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Should you write a book? Why would you want to take on such a task? Today we explore this interesting topic.
On to the news!
- Herb & Monica
~~~IN TODAY'S NEWS~~~
* Should you write a book?
----> It isnít as bad as it sounds
----> How do you start?
* News Wrap-up:
----> Kaua'i Adventures
*** Should you write a book? ***
Why would you want to take on such a task?
A book can be an incredible tool for educating your
potential customers. Giving them valuable information
can help you to build your own credibility, and it puts you
first in their mind as an expert who is willing and
able to help.
It isnít as bad as it sounds!
Writing a book isnít as daunting a task as it sounds.
You donít need to be Stephen King to make it happen.
You donít need to strike up a complicated deal with a
mega-publisher either. In fact, you donít even have to
print a single piece of paper to create or distribute
Your goal doesnít need to be 300 pages and a huge publishing
contract. You can write an e-book, or a book you only
publish on the web as a free give-away for your web site
visitors and potential customers. It is a great way to
promote your web site and your organization.
How do you start?
Just write an outline about your topic, and then fill it
in with stories, tips, hints, and facts. Proof read it...thoroughly...
then publish it on your web site. Or give it away as
a promotional item.
At Web Builder Express, we have written a free 15 page guide
that we give to our visitors / potential customers in
exchange for their e-mail address. It took us about
15 hours to write our book. It provides our visitor
with useful information which builds our credibility.
So go ahead and give it a try. Set aside a few hours
a week. Make your book a reality!
*** News Wrap Up ***
Well, we are back from our trip to Kaua'i. What a beautiful place to go and
not be in a super 'touristy' area. We experienced our first luau the day after
we arrived. We also toured an extensive botanical garden which proved to
be very interesting. We got eaten alive by mosiquitoes as we ate lunch near
some woods one afternoon. And we saw a monk seal sunning itself on
the beach outside our room. The NaPali coast is every bit as stunning as
they say - we have witnessed it ourselves.
See a photo we took from a helicopter and a shot of us at the luau
by clicking here: /luau.html
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