How to make a Professional EbookCreating a Professional Ebook
First pages should contain a copyrights page, a cover page and a directory.
It is also possible to insert a inscription. Alternatively, if the work is in printed form, you can turn its cover page into JPG and use it as the cover page. Add a page with the cover text after the above items. People often have several ledgers awaiting reading, and when they come to your ledgers, they may not even recall what it was about.
Immediately after the last section, thank the readership for the amount of free thought they have given you and ask nicely for a feedback. Ensure that there is a hyperlink to the book's page on the merchant's website. Such as a shortcut to the Amazon site. It is more likely that the user clicks on an easily accessible URL than searching for your textbook to post a comment.
Take it lightly. Add the first section of another of your titles. Once the completed work is part of a serial and the next one is for purchase, add a reference section to the work. Otherwise, choose a section from one of your other ledgers.
After the rehearsal, add a shortcut to the page of the product on the merchant's website to allow the user to buy the product. Again, make it easier on yourself. On the back of the volume should be a page about you, the writer, with a photo of you. It is recommended to place the "Books After" directly after the "About the Author" section; more of the example is displayed on Amazon, and once the user has finished the eBook, of course, he will go to the "Books After" section and can click on the hyperlinks to buy your other eBooks.
Chapters headers (e.g. "Chapter 1") should be bigger than the remainder of the text and begin a part of the page downwards. One good way to make your eBook look more professional is to use a different typeface for your title (use a typeface from the front page of the book).
However, be wary of copyrights and make sure you have the licence to use a text in digital form. Readers have very few built-in typefaces, so you need to put the typeface in the ebook. You can also use a different typeface for your section titles by making each title an icon and adding it to your eBook.
Frequently, the use of pictures (which are stored in a lower but sufficient quality) will have the same file sizes as mounting a typeface. For the first section of the section, use a closure or nesting styles. Falling caps mean that the first character in the section is larger and occupies two or three rows.
An interlaced styles is another way of handling the first few words or the first line of a section (e.g. small capitals for the first four words). Don't use user-defined scripts for the body text of your eBook. This will make your text look strange and hard to understand as your readers are used to the default type.
Professional eBook designs use default format, not pad format. That means there is no additional space between the clauses and all clauses - except the first clause in a section and the first clause after a scenery change - are indent. You can use the eBook as well. You should find a list of topics linked to the sections in the manual, the "Books by" section to the Amazon website (or whatever you use to sell).
You should have your website in your "About the Author" page linked to your website. You can use professional eBook authoring tools to build your eBook - don't just use Word! Saving Word as HTML allows you to make an eBook, although this is often harder unless you are familiar with HTML.
Try out what your eBook looks like on different readers and in the dealer preview, and then make the necessary customizations. Sometimes you get unanticipated results when you view the ebook in one ereader while the same contents in another looks finely eery. Verifying your ebook on the Amazon aviewer situated on your book's products page is especially important because it is common to have an ebook that looks good on various eaders but that looks wrong on Amazon.
This is often the first contact you will have with your reader, so you want to make sure it looks good. A number of writers had to mail Amazon to fix issues with the previews (if it's not the eBook creation's fault). Hopefully these hints will help you create your own professional eBook theme.
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