing means, what it entails, and how it works. Are you ready? Continue Reading
The terms “self-publishing” and “independent publishing” often get confused. If that happened to you before, we don’t blame you — surely if you do something by yourself, you’re independent, right? Not in publishing.
The two types of publishing actually have quite a few differences, so much so, that they are considered completely different things. This can make the whole self/independent publishing mission for authors quite complicated.
We want to highlight the differences, this way authors can make more informed decisions about their own book. Continue Reading