Does this whole marketing thing seem a bit daunting?
It can be a bit overwhelming.
There are so many things to do it can seem like there is no point starting…and that might be the right way to go.
Making money writing ebooks is a numbers game.
You can write one ebook in a week, spend months or years marketing the hell out of it, and try to make $10,000 per month.
Or, you can do what Steve Scott does, and write 20 ebooks each making $500 per month.
He’s still got his blog, Facebook page, and Twitter profile, but, beyond that, there isn’t much marketing.
Write and edit the book. Design a cover. Get your friends, family, and whatever followers you have to write a review and then publish.
Wash, rinse, repeat!
Once you have your name out there for one good book, it becomes easier to sell another. And another. And another.
- On Writing Well by William Zinsser
- Bird by Bird by Anne Lamott
- How to Write a Non-Fiction Book in 21 Days – That Readers Will LOVE by Steve Scott
- Step-by-Step Guide For Selling Your Book Through Amazon
- How to Increase Your Amazon Kindle Book Sales by 600% in a Week
- The Snowflake Method for Designing A Novel
- How to Get an eBook to #1 on Amazon
- 21 Dumb Mistakes to Avoid When Writing Your First eBook
Writing an ebook seems daunting, but all the barriers are gone.
No one is telling you how long it needs to be, what you need to write about, or even what the title should be.
All you need is the desire and discipline to do it.
Our American expats took the research they already did and turned it into a nice little monthly passive income.
There is something you have knowledge on which can turn into a few thousand words that someone is willing to pay for.
Have you made money writing ebooks? Any tips or recommendations?