Everyone is creating an eBook these days, right? Not that It's not a bad thing to create an eBook! Creating eBooks can be a great part of your marketing strategy. Maybe you're thinking about creating one, but you don't know where to start.
Do some research on your target market.
Who are they? What do they struggle with? Get really specific here. If you know your target market is female entrepreneurs who are also mom's, you can zone in on how to help them specifically. You know their pain points, and that will help you create a better product, and better copy
Choose a topic that will show your expertise.
I'm a graphic and web designer, so that's what I blog about, and that's what my products are about. I won't be creating products about gardening, or how to run a brick-and-mortar store. Talking about too many topics, especially those that aren't related to what you, just waters down your brand.
Provide value to your audience.
You want to get a ton of shares, or buyers? Create something that people need, and that provides value. Whatever you create, make sure it will really help the person. Create something that will enable them to really take action.
But, how do you create an eBook that looks good?
Even the greatest ideas get lost without visuals. Would you rather read a Word document in Times New Roman, or a professionally designed PDF?
You won’t have to spend hours to make it shine.
You won’t even have to spend thousands -- or hundreds of dollars.
All you need is some REAL help that will make your eBook shine as bright as you do. No more wondering how to get everything situated in your eBook. No more showing clients an amateur PDF.
This free eBook will walk you through designing your next ebook like a professional! I'll walk teach you about branding your book, fonts to use or not use, tips for choosing a color palette, laying out the book, and choosing the right graphics for YOU.
This is great for you if: You have no idea how to design, you’ve had your eBook idea for awhile, but the thought of making changes to it stresses you out, and you want to get more clients through your website, and you have (at least) a working knowledge of a design program - Canva, Illustrator, InDesign, Publisher, etc.