So you’ve got an e-book, it is up, and people are buying it. But you want a traditional publishing deal in addition to the e-book. Review this article to learn how you can leverage that e-book to capture the attention of the traditional publishing houses.
Creating an e-book is often simple enough because of available technology. But once you've developed it, how do you successfully profit selling e-books. In part, it requires considering what your audience is interested in and how to price your e-book.
E-book self-publishing success stories, such as those of Amanda Hocking, Victorine E. Lieske and Aaron Patterson, provide models for self-published authors, especially those who have redistributed their books as indie-published print books. Read on for advice and publishing options for redistributing successful books.
Many authors wonder how to price e-books. To understand how books are priced, you must learn the costs associated with producing an e-book, as well as the marketing reasoning behind e-book price points.
While traditional publishing is still relevant, technology has provided new opportunities for publishing and marketing a book. Eleanor Vincent has learned firsthand that eBooks have opened up a whole new realm, allowing authors to reach a much broader audience.