Just the fact that you have reached this page means that you are likely well-aware of the many benefits of becoming a how-to author. But here's a quick review of some of the more obvious reasons why you would want to seriously consider writing a how-to book/ebook.
You'll Make More Money
How-to books are profitable. People are willing to pay good money for the kind of instant practical information that how-to books tend to offer. It's a well known fact in the publishing industry that people will pay much more for a how-to book than they will for a best-selling novel.
You'll Gain Respect and Credibility
Once you have published a how-to book on any subject you will be regarded by everyone, including other experts in your field, as an expert in your own right. Your book will give you instant credibility in your area of specialty. And, because they have read your book and gained trust in you, people will be much more open to your future initiatives.
You'll Write Your Book Quickly and Easily
Writing a how-to book is a quick and easy way to become a published author for the first time, with the least amount of effort. After all, how hard can it be to write about how to do something in which you are already an expert? You'll be writing about a subject that you already know all about. It's almost a no-brainer!
You'll Grow Your Business
Once your how-to book gets into main stream distribution, it will have a snow-ball (or viral) effect. Readers will soon start visiting your Web site(s), e-mailing you, and/or calling you up. This will quickly lead to additional business for you in areas not directly related to your book such as sales of other products and/or consulting services.
You'll Become Well Known
How-to books are great marketing tools. Writing a successful how-to book in your field will often lead to recognition beyond that field. You will be seen as an "author" in your own right and people and companies will begin to seek you out. You'll be able to ride that credibility wave to other authoring and related opportunities outside of your own specialty area.
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