Have you got an idea for a great reference book?
Are you the next J K Rowling?
Do you know how to launch it as an eBook?
If you answered Yes, to any of these we can help. Distinctive Support has released a number of ebooks. We encountered a few pitfalls along the way. We learnt from them. We learnt from people who had gone before us. We have applied our knowledge to get it right.
What Markets Should You Sell In?
Is your book public domain?
How should the book be formatted?
How do I set up bookmarks?
How should I create the book?
We deal with all these questions and more. When should you begin marketing? Now. No matter what stage you are at begin building your audience. You do that on scial media by talking to people. You can mention you are an author but do NOT go over the top. People are more likely to buy your books when it is released if you are ‘nice’. So just have general conversations with other people. Get to know them. Find other authors. Find book groups. Keep it low key. Hard sell will not work. Start now. One thing to remember on Facebook is that if you use a profile such as Joe Bloggs Author then you can only accept 5000 ‘friends’ but you can still have people follow you apart from that. If this is day one then I wouldn’t worry about that now.
If you have created your book already or have an idea then we can help you. There are two main options:
We can train you on site (depending where you are based) and work on your book if it is completed or near complete. We will show you what you need to do and will provide written instruction as well. This will include a limited amount of after course remote support for any follow ups.
You can sign up for our eCourse which will be a weekly course offering you advice on what to do. There are certain steps that need to be taken in order. There are Do’s and Don’t’s. We explain each of these. We want the process to be as simple as possible.
If you feel either of these could benefit you then please do not hesitate to contact us for more information at info@DistinctiveSupport.com.