eBooks writing services
Long-form content is about creating authority and generating value. Try Scribly’s eBook writing services and we’ll write your business its very own page-turner.
eBooks are a great way to offer value and collect info.
eBook writing services the Scribly way
Content marketing has evolved over the last few years. Where once it was enough to publish a 500-word article once a week, it’s now essential to produce high-quality, long-form content that blows all other content out of the water. Your content needs to be the best that readers can find, and often this can be done in a long-form eBook format.
But let’s face it: writing can take a long time – especially if you want to offer some real value with a full-length eBook. That’s exactly why we created our dedicated eBook writing services.
Our team of qualified copywriters will take care of all of the hard work, so you don’t have to. Once your eBook is complete, it can become a lead-generating machine as a key asset in your content marketing strategy. Offer it for free in exchange for an email address or simply share it as part of your marketing funnel – the choice is yours.
And, because it’s Scribly, you can be certain that every word will be professionally placed on the page. Because we’re not just passionate about content marketing – we wrote the book on it.
How our eBook writing services work
Getting your eBook underway with Scribly’s eBook writing services couldn’t be easier.
It’s so easy, in fact, that we can explain it in just 4 steps:
- Pick out the perfect content marketing package for you, or request a single one-off order.
- Submit your brief using our easy-to-follow guidance.
- We’ll review your brief and assign your eBook to the member of our copywriting team with the most relevant experience in your niche. Want more than one eBook written? No problem – we’ll always try to assign the same copywriter to ensure a consistent tone of voice.
- Your eBook will be delivered back to you in as little as 5 working days.
Simple, right? Get in touch today to start creating your eBook with Scribly.
How could an eBook boost your digital marketing strategy?
If you’re not familiar with eBooks as part of a content marketing strategy, the idea might strike you as a little odd. After all, aren’t eBooks more suited to a rainy Sunday afternoon?
The truth is that digital marketing has changed radically in recent years, and with it, the marketing funnel.
As your overall digital strategy does its work to draw in potential leads to your website, you need the perfect piece of content to deploy at the perfect time. And an eBook is the ideal way to demonstrate big value to your prospects. One excellent tactic is to offer your eBook free of charge in exchange for an email address.
It’s decisions like these which contribute to companies with a content marketing strategy converting 6x more leads than those who don’t.
Beyond the conversion rate benefits of an eBook writing service like Scribly, putting together long-form material like an eBook can help you:
- Drive engaged traffic to your website
- Generate real brand authority for your business
- Support the content marketing funnel
- Provide fuel for your social channels
- … and much more
Want to know more about this unique marketing strategy?
Get in touch with Scribly today and we’ll show you an example of one of our eBooks.
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As long as you want! It really does depend on the topic and purpose. As a general rule, we’d recommend a minimum of 2,500 words, though a comprehensive guide could be as many as 25,000.
We’ll be honest, we’re not experts when it comes to the design side of eBooks – but we do have design friends that can help. If you asked us what makes a compelling eBook from a content formatting perspective, though, we’d say:
- Include a table of contents so your readers know what to expect and what each section covers
- Break up the text with headings and subheadings so it can easily be skip read
- Use bullet points and lists to present information clearly and concisely
- Pick a nice font, and have generous spacing and margins – legibility is key
- Keep sections, paragraphs, and sentence short and sweet
- Add visuals to make the text more engaging
- Test the finished product on multiple devices – it should be just as legible on a phone as a laptop or desktop
So you’ve done the hard part of writing your eBook, now it’s time to market it so it reaches your target audience and you can get the most value out of it.
Step 1: Create a landing page
If you don’t have one, create a dedicated landing page on your website to promote your eBook. This page should be SEO optimized and include a compelling title, a brief summary of what readers can expect to learn, and a call-to-action that encourages them to download the eBook.
Step 2: Leverage social media
Promote your eBook by sharing snippets, quotes or graphs from its pages (it’s all about whetting the appetite) and link to your landing page. You could even use paid ads to reach a wider audience.
Step 3: Use email marketing
Whether you opt for a short e-blast, create a longer newsletter that summarizes your eBook, or share the entire first page to pique their interest, emails are a great way to promote your eBook to your existing data base.
Use Scribly – just kidding (sort of!).
We totally understand that writing an eBook can seem like a daunting task, but it’s not as difficult as it might seem. You just need an interesting and relevant topic to talk about, and an expert opinion to offer. We can help with creating an outline for your book, conducting research and gathering information, writing the first draft, and editing and revising. If you want us to, we can even work with our designers to format the eBook and add visuals, like images, graphs and charts.
After that, we’ll leave the promotion to you (think social media, email, optimized landing page, etc).
In a business context, an eBook isn’t an online version of a book. Instead, it’s a digital publication that is created by a company to provide information on a particular topic. Usually, it acts as an education piece, providing a target audience with valuable insights.
In the past, we’ve written eBooks that act as indepth guides, like ‘The Essential Guide to Build, Grow and Monetize your Video Content’, as industry insights, like ‘Women in Technology: The Gamechangers’, and as data-led opinion pieces like ‘The State of Ecommerce in 2023’.
If you offer an eBook for free to potential customers in exchange for their contact information, it can act as a lead magnet. You can then follow up with marketing efforts. eBooks can also be used as a content marketing tool to build brand awareness and establish your company as an industry thought leader.