Make a 6 Figure Income Selling E-Books

Blogger Yaro Starak released a great 2-part podcast on his Small Business Branding site. It’s an interview with Internet Entrepreneur Daryl Grant entitled ‘How To Make $250,000 A Year Selling E-Books.’

They discuss how she sets up her sites, how the books are produced (she doesn’t write them herself), how she generates traffic, and how she writes the sales page copy to convert visits to sales. Her website also gives a thorough breakdown of her process: www.AndrewandDaryl.com. The site includes links to sample survey pages, a spreadsheet for calculating the profitability of an idea, and active e-book sales pages (surprise – not one of them is about online marketing!)

This is a great bit of educational material. Listening to it inspired me to test a new product idea I had. I wrote about how I did the market test and my results.

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Andrew Seltz

Andrew was born in Michigan, raised there and in Tennessee, and has since lived outside Orlando, in Chicago, New York City, and now Birmingham, Alabama. He produces videos and websites for a living and is married to a beautiful, generous, loving woman who also happens to be a talented actress and writer - www.ellenseltz.com. They have two daughters.

One thought on “Make a 6 Figure Income Selling E-Books

  • July 11, 2006 at 11:35 am
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    I’m amazed how large of a market there is for ebooks, if http://catalog.clickbank.net/marketplace/?s=1 is a good indicator of how many people are producing these books and selling them. It’s definitely an alternative distribution channel for useful information, more accessible than a traditional brick-and-mortar bookstore, and more profitable for the authors too. Makes me wonder why traditional bookstores and publishers don’t produce more content that apparently people want to buy.

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