An E-Book (electronic book) is a paperless book that can be read on multiple portable electronic devices. With the rapid growth of e-book and tablet computer sales, this is a great time to get into e-books.
Business eBooks are a cost-effective, low-risk way to share ideas, expertise, knowledge, techniques and to establish the author as an authority in their field. Also publishing an eBook is substantially easier and cheaper than getting a traditional print book published. Taking the time to write an eBook is the only real overhead involved however KJS Media offer this service for fast growing and expanding companies/enterprises.
E-Books are far more easily accessible to the general public and can be purchased twenty four hours a day all around the World. E-books are delivered almost instantaneously and consumers can purchase, download and start reading them within minutes.
E-Books are regularly updated which is vital within some specific industries. With relevant information which may be required for consumers or businesses it is important for information to be current when changes are applied.
Your target audience can store thousands of E-Books on their computers and these can be shared with ease amongst families, friends and co-workers. E-Books are also more portable and convenient when stored onto your desktop computer, notebook or eBook reader.
E-books can be interactive and contain audio, video and animations, which can enhance the message that you are trying to convey as the author.
Fonts in e-books can be resized, making it easier to read for people with disabilities. With an additional software it is possible to turn some of the e-books into audio books.
Easy links to your company websites and other references can be placed in an electronic book. While reading, clients can click on hot links to other places to find out more. With the proliferation of wireless networks, this will become even more useful.
E-books allow consumers to search entire libraries with a depth and convenience that cannot be matched by printed books. They also allow them to search within a particular book very quickly and easily. In both cases this can be very useful and is a feature printed books simply cannot match.
This is an emerging technology and people are often slow to change. But as the quality of monitors improve and become more compact and mobile, more and more we’ll be reading electronic books.
A new report by Books and e-Books UK 2014 is trying to quantify the parallel between cheaper books and reading more. Their data suggests 26% of consumers who have bought an eBook in the last year are reading more than they used to, because eBooks cost less than paperbacks, a figure that rises to 38% of 16 to 24-year-olds.
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