While ebooks can be catered to achieve certain goals, the way most marketers use ebooks is to generate new leads at the top of the funnel. To achieve this goal, your ebook content should be majorly educational -- not product focused -- in nature. But does that mean you can't or shouldn't sneak in a few mentions of your product or service into them when appropriate? Absolutely not! In fact, when people are just starting to learn about your business in the awareness stage of the sales cycle, they probably know very little about the products and services you offer.
Depending on your business and industry, you likely have a different buyer personas , whether you segment your target audience by demographics, skill level, topic interest, or something else. So if part of your strategy is to create content that is personalized for or targeted to these different audience segments, one helpful way to organize and differentiate between your content assets is through a tagging system. Incorporate your schema in your ebook design so your readers know which particular ebooks will be of interest to them, and which ebooks won't. You can do this in a number of ways -- through iconography, color schemes, or tags.
Only problem? Your not too 'savvy' in the design creation department! You've tinkered with Canva, Adobe Pages, and other eBook creation platforms such as Beacon, and the end results are, well... lets just say "less than desirable!" - I know, design is just not your thing! And now, finishing off your eBook has turned into a massive struggle, instead of being the rush of excitement it should be!
FlipHTML5 is the best eBook Creation Software to make page-flipping interactive eBooks from PDF, Microsoft office documents and images. Once you import your documents into this software, you can further animate your digital contents by embedding rich media into your flipping eBooks such as the images, links, buttons, videos, slideshows and the more.