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Creating e-books online
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Making Money Online eBook
In this new publication, Craig shows how he has become an authoritative force that helps individuals formulate a structural scheme to either substitute their primary source of revenue or a second. It is very theoretical in detail, but Craig gives practical advice and gives practical advice. A thing I have learnt from the textbook is the idea of passions, translates into the online field to make moneys.
I' ve always understood passions as my passions and tried to turn them into a good thing or a small town. Craig shows us, however, that passions can also come in other ways (people, lawsuits, etc.). This is the only thing that will pay the cost of the work. I would suggest anyone who wants to set up an online company to sign up and look for Craig's work, either through ETR, IDP or Turbulence Training.
He is a good example of how a committed individual can win online with persistence and a well organized approach.
Creating an ebook website
Since its inception, it has proved to be a mighty branding tools. During one of our (three-person) marketings a few month ago, John and I found several different, imaginative ways to post our work. It was just not a good thing to have another one of these PDF "ebooks" that everyone is forgetting.
We received a ton of inquiries for further contents on subjects such as freelance, web- and teamwork. That' s why we wanted to provide an opportunity to combine all the different contents we have created into one high-powered part. First we thought a real life textbook was great - but we're a web designer firm, so it didn't seem right to print (although we're still considering it).
That' s where it struck us: We are building a website designing and developing plate. Instead of another PDF eBook we have chosen to create a web-based one. An" ebook" especially for the web. As is customary here, the designing begins with the contents first. We' ve already had a lot of great stuff on the blogs.
However, as we delved into our key issues and thought about what else we should be covering, we found that some of the current contents needed to be updated, while others needed to be updated with the latest contents. That is why we have included the new contents in our editing calender. This way these new sections became a double strike: first we post them on our blogs, collect feedbacks and then use them as sections in the eBook.
Where can you turn your current contents into something new and hopefully even better? That was the spine concept for our e-books, and one that can work for just about any satisfied sorts. Well, before we added a pin to our ebook website, we knew we wanted to build a long-term sustainable infrastructure.
Not only did we want to make an ebook: we wanted to set up an entire library. Thus, the establishment of the CMS right to go play a vital part in the launch of the ebook website. At the end we have only produced three collections: This may not seem like much, but between these three collection tens (and soon hundreds) of collection templates were made.
While we knew we wanted e-books, it took us a while to get the concept of one. A section is an inseparable part of a textbook in the actual life and in the ebook reader's experiences. The ebook compilation would act more like a single categorie - an easy way to combine sections.
At the end we just tied the two sets together, so each set had to refer to a separate eBook for publication. It gives us the agility and scale to include all sections (which make up most of the site's content) in a collection (sections) instead of having to build a new collection for each eBook.
Without the flex box we would not have been able to produce it in its present state. Because we thought you might want to take a look at how we designed our eBook page, I made a complete website tour just for you: Which of our e-books would you like to see?
So if you don't already have test out our e-books, Web Design 101 and the Freelance Web Designer Guide. Oh, and keep up for another new ebook - this about the arts of contents - on it! Do you have a question for a prospective eBook?