Is it difficult to make an eBook?
As more people switch to smart phones and reading devices, eBook is now prettily high in demand. You may find that there are various ways or steps to create your own eBook but all of that arrives on a single, particular result or just the same output. So don’t be bothered if you find everything in here different than the other because it’ll just depend on how you’d like it to be done and what it looks like when done. Here you’ll be guided through several steps onto creating may not be the first but your very own eBook. Try to read Ebupor WordMate Review for further assistance and ideas.
Research your target audience and topic
This very first step will directly guide you to the next one. Deciding for your target audience means setting for the range of readers who’ll be able to understand your content and who’ll be wanting to read it in the first place. Also, choose a very relevant topic that would really catch your target audience’s attention. Try to choose topics that you’ll be going to love to write even for the next five years, like writing another content to supplement the first one. The best eBooks are the ones that have personalized angle attached to it as it adds authority which is very essential to any articles or blog contents throughout the web.
Choose a right editing program
There are many programs that allow you to write your book the way you want either with graphic illustrations, newsletters or slide shows but many prefer to use Microsoft Word not just because of its accessible tools but also it allows the writer to see his future output even if it’s still not printed out yet.
Write and format your eBook
Don’t pick a title that is too broad to a point that it will lose your reader’s concentration and end up getting confused and neither the narrow one that could limit your ideas to be inputted. Specific titles always work best in generating leads for your sales team.
The introduction to your eBook should promote the contents and draw the readers in, while its chapters should flow connectively from one chapter to another. Write what is needed as it does not necessitate to be lengthy just to effectively educate your readers about your chosen topic.
Adding some quotes or a visual within your design will surely get your eBook pretty crowded over time but be sure to use those that are related to your topic and would add value to the content and be sure to keep all your content and designed elements within the same margins and spacing at all times.
Proofread your eBook
Break down each chapter as you write using keywords in the title that emphasizes the value of your proposition. You could make use of the bullet points or Roman numerals to arranged it orderly, keeping your format consistent to establish natural transitions between each chapter so that your readers could feel the sequence of your contents.
Add images, graphics and create the cover art
Use the right combination of colors and designs that complement to your writing and which is also related to your topic. The concept is also a great challenge for readers to understand its hidden meaning in a visual way.
Create a dedicated landing page for your eBook
A landing page is a web page that details your proposition and serves as a gateway to access your eBook, either by downloading it, via a form requesting for the visitors’ contact information.
Convert it into a PDF and upload to your designated location
Assuming that you’ve now finished writing your eBook, convert it to the right file type so it becomes transferable and accessible to your recipient. Just by clicking the ‘File’ option found on the upper left side of the corner, click ‘Save As’ and under the ‘File Format’, select PDF and select a destination on your computer for this new file.
And just like that, you will be now provided with a destination URL you could use to promote your eBook across your marketing channels, converting people into customers and opportunities for your business.