Have you ever thought about offering an ebook? Whether you call it a white paper, special report or ebook, these documents are great selling tools for your business, and can be nice money makers, too.
You can hire someone to design your ebook for you, or you can do it yourself. If you’d like to go the DIY route, you’ll want to understand the basics about page layout, choosing a typeface using images.
If you’re interested in these topics, you’re in luck! Carole Brown, of New Rules of Book Publishing, interviewed me this week about designing ebooks. Here’s what we talked about:
- What book covers have in common with doors
- What to look for when choosing typefaces
- How to find and use images
- Tips for successful page layout
Carole added links for the software and website resources mentioned in our interview right on the page. There was so much to talk about, it turned into a two-part interview, and Carole will be posting Part Two soon. I’ll be sure to let you know when it’s up.
Ready to learn how to write, create and launch an ebook for your business? Register today for The Ultimate eBook Kickstart. In this free class, you’ll learn how to pick a compelling topic, how to get your ebook written, graphic tricks for making your pages look great, and ways to market your ebook to get it into as many hands as possible. Attend the free Ultimate eBook Kickstart class