Having the ability to create content in book for can be very appealing to many. It is just another way that you can offer something of value to your target market or audience. You might assume that publishing a book is a complex process that requires the assistance of a professional publishing company, but there is a new growing trend of self-publishing. This means that you can lessen the total costs and your investment by choosing to self-publish. Before you create content of this type, it is important for you to understand how much it does cost to self publish a book. Here are some of the key takeaways from this infographic.
1) The Cover
One aspect of your book that is sure to cost money is the cover design. The cover design of any book is important and is the first thing that readers will notice when they are looking to buy your book. The average cost of cover design when you are self-publishing can range, but is typically around $700. This means that it is possible to have your entire cover designed for $200 or less, but this is not always the norm. It is much likelier that you will be paying more to have the cover of your book designed by a professional that knows what the reading audience desires.
If you are really looking to save money when you have your book self-published, it can be a good idea to consider having the interior and the exterior of your book designed by the same company at the same time. This type of combo will allow you to get the best deal possible on both services and actually save some money in the long run. The average cost of combo services is $1,000, but this is much more affordable than paying for both separately.
When you are looking to self-publish a book, it is also essential that you do not forget about the cost of editing. Having your book edited by a professional is essential if you want your book to be taken seriously and to ensure that you are looked at as a professional writer. This is the only way to ensure that there are no typos and that the words of your content are not misconstrued in any way.
Self-publishing can be a great option for you, but you need to be aware of all costs.
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