Write eBooks that meet a demand and you will make money.

 

A short review of Writing E-Books for Fun and Profit, by Bob Bly

 

As a freelance writer you'll always have some time during the week when you don't have client projects to work on.

 

Most of that time should be spent on marketing your business.

 

But you can and probably should put aside a little time each week to write your own money-making information products. When you write your own products, you are creating a source of income that will support you independently of your freelance copywriting work.

 

This strategy is one that is used successfully by many freelance copywriters. It's something I do myself. Even when I'm busy I put aside at least three hours a week to write my own books, courses or e-books.

 

I recommend that you do the same. And the best way to get started is by writing one or more e-books.

 

Do you even have an ebook in you? Almost certainly.

 

Whatever we do in life, we build up a body of knowledge and expertise. The trouble is, all too often we think, "Hey, nobody would pay money to find out what I know."

 

You'd be surprised!

 

People write and sell ebooks about a whole range of subjects (and make a lot of money doing it.)

- photography
- travel
- music
- cooking
- raising teenagers
- grooming pets
- collecting
- home repair & car repair
- small business

The list is almost endless.

 

If you want to know more about how to choose the best topics, write an e-book and market it successfully, get yourself a copy of Bob Bly's guide. It teaches you all you need to know, and costs less than twenty bucks.

 

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