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Profit From Sharing Your Stories When You Publish Ebooks Through Amazon and B&N [NOOK Book]

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Learn in 3 easy steps how to profit more and sooner from your short stories and articles when you publish ebooks directly through Amazon and Barnes & Noble. The most profitable publishing option for authors in the digital age is ebooks—ebooks are the expanding future for folks to express their written words and so much more that can be depicted digitally and then the content can instantly be transmitted globally with a click of the buy ...
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Profit From Sharing Your Stories When You Publish Ebooks Through Amazon and B&N

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Overview

Learn in 3 easy steps how to profit more and sooner from your short stories and articles when you publish ebooks directly through Amazon and Barnes & Noble. The most profitable publishing option for authors in the digital age is ebooks—ebooks are the expanding future for folks to express their written words and so much more that can be depicted digitally and then the content can instantly be transmitted globally with a click of the buy button.

Part one is as simple as the A, B, and Cs of writing compelling stories and informative articles; staying focused on topic; ending the plague of the rewriting curse; concluding the story with style; working with copyeditors; and lots more. Content rules, and ‘tis authors conjured wordsmithing magic that creates the content.

Part two is about how to avoid publishing money pits that will drain off authors’ profits; understanding the critical breakeven point; the role of the newly empowered author; profitable ebook pricing suggestions—sometimes less is more; and how to profit in the Digital Age of Publishing.

Part three is all about getting exposure for your ebook; making the most of keywords that search engines look for; generating the buzz that sells your ebook; priceless front window ebook displays; ebook dedicated websites; affordable promotional material for ebooks; and what to do when your ebook sales are slow and low. Many authors will agree that writing the content was the easy part, putting together successful efforts to promote their books is definitely the more challenging aspect for authors—the content of this books will help authors to master these marketing challenges and sell more books.

Bonus Chapter with easy to follow steps to format your ebook yourself and save time and money.

This ebook content will benefit both established authors and evolving first time authors by explaining how to make ebook publishing a more profitable and fun experience. John Franklin, AKA John F. Harnish, has over five decades of experience in the publishing industry, teaching marketing and creative writing in the academic community, and working as a marketing consultant for several of the top Dow-Jones one hundred corporations. Prior to his recent retirement, John was a senior executive with one of the leading digital publishers for over 12 years. He has been published by traditional houses, but more recently he has published 18 ebooks that are sold through Amazon and B&N.

Approximately 33,300 words at the affordable price of $3.00—and worth every penny!!!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013007321
  • Publisher: CREATUS
  • Publication date: 9/6/2011
  • Series: Ebooks About Ebooks , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 162 KB

Meet the Author

John Franklin is the pen name of a rather infamous and prolific author with more than a dozen and half popular books to his credit and numerous magazine pieces written throughout his publishing career that now span well over five decades and thankfully continues on. He has been a freelance contributor of articulate nonfiction articles and compelling lead feature stories that have been published in a variety of popular monthly print magazines and ezines. John’s unique storytelling style is often referred to as simply unexpected springboards of laugh-out-loud humor, blended with enhanced perspectives on real life’s dilemmas ripe for twists and turns frequently found only in thriller style mysteries, colored with insightful realism from a wide range of life experience. Regardless of the topic, folks are certain to find Franklin’s stories to be an enjoyable, humorous, and an informative read.
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