Readers DO Judge An eBook By Its Cover by:Michael Cheney
The saying "Do not judge a book by it's cover" is false. People judge everything by its cover and appearance. Even if none of them is a judge
What is the possibility that your ebooks will be judged the same way? A big, big and expected possibility. This is why before everyone start giving out their verdict, arm yourself with the most solid defense in this case: a good and effective ebook design.
Ebook design must-haves:
Once your readers' eye pop, they cannot stop. This is your title should do. It should not only grab your readers, it should bowl them over enough to stop dead in their tracks. And why not? You have something to tell them. The title is just the beginning.
Your title will be the first thing people will judge. It should be interesting enough to pique the curiosity of your readers so they will continue reading what your ebook is all about. This is your hook and bait. The catch will be in the content when they get there.
Crystal Clear Fonts.
Not in the literal sense. More like fonts that are readable and easy to comprehend. Read is the key term. EBooks are read. Using the eyes. And you do not want to strain the eyes that are reading your ebooks.
Impact and Arial are ideal ebook font choices. One or two fonts are fine. A third font is alright. But going beyond that will be an eyesore already. Ease of reading. Keep the fonts simple and steady enough to not cause your readers to have upset stomach and non-stop puking.
You want people to read your ebook. But you definitely do not want them to be blinded with your color choices. The colors you choose matters. They should be pleasing enough to make reading easy as well as enticing.
Vibrant colors can be perfect if designed correctly. These kinds of colors are attention grabbers. Too much of it is a different story though. It would be best to experiment with varied colors to see which one will work best with your ebook design.
Mind Tickling Pictures.
Illustrations on ebook covers can be perfect. How else can you paint your words better than with the use of pictures? A picture can open your reader's mind and imagination. Pictures can also convey your message even before they read what your ebook is about.
Choose the proper pictures to go with your design. You can also come up with your own to distinguish your business from the rest. There is no limit to what you can create and use in your ebook.
The more unique your ebook is, the more it will be noticeable. There are already a lot of ebooks out there. There is still a slim chance that yours will just be one of the usual stuff people will set aside.
Step up from among your competition. Think unique. Plan out a design that readers have not seen yet. Innovate so you can stay ahead.
There are two kinds of judgment: the good and the bad ones. By following the steps above, you are sure to get raving reviews more than catastrophic ones. Which would you rather have?
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About the author
Michael Cheney is a British Internet Marketer who lives in Aberden, United Kingdom. He has been providing coaching products to other internet marketers and has appeared on the CNBC business channel and BBC radio doing interviews for several business talk shows.