December 27, 2014
Hi FBK here.
I have written, co-written and ghostwritten hundreds of eBooks. The books I’ve written have become hot new releases and best sellers in their categories. I’ve written the majority of the books in less than two weeks. They are short, sweet, and cheap – affordably priced between $1 and $3.
I reject the notion that quality information has to be expensive or one million boring pages filled with fluff. Fluff is an unwanted gift, isn’t it?
I pride myself on writing useful and compelling content that inspires the reader to take action: pursue a dream, learn something new, start a business and pursue their entrepreneurial dreams.
Over the next 10 days I am going to write a book titled How to write a nonfiction eBook fast (how to write and publish your eBook in less than 10 days).
My goal is that the book will be between 10 to 20 thousand words. Today I will write the chapter tentatively titled “Market Before You Write.”
What I would do differently with each of my books is that I would – you guessed it – market before writing one word.
Marketing is the most powerful step you can take towards promoting your book. The sooner you start promoting your book, the better it has for a chance to be successful.
Tips to market
Start a blog
Create an online presence (social media)
Keep an offline presence (book fairs, local writing clubs, and classes)
Build brand ambassadors
Do you have tips on how to market your book before you write one word? If so, share in the comments below.