Create your BookCompile your book
You can use your book to create additional products.
Let's say you've either already published a book or are still in the middle of it. What do you do with your available contents to create more value for your reader? Maybe even use the same contents to create useful tools to complement your book? Helpful material, such as book guidebooks and working folders, are one way of using and monetizing the contents already made.
Write-folders can be a great utility for a book that provides a step-by-step way to improve or instructs the user to undertake a range of actions (typically health/fitness, biz, self-help, etc.). Writers of textbooks like this can create portfolios in accordance with the contents by including all the actions listed in the text and creating a complete book for users to use when applying the concept in the book.
Adding a book to each book you buy gives your customers an opportunity to buy the book through your website rather than Amazon and offer them premium, value-added contents. When you run a seminar or workshop, you can either distribute your own folders to participants or incorporate them into the application costs.
You can also publish a shortened copy of the spreadsheet on your website or use the spreadsheet as a bonus for subscribers to your newsletters or RSS-feed. If you send your reader a PDF of your portfolio by e-mail, you can thank your clients! Authors' questions and answers are usually on the back of a book, along with book group guidelines.
You only need to create a checklist of frequently asked quizzes that are of relevance to your contents and your audiences. Giving away your information and uncovering the crafty nature of your characters' evolution or storyline will increase your loyalty. Lesegruppenführer are discussions presented at the back of the book or on the author's website.
Through the integration of book group guidelines, you promote adoptions and finally the book buying by interested book clubs members. After you have already published your book, you can include a book group leader on your website or next book print. Self-evaluation is an excellent instrument for attracting readership and becoming established as an industry specialist.
While these ratings can be presented as part of the book, they are usually more useful on-line and you can use them to collect client information, emerging market developments or sector views. Self ratings can take the guesswork out of a trivia test or poll, and you can incorporate diagrams, graphics and poll results into your website in live to provide your site's visitors with statistical information about the poll.
What motivates the reader to carry out the self-assessment? Think about a book present on Twitter or Facebook, where every final review will count as a competition contribution. As a rule, a course manual is a seperate booklet coupled with a non-fiction book. They should provide a weekly or half-day course beginning to implement the author's contents and may be designed for individual persons or organisations.
Usually contains summary information on policies, points to consider when applying the policies, and group and individual activity. Writers can use guidelines in various ways: as a basis for the author's own development or counseling programme, as part of a workout pack, as a reader bonuses when buying the book, or as an add-on that the writer can resell.