Writing an E-book – My next Adventure

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Well, on top of everything else I have going on, it’s time to start one more thing =)  I was recently hanging out with my good friend Justin, and we go to talking about new ways to promote the business.  He mentioned that it might be good to look at a cheaper customer base and look at selling a small e-book.  Well, like everything in the universe, the ideas come at the right time…  and often hit you from multiple directions.  It was just the day before that I was listening to an audio program from Perry Marshall that said the same thing.  Be the person that wrote the book… literally.

Well, of course, the bad news is that this add just one more thing to my to do list, but this could be another piece of marketing gold for me…  or it could turn out like the white papers…  just another file on my HDD 🙁  Well, to be honest, the White Papers need more work, and with the feedback that I’ve received, could also work for me…  everything is a work in process when you’re small business guy.

But I digress.  So, the e-book is my latest marketing method.  Now, writing a book on it’s own sounds overwhelming, time consuming, and just plain hard.  Well, this isn’t entirely false.  However, the good news is that with all of my blog posts, I have a good chunk of material that can be converted into a book…  Like everything though, it will need a lot of editing, it will need some fresh content to go with what I’ve already given, and it will take some serious effort to make it usable.  So, don’t be surprised to see more posts about this latest adventure.  In the meantime, if you have any advise for me on writing a book, please comment on this post 🙂

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2 thoughts on “Writing an E-book – My next Adventure

    1. any words of advice? I’ve been putting together all the facts… now for the hard part… pulling it all together. Any pointers would be greatly appreciated 🙂

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