Offering a free e-book is a really good way to add value to your website or blog. But how do you get all that content in one publication without months of work and planning?

Easy: by using your blog.

A week ago I finished ghost writing my first e-book. I was initially a little daunted by the idea, but as I got going with the writing process, it struck me how similar writing an e-book is writing a batch of blogs for a client.

Freelance blogging is a daily task for me, so there’s no reason why I shouldn’t write more e-books using the same techniques – and even the same content.

Funnily enough, the excellent Social Media Examiner website just posted an excellent blog about turning your content into a real book. It’s something I can think about doing myself, but I’ll also pass on this link to clients so they can get more value from their blogs and articles.┬áThere are some really good motivational tips in this piece as well.

If you need an e-book writer, don’t hesitate to send us an email. I’m looking forward to writing my next e-book!

5 Ways to Go From Blogger to Published Book Author (Social Media Examiner)

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Claire Broadley

Technical writer, blogger, and editor at Red Robot Media
Claire Broadley is CEO at Red Robot Media and Lead Editor at She is a professional tech blogger writing for a range of publications on online privacy, consumer technology, and small business services.
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