People love free, especially if you can provide some value along with it. If you can give them more than usual that will often make your e-book all the more desirable. Offer them a free subscription for or giveaway rights and don't hesitate to put some promotional offers, like advertisements or special offers for products which have been re-branded with their affiliate id's.
2.Always include a catchy title
It is pointless to sell e-books with no titles and no focus; this is a definite turn-off, and may render the book almost worthless. The title of the e-book is the first thing the reader sees and will often determine whether he will decide to purchase or not! Make your title interesting and more likely to attract the attention of the reader based on the topic of the e-book, and what it contains, rather than on your offering more information or extra, printer friendly, extras.
3.Write wello don't write long
Long ebooks can potentially bore the reader; to make certain that you will sell more e-books than are already being purchased, include a "what's in it for me" or a "what makes you want this?" statement. This can often break up the monotonousness of the paragraph, and make it more enjoyable for the reader, especially if you can develop a little "swagger" within the content.
4.Write in the most excited and creative way
Whatever you do, do not sacrifice over-simplicity. At this time, the popularity of e-books is centred around how much variety, amount, and size they contain. By analyzing the books on offer in this popular market, you will quickly find that the best sellers are those that are fullest of information while being extremely brief and to the point.
5.Consider having a subtitle; for instance, " Pavilion of McGuiness"
As I mentioned before, the e-book market is centred around how much "stuff" or content is given away, even if it restrictions. To avoid limited e-book offerings at all, it would probably be best to produce something along the lines of "the secret to making money online" or "the secret to being successful online", and so on. Ideally, you should also have a catchy and captivating title or subtitle.
6.Dig deep into the subject you are writing on
Too many books include information about subjects that are not directly related to what the e-book is all about. How often is the subject related to the topic and the book is an "information-gathering" book as opposed to a "sell book" and the subject is generally irrelevant?
7.Use bold or larger fonts
By using bold text in the body of the e-book, you can also gain a better degree of reader attention due to the fact that those who are more skilled in the use of email and other types of e-mail greatly appreciate this.
8.Make sure the language is for everyone to read
One of the best ways to win more sales is to cater to a larger market, outside of your ability and experience. In this case you are far more likely to attract the attention of the major publishing sites and, likewise, so is your e-book - you just need to make sure that the language is not too wordy or complicated.
9.Use images, delegate, and make it bigger
Images, if used correctly and effectively can help you make your message more appealing, providing that you make it simple. Remember to make this fit your reader as something they may not be able to read and visited a blog or websites that cover music. Chinese, Yiddish, Yiddish, and so on are all languages that are not commonly used, and should be used in moderation. Never use pictures that clash with your original intentions.
10. Make it easy to search for the information
We all like some of our information to be the center point of the entire book rather than making it a point of the entire thing, but for the sake of emphasis, be careful to not put too much on the main point. More than likely, people will never search for the information in the book, so don't make it to difficult either. Always be sure to do everything to entice the reader to buy your book through enticing information regarding the goal.