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Sunday, April 11, 2010

There is something magical that happens when someone writes an article or a book, and it then gets published so that others may read it. That magical thing that happens is that the author automatically becomes an expert and gains instant credibility. If you would like to gain credibility for yourself and your business, then one of the best ways to do that is to write an ebook. Writing an ebook is very simple, it doesn't cost anything, and it's a great way to brand you as an expert.

In just a few short steps, you will have a great e-book done and ready to brand you as an expert in that area. The first step is to decide what it is that you want to write about. You need a topic. If you have an area of expertise about your business or a hobby then that would be a fantastic start to an ebook. If you don't currently have an area of expertise, then you might have to do a little bit of research. If you have a body of research or published material, articles for example, then you could rewrite those into an e-book as well.

The next step is to determine who you are going to be writing for. You are going to want to determine what group of people is going to be reading your e-book. Do you think that your topic is going to appeal to a very large section of internet users or a fairly small section? What do you think that age range of your group is going to be? What other interests might they have that they might be willing to pay you for in the future?

Next you are going to need to do some keyword research so that your e-book will get a great position on Yahoo and Google. The better the position, the more likely that a large number of people will find it, and the greater your expert status will become. The final step is to sit down and write your e-book. It doesn't need to be complicated or very long. After you have gathered all of your research materials together, then it should only take a few hours to hammer out 20-25 pages. That is a good length for an e-book because, keep in mind, that people who read this are only interested in answering a few specific questions. They don't want to spend a lot of time reading in order to get the answers. So keep is short, simple, and to the point.

If you would like to learn how to use e-books and articles to brand you as an expert and make money online, then go to http://www.1ticket2wealth.com and download my FREE special report and learn how to earn a great income with proven online marketing techniques.

Provided By: Rob Tritt
I am a successful internet marketer and I wake up looking forward to each and every day. I really enjoy helping others achieve their goals, dreams and aspirations by helping them to build their own online marketing business, and I can help you too.


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