I'm a former member of the Radio Television News Directors Association and during the last 30 years I've written news stories, sports stories, stories for children, puzzles, and plays for puppets. Many of my ebooks are color picture books for children, and include printable black and white pictures at the end of a story. Please visit my blog for the latest information on my ebooks, and any updates or changes or comments. Ted. PS: Please help stop cruelty to animals and support your favorite humane society or organization.
The Backward Approach to Ebook Successby Ted Summerfield
This ebook describes what mistakes to avoid when first starting out as a self-publisher of ebooks and which steps to take to increase your likelihood for success. Inside are important do’s and don’ts on marketing ebooks, pricing ebooks, and using social networks. It also provides valuable sales and genre data, and demonstrates how using the personal
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This ebook describes what mistakes to avoid when first starting out as a self-publisher of ebooks and which steps to take to increase your likelihood for success. Inside are important do’s and don’ts on marketing ebooks, pricing ebooks, and using social networks. It also provides valuable sales and genre data, and demonstrates how using the personal knowledge and experiences described in this ebook will improve your foray into the world of self-publishing. This ebook uses personal experiences of the author in the ebook business, both good and bad, and shows new authors what to avoid and what to strive for. A valuable addition to your ebook collection.
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While reading this ebook, I had in the back of my mind the fact that I was going to give it a two-star rating. It contained some useful information, but nothing I didn't already know. I felt that the author had a bit of a chip on his shoulder while writing it, and I didn't understand the title. It got better! Basically, he is saying that you need to build your brand first, offer up some stuff for free, get people to know you, and then only consider publishing your first book for a fee. It's got some useful links to surveys and the terms and conditions of the various online ebook retailer sites, with explanations of how to interpret them. Ted Summerfield speaks candidly about his experiences with publishing and selling his ebooks, and building his brand. He sets expectations for aspiring authors looking to make their millions overnight, and offers a fine introduction into the world in which we're all still exploring. It's not a great read, but it's not terrible either. I have to say, I liked it!