How To Sell Your Book As A Digital Product
A common question among writers is how to sell their book digitally. You can find out if your book might sell well as a digital product: 1. If your book only costs $2, is that a good deal to you? 2. If your book is longer than 100,000 words, would the reader be willing to pay for access to the whole thing? 3. Is there room on your digital product for features like photo-to-text, or video with voiceover? 4. Do you want the reader to be able to add notes, or highlight?
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The answer is of course: For the right book, you will know. You might ask yourself: Is this a memoir? Is this a guide to parenting? A children’s story? A teenage romance?
You will know.
I want to be rich and famous in 5 years
I have a friend who wants to be rich and famous in 5 years. She says she can do it. I’m not so sure, but I’m going to tell her how. She wants to be rich and famous in 5 years because she’s afraid that if she doesn’t get ’em by then, it’ll be too late! And I’m going to tell her how to get ’em in 5 years, for the cost of a book.
I’ll make it simple, so that when she asks me, “How do I go about getting rich and famous in 5 years?” I can just say, “Buy this book.”
How can I promote my product?
If you have a physical product, you can use the free promotional tools I describe in this article to market it. If you don’t have a physical product, what are your marketing options? I’ll give a few suggestions: 1. Advertising (a lot) – You can’t get rich doing this! 2. Blogging about your product – You’ll need a great and original blog to be taken seriously by the bloggers who can generate web traffic to your site. (Here are my tips for blogging.) 3. Getting featured on Google – Websites like TechCrunch and Wired are the best way to get your product noticed. Start by contacting me if you want to be added here; I’ll help you get noticed. 4. Getting reviewed in publications – I’m a newspaper columnist and my column about books is syndicated to the national newspapers. Starring on the front page of a national newspaper is an impressively good promotion for your book! (Here’s my list of places where you can be reviewed.) 5. Sponsoring a product review show on a network – I’ve been invited to be a guest on The Screen Savers, and on the same network, I’ve been interviewed about books. Still in its infancy here, sponsorship seems like the next best promotion for products that aren’t physical. 6. Generating traffic through affiliate book sales – With my Web site and your product affiliate ID, you know exactly where to send the commission from a sale that you make. Why wait? 7. Direct sales through your website – Add a “shopping cart” to your site and you can make the sale yourself. I’ll explain how to do this with free software and how to track the results. 8. And finally, you can hire someone to promote your product. I’ve done this for others in exchange for equity in their business (I recommend doing equity deals when possible).
How To Make Money Online Fast With Your Book
If you’ve written a book, you can make money online fast with your book. Here’s how to find people who want to buy your product. For a physical product, go to Amazon and look for your product and the word “reviews” in the search box. Look through all the pages of reviews. (Note: if you don’t see your product on Amazon, you can find it here.) Just copy the first review and send it to this person: [email protected] – You will get paid a minimum of $500 up to 100,000 dollars.
If there are no reviews for your book, you can use paperback book sales from amazon.com or from other large online booksellers to sell short runs of your book. For example: if you have a 1,000 copy run in paperback and it costs $10.00 each for a copy printed and shipped to you, then sell the copies as individual books on Amazon or other online bookseller sites at $1.00 each. If you have a very short run, like one copy that you hand-make, and it’s an even smaller amount of money ($1.00) then print it on the front cover and back cover of an old paperback book that you have sitting around.
Or you could put your book on a website for free and sell advertising to help pay the costs of keeping the site online. Then you can start a blog on the site and write other articles on the site to generate more traffic until you get enough people interested in your book, who become customers.