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Thursday, November 8, 2007
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Write A Cookbook. Easy System To Publish And Sell Your Own CookbookClickBank Marketplace Description:
Make Quick Cash By Selling Your Own Cookbook, Even If You Cant Cook And Dont Like To Write. Best Selling Cookbook Author Reveals His Inexpensive Step By Step System To Create A Cookbook And Earn Big Profits In 60 Days Or Less.Category name:
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Write A Cookbook. Easy System To Publish And Sell Your Own CookbookWebsite META Title:
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How to easily publish a cookbook in under 30 days and make it sell. Eveything you need to know to write your own cookbook.
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Don't Let These Common Myths Prevent You From Sharing Your Passion For Cooking With The World!
Myth #1. You need lots of money upfront.
FALSE. My system will show you how to get started with little or no cash and increase your sales while spending profits instead of your hard earned savings.
Myth #2. You have to be a chef or cooking expert.
FALSE. Everyone has to start somewhere. I wasn't a chef when I first started but after authoring 5 cookbooks, I'm now known as a cooking expert. All you really need is a good idea for a cookbook or a different spin on an existing idea. I'll show you how to find it.
Myth #3. It's too time consuming to get done.
FALSE. My system shows you what free software and services to use to make creating a cookbook easy. I'll also show you where to find skilled freelancers overseas who are professional but super inexpensive by US standards. These guys do excellent work and are just waiting for new projects.
Myth #4. You need to have hundreds of recipes that only you know.
FALSE. Having all your own unique recipes is always best, however, cookbooks can also be a collaborative effort with family and friends who have recipes to contribute. Don't let this common obstacle keep you from getting started.
Myth #5. I will get sued if I accidentally use a recipe that someone else has published.
FALSE. According to copyright law:
“Mere listings of ingredients as in recipes, formulas, compounds or prescriptions are not subject to copyright protection. However, where a recipe or formula is accompanied by substantial literary expression in the form of an explanation or directions, or when there is a combination of recipes, as in a cookbook, there may be a basis for copyright protection.”
Don't get me wrong, I don't advise you to steal other people's recipes, but the law clearly states that you can use a recipe as long as you're not using the "substantial literary expression" from the author's instructions.
Now, don't go and re-write someone's cookbook. Be original, find you're own idea. But at the same time, don't let this stop you from starting your cookbook - just ask your lawyer for advice.
Myth #6. You need to be very tech savvy or a computer expert.
FALSE. Like I mentioned, these days, user-friendly software and inexpensive freelancers will do everything you need done. After publishing five cookbooks, I still don't know Quark, PageMaker, Typesetting, PHP or any of that techie stuff. If you're savvy enough to log on and read this letter, I can show you how to get your cookbook done.
Myth #7. You need to get a book deal or have a good agent.
The course does cover where to find a good agent and how to get your books in stores. However, you can also do quite well by self-publishing because you keep all of the profits. You don't have to wait around for years hoping that a publisher gets interested in your cookbook. These days it's never been easier to publish your own cookbook at make sales both online and off.
I'll show you services that specialize in helping self-published authors. And once you can demonstrate some sales and a demand for your cookbook, it will be much easier to get a book deal (if you still want one at that point).
Myth #8. All the good cookbook ideas have already been taken and there is too much competition.
FALSE. That's probably the most ridiculous of all the myths that hold people back. There is a lot of competition because a lot of people buy cookbooks. People cook everyday and there are more cookbook buyers than you