A Mini E-book
You've got the niche, you've got the idea, but...
There's a small problem – maybe you're new to the online business, and though your ideas are fresh – you've not got the experience or the 'guru' standing to pull it off – or you've got an idea, you just can't – quite – explain it.
So your next option is to co-author or co-create a
mini ebook with an expert or ghostwriter. You can find them by looking for sites in your niche – and then take the time to contact the webmaster or site owner and ask if he or she is interested in co-authoring a
mini e-book with you – as with every joint venture though, you have to offer some benefit to your prospective co-author or co-creator.
Your co-author can provide anything from half (or more) of the content, to an introduction, articles, or additional information – or even a joint venture that merges your information and
theirs into a mini ebook. Regardless of what your co-author brings to the
mini e-book by creating an mini e-book as a joint venture, you can increase its credibility, especially if you select a guru or expert in your chosen niche.
It also means that you've got an instant promotion joint venture already in place – though you'll both want to discuss how to set up the
one time offer (OTO) and upsell aspects of the venture to give you both a great deal from the JV itself. Depending on your co-author's contribution to the
mini ebook, this could be within the mini e-book, or through back end sales – or both.
Keep in mind that there should always be a powerful incentive for your potential co-author to come on board – having a great idea and a unique spin may not be enough, and you will have to make sure that any arrangement you come to is win-win for everyone involved, including your co-author.
Co-creating a mini ebook could be a great way for you to get started.