The last and the most fruitful proces of publishing an e-book is to leverage it. Meaning, it's an asset that can be used for many purposes besides direct selling.

You can create your affiliate offers, or put it on clickbank. Perhaps someone will want to sell it for you.

You can use it as an incentive for e-mail signups, or as a bonus to sell something else.

You can use it as a gift to build relationship with your current customers.

You can use it as a promotional tool.

You can use it as a referance on your bio.

It really depends on the business you're in, how you can use the e-book you wrote, but there are ways to make more money on it, besides simply selling it on your own site.

Think about this much deeper, and you'll get plenty of awesome ideas you can implement!

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skyhigh4 Premium
Excellent information. Thank you so much!
DavidArturo Premium
Hey, very informative and weel put together thi spost of yours! Well done!
Thank you David!
Salem Premium
Great article. I would also suggest publishing it on Amazon/Kindle. It is free and you can get all the help you need in the form of templates and even a cover maker. Worked great for me. You can find how to publish on Kindle here
sherbet penny Premium
Nice one for the link to SA
mama2karsten Premium
Well written, informative article... nice job! I have been thinking about getting back into writing... this may just be the little nudge I needed.... thanks for sharing.
I'm glad this helped! I wish all the best!
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I agree ebooks are an important source of revenue for us---so long as we give really strong value to the reader.

You might want to look on Amazon for how to publish/market ebooks on Kindle----they are a goldmine of ideas.

Look to your eventual publisher before you write so you use the correct formatting for , your specific publisher. On Amazon, for instance, there's simple ways of publishing ebooks if you use Wordpress to write your content..

In your training, I really liked the part at the end, where you talk about leveraging your ebooks. Never want to just assume you write an ebook, publish it, and that's it.
Seems interesting. Definitely worth taking a look!