3 Benefits To Writing Your Own eBook
If you look around the blogosphere, you will probably notice that more and more bloggers launch their own eBooks.
Writing an eBook is a cheap and easy process. You can start today and be done in a month! And the benefits are huge!
Still not convinced? Let me give you three good reasons.
Help People in Your Niche
Have you ever experienced this intense feeling of satisfaction when readers let you know how much your articles have helped them? Well, the same goes for eBooks. Ask authors who have received such messages, and they will tell you!
I have been blogging since 2005, but only consistently for about two and a half years. In 2011, after re-reading some articles on my blog and other blogs, I realized that a majority of the great tools available to bloggers often went unnoticed. The reason is simple. There are too many.
So, I decided to create a comprehensive guide to help my fellow bloggers save precious time, increase productivity, and reach more readers. I regrouped my favorite tools and resources, expounded on some of my best articles, and added updated information. Before you know it, The Little Big eBook on Blogging: 40 Traffic Generation Tips was born!
Establish Your Expertise
If you genuinely want to help readers in your niche, they will help you back in unexpected ways. One of them is word-of-mouth.
Even though bloggers are considered more and more as reliable sources of information, not everyone reads blogs on a regular basis. Actually, a lot of people still prefer perusing content provided in books and / or eBooks.
The day you become an author (published or self-published), the rest of the world (or close to it) looks at you a little differently from before. They suddenly see you as a person with solid knowledge.
Writing an eBook will give your credibility a serious boost and help you become a prominent voice in your field.
Increase Traffic to Your Blog
A great eBook will draw attention to your body of work. It will make people want to know more about you.
They will visit your website and / or blog, read your articles, subscribe to your newsletter, and may end up contacting you to potentially hire you.
Why am I telling you all this? Because, even though The Little Big eBook on Blogging: 40 Traffic Generation Tips has not been released yet (release date is March 6, 2012), my promotional efforts have resulted in a noticeable increase in emails from people wanting to provide guest posts for my blog and inquiring about my services.
Now, can you guess the rest of the story?
About The Author
Cendrine Marrouat is a journalist, reviewer, blogger and author with nine years of experience in the freelance industry. Her articles have appeared in a number of websites and blogs, including Examiner.com and Digital Journal. She is also the founder of Creative Ramblings, a social media blog with a specific focus on entrepreneurs and independent artists. For more information on Cendrine, visit www.cendrinemarrouat.com. Connect with Cendrine at Blog Interact.
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