If you want to learn how to start a lucrative eBook business online, then what I am about to reveal to you is the same strategy I’ve used to start one successful eBook business after another. The recipe for success below takes time and you cannot expect to make money overnight, but if you take what I’ve outlined and follow it through you will be able to become very successful with an eBook publishing business.
My four steps to building a six-figure eBook business online are:
1 – Start building an email list immediately
You need to start building a list of people who are interested in your products and your services. Create a free eBook that is 10-20 pages and offer it to people for free in exchange for their email address and name. Then, you have them in your database and you can start building your business from here. Simply work to get as many people on your list as possible, continually working this system.
2 – Find out what your subscribers need
After you’ve got someone on your list, put an automated email into your autoresponder asking them what they need help with. As more people respond to you, you will be able to create ebooks built around these problems. As time passes you should try to have ebooks to fill all of the major needs of your customers, and this is how you build your business.
3 – Create ebooks to help them meet their needs
The way you write your ebooks is ultimately up to you, where you can create shorter and cheaper ebooks and sell a lot of them, or build one larger eBook that commands a higher pricetag. The goal is to create a product that each new person coming onto your list will want to buy from you.
4 – Rinse and repeat while building the list
Take this and simply repeat the whole process over and over again. You can stay within the same niche and have many different products (sub-niches), or you can even do this process in as many niches as you would like, it is ultimately up to your ambition. The more ebooks you create using this strategy however the more money you will be able to earn over the long-run.