Ever since Jim Edwards and I completed our now famous e-book, “How to Write and Publish Your Own E-Book… in as little as 7 Days,” people have been cranking out their own e-books at, well, a weekly rate. Lately I’ve been getting a reoccurring question concerning all these e-books. Namely, “Can an E-book become a #1 Amazon best-seller?”
Today’s topic is about two little-known action tips that will help you succeed in the world’s most ideal business.
We’re all susceptible to the impulse purchase. That’s why the grocery and discount stores line the checkout lanes with goodies to catch your eye. It works – you buy more.
As an author you’ve made sure your book is listed on Amazon.com because everyone in the writing/promotion fields says you must. So what’s the big deal? You’ve actually made more sales to family and friends on your own than through Amazon.
Once the final draft is written, you’re no longer an author. You’re an entrepreneur with a product to sell, and it’s critical that you start thinking that way. Instead of spending your time on editing and proofreading, you’ve got to invest your time in marketing activities.