How to Turn the Book You've Never
Written into Gold …
I can tell you something about yourself right now without really knowing you.
You want to write a book. Well, more precisely, you want to write a book and have it published.
The reason I know you’d love to have a book published is this: According to Forbes, 80% of all Americans want to write a book. (And I’m one of them).
Think about it. Having a book published can be a great source of pride in your life. But far more important, a published book can provide a passive income stream that enriches your life for a long time.
Is it really just a dream?
The trouble with this dream is that it’s almost impossible to get published the traditional way. The most quoted figure I found is that only 2% of manuscripts submitted to publishers get picked up and published. 2%. Those odds aren’t very good.
… unless you know the secrets and strategies of one of the best known and most successful copywriters working today.
That copywriter is Bob Bly. Bob knows just about everything there is to know about publishing the traditional way. After all, he’s the author of over 80 traditionally published books.
But Bob discovered a much easier and much more profitable way to get published than relying on brick and mortar publishers.
His strategies give you access to the fastest growing niche in publishing today. In the first quarter of 2012, sales in this niche surpassed sales of traditionally published hardbacks for the first time – wracking up over $282 million dollars in sales compared to $230 million dollars for traditional hardbacks. That’s a difference of over 22%.
Not only will this figure increase yearly from now on, but a big chunk of this money was made by first timers who’d never published a book. First timers like you.
Almost unlimited profit at a tiny cost …
You may have guessed by now that I’m talking about e-books.
Here’s something even more impressive to me than overall sales numbers: The profit margin on e-books is huge compared with traditional publishing.
Take Bob’s experience for example. His first e-book venture earned gross revenues of $40,439 … for an initial investment of only $175!
You probably think Bob’s first e-book was wildly successful to make this kind of money. Not at all. To date, this book has sold 1,281 copies – a good, solid number of sales – but hardly a runaway bestseller.
It works this way because with a small initial investment, e-books turn a profit quickly. In fact, your profit margin is almost 100%! With so little overhead (if any), that profit becomes a steady passive income stream.
You can see why Bob calls e-books …
“The perfect information product to sell on the Internet” …
Here are other reasons I’m going to be writing an e-book very soon (and not just one!) and reasons you should, too.
There are no printing costs. If you choose to self-publish the traditional way, your initial costs for a small run of 3,000 books can exceed $9,000.
E-book publishing is quick, easy, and virtually foolproof. If a typo accidentally slips in to your first version, you can correct it with zero cost or hassle. You can’t do that with traditional books.
Many buyers now selectively purchase e-books. I’m one of them. As I’ve gotten older, I prefer e-books since I can enlarge the print to suit my needs. E-books are good friends for us older readers. Plus, I can take 10, 20, 50 books on trips in less space than one printed book takes up. Because of this convenience, e-books have a higher perceived value than traditional books. This means that readers will gladly pay a premium for your content.
And e-book delivery is entirely through the Internet. You don’t have to worry about storing boxes upon boxes of your book in your bedroom. And you never have to worry about shipping and mailing hassles.
What to write about when there’s nothing to write about …
Like I said before, 80% of Americans dream of having a book published. But few of them really know what they want to write about. Don’t worry if you’re in this group.
One of Bob’s secrets to e-book success is that you don’t really need to come up ideas for them. And – here’s a huge bonus for really understanding the e-book market like Bob does – he has 11 proven methods for finding top-selling ideas and turning them into profit-commanding e-books.
Bob also has numerous other secrets and strategies for turning your desire to “write a book” into a lifelong source of income. These include …
- How to take advantage of the biggest publisher of information in the U.S. It’s free. But few writers know about it or how to turn it to their profitable advantage.
- How to pick “timeless” e-book topics that keep selling for years. What’s this mean for you? You continue to profit without lifting a finger.
- How to make the writing process effortless so you’re always assured of success.
- A secret e-book “hierarchy” that pegs you as the expert.
- When – if ever – you should update your e-book. And the easiest ways to do it.
- The 5 most common e-book writing mistakes – and how to avoid them.
Bob is ready to share all his secrets and strategies with you in his new AWAI program. It’s called Bob Bly’s Ultimate Guide to E-book Writing Success: A Comprehensive Program to Writing and Selling E-books for Profit.
This program is packed with a tremendous amount of information … everything you need to get started immediately in this billion-dollar industry. Everything you need to get your first (or fiftieth) book published and up for sale quickly.
Where can you learn more about this program and Bob’s other secrets and strategies for e-book success?
Just click here.
Let me finish by telling you that I’ll be writing my first e-book very soon. (It’s about the best way to feed your cat). And you know what? It’ll be thanks to Bob Bly that I’ll have it published and up for sale in less time than it took you to read this article.
Bob Bly’s Ultimate Guide to E-Book Writing Success
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