* You Have an eBook, Now What?

eBookPLR products are rapidly increasing in popularity. Many individuals are seeing them as a relatively easy way to make money online and they do. When you buy a private label rights product, like an e-book, you have the right to edit that e-book, add your name as the author, and sell as a new product. You are selling a product you did not create from scratch. The buying, re-branding, and selling of PLR product is not just a neat concept, it is also a goldmine.

If done right, this online moneymaking opportunity can replace your current full-time income and then some!

The first step in making money with PLR e-books is to buy them. Many websites and individuals sell them. When making your choice, consider your initial investment. Buying single PLR e-books is nice, but you may end up paying more. Subscription based services tend to give you access to new private label rights e-books every few months. Often you will receive a discount when buying in bulk. Your initial investment is important. The less you spend, the easier and quicker it is to turn a profit.

The next important step in profiting from the re-branding and reselling of PLR e-books is to determine your selling methods. Luckily, you have many options. Most create a sales page. To do this, purchase a cheap domain name and small web hosting packages. Good sales pages consist of eye-catching graphics, chapter summaries, content excerpts, and customer testimonials. You also have the option to do business with a third-party website, such as Lulu.com. These websites are already established with traffic, but they do take a percentage of your sales. If you want to retain the most profits, create your own sales page.

As previously stated, good sales pages have content excerpts from the book, chapter summaries, reviews, and eye-catching graphics. Unfortunately, that is not enough. There are millions of websites and thousands of other similar sales pages and e-books. To increase your profits, you must market your sales page. Just because you list a product for sale online, it does not mean it will sell. Yes, some individuals will find your e-book through a standard internet search, but relying on this alone limits you.

You now know the importance of marking a PLR e-book you re-branded and are selling, but what are your marketing options?

Google AdWords. This program is easy, affordable, and a wise marketing choice. So, you have a sales page where your e-book is listed for sale. To drive traffic to that page, create a Google AdWords account. You are able to create your own advertisement. Along with that, you choose keywords. These keywords are very important. You are selling an e-book, but so are thousands of others. You can use the phrase e-book, but also expand from there. Great examples include e-books for sale, debt consolidation e-books, and so forth. Focus on the general theme of e-books for sale and then the theme or subject your book covers.

What is ideal about Google AdWords is the cost. You can set a budget. If you are just starting out, set your limit at $50. You are only charged when someone clicks on your ads, not every time they appear on a website. This not only saves you money, but also ensures your money is wisely spent. If you set a budget, your ads automatically stop appearing after $50.

Article directories. Article directories are ezines where user-based content is submitted. To capitalize on this free advertising, create articles. Write articles related to the product in question. If selling a how-to internet marketing book, share a few tips in the articles, but leave your readers wanting more. Put a link to your sales page at the end of each article. Most importantly, articles submitted through directories expand and grow. Usage rights are given to others. A blog writer may take your article and post it on their website, but they must leave your name and links intact. Within days, one of your articles can spread across the internet, leading to more sales and income.

Mentioned above were just two marketing ideas for selling a re-branded PLR e-book. Think outside of the box. Market your products online, locally, through message boards, start an affiliate program, and so forth. In fact, your options are endless.

 

* Buy or Write your Own eBooks?

 

 

Writing an ebook

As more people turn to the internet for research, entertainment, and just about everything in between, digital products are increasing in popularity. And, due to the economy, many people are looking to work from home or generate extra income. If you are one of those individuals (and I’m assuming you are if you are reading this) you may see the potential in writing and selling e-books. Unfortunately, if you are like many new internet workers, the entire process of writing an e-book may be too much. So, what should you do? Should you suck it up and write an e-book yourself, hire a professional ghostwriter, or buy a private label e-book with resell rights?

Right now, you may be asking yourself what in the world is a PLR e-book? Most individuals are unfamiliar with private label products and rights. The process involves buying an e-book or a number of them for an affordable price. Often times, you pay double or triple the selling price to readers. For example, an extensive e-book that sells for $40 will sell with private label rights for $80 to $120. You, as the buyer, then sell the e-book to interested readers. You can rarely resell the e-book to other re-sellers unless you are granted master resell rights, which is an entirely different moneymaking opportunity.

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Returning to your e-book creation options, there is writing the e-book yourself. When buying e-books, consumers want interesting, easy to read, and useful content. Unless writing on a familiar topic, research is required. This takes time. Add in writing, formatting, and editing and it can easily take you a month or more to create 100-page e-book. Since this is your first time attempting to write one, it could take even longer! Do you have this time? Do you have good grammar or know how to put your thoughts into words? If not, you may have started with a good e-book concept, but ended up with a poorly written and difficult to read e-book. That is not good.

Writing an eBookUnless you are comfortable with your writing and willing to devote time to your first e-book, you should move onto the next option. That was hiring a ghostwriter. Ghostwriters are freelance writers who agree not to have their name attached to the work. Essentially, you pay a writer to compose your e-book and your name appears as the author. This sounds great. Proofreading the e-book, making edits, and adding your name as the author will take a couple of days at most. Sounds easy doesn’t it? Unfortunately, it can be costly.

Freelance writers rarely work as a hobby; most write for a living. For that reason, you should expect to at least pay minimum wage. Some writers charge $20 or more for one e-book page. This means you could easily pay $2,000 for a 100-page e-book. Writing an eBookIf you sell your e-book for $19.99, it needs to sell at least 101 copies before you even make a profit. Also, don’t forget the time and other expenses to create a sales page and market. Great if you have the money to spend. If not, move on to your final option. That is PLR e-books.

As previously stated, PLR e-books are e-books resell rights. This gives you permission to edit and change the content, make graphic changes, and add your name as the author. PLR e-books are sold to many people. Most quality sellers will limit the number sold, often to 500. The key is to slightly rewrite. Eliminate, add or rearrange a few paragraphs, change around a few sentences and you now have a new e-book. You started out with an e-book that 50 other individuals might have been trying to sell, but you now have a unique version.

As for the price, PLR e-books are cheap because they are sold to many. Remember, the key is to make them unique with rewrites. As mentioned above, they resell for double or triple the price. Say, you paid $80 for a 100-page PLR e-book. You want to make changes, but even if you hire a rewriter for a $2 a page, a common rate among rewrites, your total investment is $280. Compare that to the above mentioned $2,000 for a ghost writer and you got quite a deal! Sell that same e-book for $19.99 and you now only need to sell 15 copies to make a profit.

What is best way to create an e-book to sell? Although it is pretty self-explanatory, the decision is yours to make. If you can write an e-book, do it. If you do not have the time, opt for e-books private label resell rights. They are a relatively quick and easy way to make money online.

 

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