Tip #1: Relevance
To kick off let's take into account that an eBook, much like a paper-based book, needs to have a measure of relevance associated with it. In simplistic terms, this means determining whether or not there's a market for it and if there is, how saturated that market is. As you can guess, it all boils down to market research and lots of it. To start off, consider using search engines, keyword analysis tools and questionnaires to determine the size of your target market. Also keep in mind that it'd be a good idea to see what the competition is doing to ensure that the eBook(s) you want to publish will supply readers with an original take on an established concept.
Tip #2: Layout
Once you've determined the target market and found the right angle for your eBook, it's down to laying down, well, the layout. This is perhaps the only thing that comes close to your content in importance because it will either complicate or simplify the reading process - the easier it is to read and understand the text within an eBook, the better your chances of success. In this case it's all about simplicity and logic.
Tip #3: Marketing
You can have a brilliant eBook but if there's no one to read the pages of text and imagery you worked so hard to put together, then all your efforts have been for nothing. As such, it is beneficial to work out a marketing strategy that will ensure that your eBook(s) get the best exposure possible and that they sell. Options you might want to consider include sending marketing emails, writing articles, social media marketing, etc.
And as a final and informal tip, remember that eBook publishing, although on a different medium, share the sample principles with its paper-based counterpart. If you're stuck, just take a look at how it's done in the 'real world' for some fresh inspiration.
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