Are E-Book Readers Better than Books?
By Tricia Lake
There's been a lot of buzz in recent months about eBook
Readers. Both Amazon and Sony have introduced eBook readers
onto the market in the last couple of months, and what was
once almost a dead topic has become a live one again. But is
an eBook reader better than a book? The quick and easy
answer is that sometimes it is...and sometimes it isn't,
which doesn't help much at all. In this article I'll examine
in more detail when an eBook reader is a good thing to have
and when it isn't.
The first thing I need to define is what is an eBook reader,
because in one form or another they have been around for
years, but still haven't really taken off the way that, say,
the iPod did for music.
An eBook Reader is an electronic device that takes the place
of a physical book. Personal Digital Assistants, or PDAs,
have had readers installed on them for years, and some
people use them, myself included to read books. There are
also some other dedicated readers on the market.
"High-Dollar" Back End Product For Your Ebook!
By Grady Smith
If you're selling an ebook right now -- and you're tired of grabbing
small (under $100) sales -- then here's a way you can start making
thousands each month with the perfect back end product for your
If you wrote your own ebook, then you know enough on the subject
to be considered a bona fide expert. And anyone that buys your
ebook from you believes this ... otherwise they wouldn't be wasting
time and money on your product.
The customer ordering from you is your signal that they believe
you're an absolute expert, and they're showing you that they have
a deep interest in the subject matter your ebook is based on.
So while $47 sales are great, there's a whole lot more money to
be made using your ebook.
To explain, let's say you've created an ebook on affiliate marketing.
You show the prospect what you've learned to become super-successful
at marketing other people's products.
Now in the very back of your ebook...