I wondered if you would kindy give me some andvice and pointers on my new ebook.
I have hired a ghostwriter that have researched and written an 52 page ebook that deals with hypnosis.
After I have got it delivered to me I´m a little unsure about the content, and If people will really pay any money for it, this is my first time trying to sell something that I´ve created myself on the Internet.
The ebook is about hypnosis and give detailed information about the subject, It has some small instructions on how to induce hypnosis but is mostly information on hypnosis and not the training-manual as I had envisioned. Do you think people will buy it If the sales letter is great with good graphics?
Is it a better idea to give the ebook for free and include an affiliate link to a site which sells a much better hypnosis product?
Appreciate any advice you can give in this subject.
Wish I'd been a member here and had read your post when you first asked your question...
I ghostwrote an excellent hypnotherapy & hypnosis ebook for a client in the U.K., and she wound up stiffing me. So I'm sitting on top of a wonderful hypno ebook and sure wish to sell master rights to it.
But be careful about trying to sell an ebook you yourself have doubts about the quality of. Especially if you're a professional in this field, your reputation can be damaged.
If you read this and want to improve your content (or maybe get better, brand new content), let me know.
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