The Easy Way To Write Your First Ebook PLR Ebook

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In general, ebooks can range from 50 to 100 pages. Unlike published books that range in the 200- to 300-page range, ebooks are much shorter since they are electronic in nature and are meant for an audience that isn’t reading them like a novel. They are informational mostly, although adding some humor and entertainment is permissible. People who buy ebooks are looking for solutions, not entertainment, and they want it to be informative, not pure fluff. They also want it to be a quick read, as they’re used to reading short Web articles or even short reports. For this audience, 50 pages is enough, but never exceed 100 pages.


Within those 50 pages, it’s common to see about 10 chapter headings. That gives you about five pages for each major topic in your ebook. There’s no right or wrong way to divide chapters up, and you can make some longer and others shorter, but on average, most will be five pages long of written text. You can add pictures, but those shouldn’t count towards the text. That means that when you sit down to brainstorm your ebook, you will want 10 main headings.

Within those 10 chapter headings, you may end up with several subheadings. These break out your major topic into easily digestible packets of information that people can scan via the table of contents. We will discuss how to automate the creation of the table of contents so that each of those headings and subheadings with corresponding page numbers is inserted at the front of your book. For now, realize that you will need to brainstorm an outline with 10 major points and three or more subheadings each.

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Once you have a good outline, you’ll know what topics you need to research more and can spend a little time doing just that. You should become familiar with quick ways to research any topic so that it can speed up the writing process. If you’re a walking library of information on your topic, you won’t have to spend much time researching anything. However, for those that want to spend a bit more time getting into their subject more, there are a few options before they set pen to paper.


Use keywords that define your niche topic for each chapter to Google new information across the Internet. Almost everyone is familiar with Google’s search engine. You can even use the advanced search to limit yourself to recent postings on the Web too to make your information more current. Just be sure not to plagiarize information and to use it solely for research purposes. Be careful about the information on Google, as sources may not be accurate, so it does take some good ability to discern good and bad information via the references offered in each article. Even Wikipedia, a great source for research, is not 100% accurate, since it is updated by everyday people who can and do make mistakes. Consider the source when doing research. This way, you’ll be more accurate if you use any facts or figures that are quoted within an article by checking the source too.


A great way to put together some valuable information for your readers that you don’t know without necessarily doing heavy-duty research is to ask an expert to contribute to your ebook. Of course, there has to be something in it for him/her, but you can do an entire ebook with chapters devoted to him/her discussing a particular topic of interest to your readers. If you promise to let him/her link to his/her products and services within the ebook, and you have a wide enough audience who will be offered the ebook for free, it can be a win-win for everyone. Write it up in an interview format that’s very easy to read and nicely segmented. In some cases, the ebook might be a promotional item to help you prod a person into buying something else that you and/or your expert sponsors, so it’s not going to be sold, but is going to be given away instead. With so much exposure available to experts trying to sell their products, it will be something that will interest them to help you with it because it will help them sell their products to a new audience.

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You will have the option to format text that you highlight in different styles. You can do this from the menu or from the Style box on the formatting tool bar if it’s showing. Heading 1 is the style that is used for major chapter headings, while Heading 2 is used for subheadings. To apply a Heading 1 Style, you can do one of the following after selecting the text:

1. Click the Style box and choose Heading 1 as your style to apply.

2. Using the menu, you might try using the Format menu, and under Styles, you will be able to click Apply.

3. Use Ctrl-Shift-S for Word versions earlier than 2007 to get to the Format toolbar where you can apply it with the Style box.

Whatever way your word processing program does this, it’s still the same in most word processing programs. In OpenOffice, you will even have Chapter Headings that you can use, which are much larger and which appear like the page headings in this report.


Once you have a few heading styles applied, try to see how they look in a shortened TOC. In a new page near the top of your ebook, before your headings and subheadings, you will place your cursor to insert your TOC. This is done by choosing the Insert command on the main menu of Word. In earlier versions of Word, the submenu you want is “Index and Tables” or “Reference/Index and Tables.” Click OK, and it will take your headings, add the page numbers, and put in a TOC for you. If you want to change the look of the TOC, choose to modify it within this command, not from within the ebook.

Adding Pictures Adding Pictures Adding Pictures Adding PicturesAdding Pictures Adding Pictures Adding Pictures Adding pictures breaks up the monotony of an ebook, although they’re not entirely necessary. It is nice to include a photo with your ebook cover when you market it, but it’s not entirely necessary to add them within the ebook itself. Although they can be very helpful when it comes to certain things, like explaining how to do a particular operation on a computer. Just be sure that the pictures you use are either your own or are licensed to you for the proper usage. Otherwise, you can end up in legal trouble for infringing on someone else’s copyright.

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- 2 Ebooks (PDF, DOC), 23 Pages
- 6 Ecovers (PSD, JPG, PNG)
- Year Released/Circulated: 2016
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