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Why eBooks Are A Great Product

Why eBooks Are A Great Product

The ability to create eBooks can put you in an incredibly powerful position. eBooks can allow you to
  • Create your own unique products
  • Easily deliver information to customers at virtually zero cost
  • Generate leads for your business
  • Drive traffic to your web site
  • Boost your Internet profile
  • Publish your own documents in a secure format
Let's look at each of these in more detail:-

  • Your Own Products

    Every eBook that you create is a product that you can sell, or give away to your customers or prospects. Best of all - nobody else will create the same eBook as you - your eBook is unique.

  • Virtually Zero Delivery Costs

    Traditional products such as Books, Clothing, Cars, Furniture, Household goods, etc., cost money to ship to customers - eating into your profit margin. Worse yet, if you are dealing with these types of goods, you will almost certainly need to keep some inventory - which ties up your cash, and leaves you at risk of being stuck with goods that you can't sell.

    Information Products such as eBooks are very different. Your delivery costs can be minimal, and if delivered over the Internet, you are unlikely to ever require any inventory whatsoever. When you deliver your information product over the Internet, you simply upload your eBook to your web space and allow your customers to download it.

    (if you use a credit card payment processing service, any fees they apply of course still apply)

  • Lead Generator

    If you need leads for your business, then giving away free eBooks could be a good way to get them. Ask your prospects to give you their contact details in return for giving them your valuable Information Product. For more ideas on this method of promoting your business, be sure to read the section on Free eBook Marketing.

  • Traffic

    eBooks can contain links to Internet sites including your own. If you give away free eBooks containing in-demand information, and give people permission to copy them, then they could spread across the Internet like wildfire.

    Provided you make sure the eBook is related to your business, every reader will know about your site, know that you are an expert on the subject of your eBook, and many will come to you to buy your other products or services.

  • Boost Your Internet Profile

    Many of today's most popular and respected Internet personalities got their start, or at the very least, significantly raised their profile with eBooks.

    Authors of good quality free eBooks can benefit because people know they provide valuable and trustworthy information - and very often when shopping for a product, people will go to one of the author's site first (especially if it's linked from the eBook they are reading).

  • Publish in a secure format

    If you publish information you'll want to be sure that it is distributed in the original unmodified form. The last thing that you want is somebody else stealing your work, or falsely claiming it as their own work. If you publish your info-product as a Microsoft Office, Text or HTML files - then you are leaving yourself wide-open to this type of abuse. On the other hand, if you publish your work in eBook form, you have much less to worry about.


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