In tomorrow's issue of Fab Freelance Writing Ezine, our theme is starting your own ebook business.
Why would you want to do that?
Here's an excerpt from the Editorial:
In a word, MONEY.
Think about it; you don't need to sell many copies of an ebook to make money. Let's say you're selling an ebook for $27. This is at the lower end of ebook prices. Say you sell 1,000 copies. That's $27,000. Selling 1,000 copies is easy, but you need to advertise. So let's say that advertising costs you $1000, you've still made $26,000 in profit… and your ebook can go on selling for years.
Of course, you shouldn't stop at ONE ebook. Once you finished the first, and are promoting it, start on the second. In one year, if you put your mind to it, you could write and sell ten ebooks, and you'd have made $270,000.
Please don't think I'm whistling in the wind here. Selling 1,000 copies of an ebook is easy. If you promote an ebook diligently, you'll be able to sell many thousands.
It's not just the money…
Read the rest in tomorrow's issue.
By the way, if you're ready to start your information product empire, Info Product Maestro gives you everything you need.