Category Archives: Ebooks

You Rich Jerk!

I love the sales letter for this product! Lets get something straight. I am a jerk. I am obnoxious. I am lazy. And I don’t care, because I am filthy RICH. I am much too important to even be sitting here writing this right now. So I’ll keep it short. I make several million dollars…

Jeff Smith’s Ebook Writing System

I like this little blog entry by Jeff Smith pumping this affiliate program. It’s well structured to create the click-through… Notice how it gives a little meat and stirs curiousity? But then again, so does THIS entry! I talk about how to structure your entries in Goldblogging to create those click-throughs, which is critial to…

Ebooks As Lead Generation Device

Here is another affirmation of a point I brought up in my special report “Guerilla Info-Product Creation”… Ebooks make a great lead-in product, allowing you to develop a relationship with a customer and pull them into your marketing funnel. Where you can then sell them higher-end products (physical) and information services, like seminars. [URL: Michael…

All Ebooks Are Profitable

I found an awesome post by Ken Silver over on his forum. It was in answer to this post (excerpt) by a reader named Todd… I would be very grateful if people could share their real-world experiences with being eBook writers, the ups and downs, the money they are making, how many books do you…

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50,000 Words In One Month — Get Cracking!

Unbeknown to me it is NaNoWriMo — or National Novel Writing Month. And the goal is to get as many people as possible to write 50,000 words in 30 days — living on nothing but caffeine. Chris Baty, a freelance writer from Oakland, Calif., with novelist aspirations, devotes the month of November every year to…

Barnes And Noble Pulls The Pin

Barnes and Noble is out of the ebook business deciding to no longer sell electronic editions of books. Although, B&N said in their press release that the decision was because of poor technology and poor sales, you have to wonder. Was it simply a failure on their part to aggressively tackle the ebook segment? Imagine…