How to Use Email Recipient Fields Effectively

How to Use Email Recipient Fields Effectively

When you write emails, how many email addresses do you add to the To field? What about the CC or BCC fields? If you want to receive appropriate responses, make sure you’re using the email recipient fields properly. To field You expect and want a response from these people. Many people have rules about reading […]

How to Make Email Work for You

Make Email Work for You

Email. It’s the bane of the modern workplace. Most people get way more email than they want or can handle. How can you take back control of your inbox? There are lots of little tricks you can do to get back in control. Turn off pop-up notifications. Turn off pop-up notifications so you don’t see […]

5 Easy Steps to Create an e-Book

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When most people think about creating a traditional e-book, they assume it’s a complicated endeavor and get stressed about it. But it’s really not. Don’t believe me? Well, read on because creating an e-book only involves a few simple steps when you really break it down. Overall Steps to Create an e-Book Create your content. […]

Anatomy of an e-Book: Book Covers

Anatomy of an eBook - Book Covers

Don’t judge a book by it’s cover. That may be the saying, but when it comes to buying e-books, most people do just that. Depending on where they are buying their e-books, and what their settings are, some readers may only see your cover, so it needs to sell your book all on it’s own. […]

Anatomy of an e-Book: Back Page Material

Anatomy of an eBook - Back Page Material

Back page material, also called end matter, are all the pages that come after the actual content. This is your opportunity to thank readers and entice them to look for other material that you produce. A lot of authors overlook how valuable this section of your book is, but this is a great way to […]

Anatomy of an e-Book: Front Page Material

Anatomy of an eBook - Front Page Material

Front page material, also called front matter, are all the pages that come between the cover page and the table of contents (start of the actual content). Since most retailers make the first 5-10% of an e-book available as a free sample, choosing the front page material is important. If you add too much, it […]

Anatomy of an e-Book: The Difference between PDF and Traditional e-Books

Anatomy of an eBook - DIfference between PDF and Traditional

When you think of the term “e-book” there are two distinct varieties that immediately come to mind. The first is a PDF version that bloggers often provide to their readers, and the second is a more traditional format that you purchase through e-book retailers like Amazon, iBooks, or Kobo. There are pros and cons to […]

What Material Makes for a Good e-Book

Learn What Material Makes a Good Ebook

Have you considered publishing an e-book? Have you wonder what content you would put in an e-book? If you’ve been blogging for any length of time, you probably already have lots of material that would make a good e­-book. If you’d like to see a list of what types of material make for good e-books, access our resource library now. This document is already there! So what are you waiting for, get started today!