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Top Reasons Why You Should Venture to e-Book

During the early years of the millennium, technology has already offered numerous
innovations. We all have witnessed the birth of social networking sites, tablets, smart
phones, etc. We all have experienced the world’s biggest breakthroughs. Innovation is
thriving every single day. According to some sources, over the next three years, the
Information industry is going to be worth over $7.8 billion. WOW. 

Do you want to be a part of that $7.8 billion industry? 

As a self-published author, you have the choice to reach that 10-digit financial success. 
 With all the innovations of our generation, you have the capability to widen your book
marketing options.  Today, almost anyone can publish a book even on a shoestring budget!

How do you think did the young 26-year old multi-billionaire made it to the top of the
world? He primarily used innovation to step on the pedestal of success. 
The publishing industry is fierce that you need the best and the newest tools to be the
cut above the rest. People nowadays are more inclined to gadgets, so you would need to
keep up with this kind of market. Agree or disagree, more and more people are diving into
the convenience of reading e-books. Don’t get me wrong. I love reading paperbacks,
especially the classic smell from flipping pages. But when you talk about convenience and
mobility, e-books are certainly the best option.

Here’s a quick list of reasons why you SHOULD venture into e-book publishing:

Write to share. Just like blogging, publishing your own e-book will help a lot of
people. You won’t feel the impact overnight. But every e-book published enables
thousands if not millions of people improve their lives. No two lives are alike. So go
ahead and share your own stories of failures, happiness, trials, struggles, and success. 

Create your audience. Writing can be a very crucial move. Writing can make you gain
friends and enemies. But given that you have a well-written e-book, it will bring you
credit. It’s a fact that readers will love and hate you. But more often than not,
people will respect what you have written. At least, you leave a legacy. 

Skip the terror editor. Sure editing is vital for the success of your book. Too
much editing, especially on the context, takes so much time. But if your goal is to touch
lives and not to impress people, why bother to have two heads for your book? It’s
your book, not theirs. It takes forever to impress. Believe me.

It’s overwhelmingly cost-efficient. Publishing e-books can be done in a very
affordable budget. What’s to lose?

Publish like it’s just a walk in the park. With all the software tools
available on this age, publishing an e-book can be done in less than a week. With
sufficient materials like manuscript and images, you’re already way to go.

Ditch the inventory and delivery costs. Publishing an e-book completely avoids you
from paying extra and unnecessary expenses. You can generate sales even without moving an
inch from your computer. (Cheers to that!)

You keep all the profits. Period. Need I say more?

Do not start writing tomorrow. Start today.

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