-Real-life examples of marketing successes you can emulate
-Guidelines for identifying compelling content
-The secrets to telling unforgettable stories
-Hints, tips and secrets for organizing your ebook
-How to supplement your ideas with stats, graphs, quotes, anecdotes and more
-The right way introduce your ebook
-An even better way to conclude your ebook to encourage reader action
-Practical pointers on tone, theme and style.
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