Technical Aspects of Writing an eBook

Possible Alternative to Donations

Groups, especially nonprofit ones, are often seeking new ways to bring in donations. One path that few travel but could be profitable is to create your own eBook for sale. In the post before last we explored writing an eBook, so now we are looking at creating one in terms of the technical aspects involved.

Promoting Group

You are going to want to promote your your group and therefore might want to consider setting up for digital downloads.

There are various ways that you can harness the power of Online Marketing and the tools that go with it. There are two basic ways to implement this part of the sequence of events. The first is to use eCommerce in the conventional approach which is the selling of a physical product. The term physical product means that the customer will order a product on your website and you will then send it to her or him as a package. If you have physical products, it is likely you will have such a system set up. But there is another kind of delivery system that is possible that we encourage you to look at: digital products.

Digital Products

Although you may believe your business to be one of physical products, there is another way that your knowledge can be put to good use: digital products. For example, you can set up a marketing system in action in conjunction with your eCommerce or Amazon approach.

Sales for Your Group

It is better to have digital products if possible that you sell in the form of eBooks, MP3 (audio) or MP4 (video). Creating such elements can be daunting if you have never done it before. But if you put your mind to it you can definitely achieve this process. The great thing about digital products is that the customer can order and then receive delivery instantaneously in the form of a digital download. This means you can fulfill an order literally as you sleep!

Future Sponsors

The key to success for this kind of delivery system means that first and foremost you need to have a great product. This is where you tap into your knowledge or that of someone you are working with. First figure out what your customers and your future clients want insight into, then serve it up to them either as a written, audio or video product.