Researching Content For Your Ebook? Decide Your Ebook’s Scope, Check Competitive Information, Create A Mindmap, Update Gaps, And Re-sequence For Ebook Flow
I remember reading once that the best way to collect and organize all the information you want to put into your ebook was to make several sticky notes on each point, clear the floor, sit in the middle and stick the notes all around you – and then try to group the notes into an order that “pleases the eye”.
Wow! If someone can do that, I’ll pay them 10 times over on the book price, just for the labor they put into it all.
Fortunately it’s all much simpler than that, thanks to one free tool and some planning. I don’t mean planning the contents of the ebook. Before that, you have to plan what you need to research and how much you need to research for the contents of the book.
On this post, we, at Solohacks Academy, have given you ten organizing ideas to get started with ebook content research. We have a simple method we follow, that works every time. You’d be surprised how well your ebook will flow with content value, if you just follow this process.