Your eBook Promotion Blog

Your eBook is done and its promotion time. As I mentioned in an earlier article, blogging is one way to get the word out about your new eBook.

To be really successful using a blog you should set a blog up (or your sales page) using most or all of the keywords for your eBook. This way when people search for you title or your topic your site should turn up at the top of the list. And that leads to move hits and sales.

My new eBook project contains 4 books, all on Backyard Projects. My title for the group is “Easy Backyard Oasis Projects” So my eBook blog site is Backyard Oasis Projects.  My project also includes 4 mini eBooks, an eCourse and many freebies.

There are many people that will just add their eBook over to the side column or write an occasional article about it but the sales page is really essential to your site if you want the highest sales returns.

And a sales page can be created quite easily with a static page and a little help from an html program creator like NVU or Front Page. (NVU is a free program) Coffee cup, also free, is reported to be good, but I have no experience with the program.

You might also want to create a small mini-eBook to give away to create a buzz about your eBook or to set up and use an eCourse to introduce the top ideas that are covered in your book. You need a “buzz” to promote the eBook and get traffic to your site.

Tip: Care needs to be taken when generating traffic for your blog. You can post all about the benefits of your e-book on your own blog, but to get traffic back, you’ll need to consider finding blogs that are in your niche. You can comment on other related blogs, but the comment must be meaningful so its not considered spam.

Aside from the spam issue, commenting properly on other blogs will lead to others coming back to your blog to see if you’ve got any other information that they might be interested in. This will create traffic and increasing your status as an expert in a certain niche.

Traffic, buzz and a plan to get the information about your new eBook out to the public is your goal and a great blog, articles and a sales page are one of your first stepping stones in this process.

Other useful programs:

Blogging Beginners. This site helped me learn to build a site that would get traffic. There are free and paid programs in this program. I would not have numerous sites and be completing eBooks if it were not for the help and support I get here.

Marketing Beginners. Again this site has free and paid for programs to help people in numerous areas. I have recently used this to help me with my sales page and to make my own headers for my websites. (You can pay people to create your headers, graphics and even your sites, but being able to do this for yourself is an amazing feeling)

NVU:  A free html editor program used for creating pages and code.

Gimp: a free photo program for working with images. It works a lot like Photoshop.

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2 Responses
  1. Diana says:

    This is great information for anyone that wants to create their own ebooks. I especially like the list of useful programs. Thanks!

  2. Wayne says:

    I agree Diana some great info and links. I have just finished my first e-book and have been looking at how to write a sales page and mostly found rubbish or sites that want you to pay for their e-books, so this is nice and helpful thanks!