Although writing an ebook can be relatively easy, it can be boring in the long run. Say for example, you have been writing ebooks about one particular niche for straight two years, I am sure time will come that you’ll run out of topics to write about and you’ll run out of motivation. However, if this is something that you consider your main source of income, you shouldn’t just quit like that. The solution to your problem is to energize your ebook writing. Here’s how you can do that:
1. Explore other related niches. Writing about one single topic over and over again isn’t exactly the most enjoyable thing to do. Thus, I recommend that you explore other niches that are closely relevant to the first one that you have targeted. Let me give you an example; if you have been writing about designing and selling coaching programs, you can write about advanced online classes on your next ebooks. These are two totally different topics but somehow related so you can still target the same audience.
2. Have a break. Even if ebook writing offers you with steady stream of income, you owe it to yourself to have a break from time to time otherwise, you’ll surely get bored with what you are doing and worst, you might have that dreaded writer’s block. Reward yourself with a week vacation away from your computer or simply hang out with your family without thinking about ebook writing at all. Once you resume tapping on your keyboard, I can guarantee you that you’ll be able to think more clearly and that you’ll be able to produce more quality ebooks.
3. Reinvent the whole process. If you have been using certain format for quite sometime and if you want to spice up the process of ebook writing just a bit, you can try different writing techniques and try new elements that are far different from what you were using. However, you need to figure out if this will become a big hit to your customer base ahead of time so you will not lose their business in the process.
4. Outsource. If you think that you’ll become more effective if you focus your time and energy on writing your content, it would be best if you can hire some people who can help you with your other tasks. Depending on your need, you can hire proofreaders or professional editors, internet marketers (who’ll promote your ebooks online), graphic designers (who’ll design your book covers), and researchers.
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