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If you are a professional who has turned your prized skill set into a profitable website, you already know how much time is needed to keep your readers coming back for more. The average professional often decides to begin their more »

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As you have no doubt discovered by this point in your writing career, creating an eBook about developing skills in a certain area isn’t just about presenting a dry volume of knowledge for someone to sort through. If you want more »

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If you’ve got a skill that others could make use of, then there is no reason why you can’t become an eBook author. The days of only an elite, lucky few becoming published are over, thanks to the eBook revolution. more »

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Sometimes, the ideas for your next eBook can come from the most unusual sources. If you’re at a loss for what topic should be next in your series of lifestyle eBooks, then it’s time to get creative with your creative more »

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If you’re not one of those people who live on social media sites, the concept of them may seem a little pointless. When you’re new to these sites, and trying to use them to stir up a buzz about your more »

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Once you’ve finished writing your eBook on developing skills, it’s time to finally put your eBook up for your followers to anxiously buy. As you well know, we here at SkillBites do more than simply slap your eBook onto a more »

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You know by now that you should have your own website to help establish yourself as a professional in your industry, and you’ve read enough about constructing blog posts to fill a library. Once you understand these concepts, it would more »

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You have certainly heard others carry on about the use of white space whenever you’re writing. From eBook publishers to website advisers, you’ve heard the words ‘white space’ mentioned time and again, but never actually stopped to consider what they more »

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eBook authors commonly complain about the inability to come up with ideas for their next eBook on developing skills. What about when you have too many ideas, and can’t decide which of them would be viable eBook topics? For eBook more »

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One concept that always seems to throw a curve ball at writers is the problem of getting your skill set down onto a sheet of paper, and having it still make sense when you’re done. There’s just something about the more »

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