Creating White Papers Responsibily

by Reggie Andersen - Date: 2007-04-21 - Word Count: 276 Share This!

With all the disillusion and uncertainly this this economic world, it makes sense to create additional revenue streams to keep your business alive and well.

One way to do this is by producing specialized content - and then selling it to those with an interest. Selling content in this manner via white papers or special reports really can be lucrative - and fast.

Unless you haven't have internet access for the last ten years, you've probably noticed thousands of ebooks vying for your attention on almost any subject. You can do the same with white papers. Find out which ingredients make customers willing to pay you for material available from other sources, and what elements you should include in your marketing copy to spark their interest in buying now.

Review these variables when creating your special report:

Keep your goal in mind even from the very beginning of your project.

Do you want to find a way to increase sales, while reducing your cost to acquire those sales?

Who are you trying to attract and what is on their minds?

What distribution method will be best?

How large is your market?

Make sure the layout of your special report user friendly and is very easy to read.

Keep in mind that it's basically sales copy in writing.

Make sure you have your facts straight, very brief and to the point.

Write an attention getting headline. Ninety-five percent of your readers will decide if they will read your special report based totally on your headline, so give it much thought and make it outstanding.

Upload your special report strategically. When emailing others, include your white paper URL in your signature line as well as any online marketing area you can think of.

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