In this review, I’m going to be taking a closer look at Sqribble — a brand new cloud-based tool that allows you to create eBooks, reports, white papers or other digital books on the fly, quickly and easily.
We’ll cover what it does, who it’s for, how much it costs, what the upsells are, and the pros and cons of this new tool, so you can make a more informed decision about purchasing it… and if it’s right for you.
Sqribble is a cloud-based eBook creator tool. It allows you to create professional looking eBooks, based on templates inside the tool, with a few clicks, saving you a huge amount of time and money.
Unlike other eBook creators, Sqribble immediately caught my attention because it has some really useful features I haven’t seen anywhere else.
Here are a few features that really blew me away:
Automatic content — yep, you can actually use Sqribble to fill your book with expert content, so you don’t have to write a word. This is content from around the web, based on the URL you provide. You can pull content from any URL, paste it directly, extract from a Word doc or from their own library of niche articles. Total game changer.
This is a HUGE time saver and a major plus for anyone who hates writing or doesn’t have time to do it.
Gorgeous eCovers — a lot of eBook tools might save time, but they turn out terrible eCovers for your books. Sqribble is different here. The covers are seriously impressive. They wouldn’t look out of place on Kindle or Amazon, and they instantly look like you’re a professional who commands trust and authority.
Create Flipbooks — this is one of my favourite things about Sqribble. You can turn your “flat” books into interactive flipbooks. This makes your digital book look and feels much more like a real book — with pages that turn (animated like a real book page turning) and make the book look like something you can reach out and grab.
Why does this matter?
It’s about standing out and grabbing attention. Plus, it’s a way to engage your readers better. If they enjoy the experience of reading your book (“flipping” the pages) they’re more likely to get value from your content and keep reading until the end where your pitch or call to action is! Another thing about flip books is that you can embed them on your website with a simple piece of code that Sqribble provides once you publish your book. Awesome!
Sqribble is a versatile tool, with tons more features I found useful. For example, here’s what else Sqribble can do:
— Automatic table of contents
— Automatic headers and footers
— Automatic pagination
— Drag and drop design
— Add or delete pages
— Add your own media
— 300+ Google Fonts
— 50 eBook templates (covering 15 different niches)
— 10 different eBook themes (1 click changes the color scheme of the book)
— Import content from a URL
— Manually add content
And that’s just the stuff I saw inside the dashboard!
There are tons of features packed into this tool, making it one of the best eBook creators I’ve seen, but there is one slight negative point which I’ll cover down below.
Who is it for?
Sqribble is most suited for freelancers, independent internet marketers, small marketing agencies and small business owners who want to create lead magnets, publish Kindle books, create and sell eBooks, or publish white papers.
If you’re also looking to create an additional income you’ll be pleased to know that also included is a commercial agency license to use Sqribble for client work, offering eBook creation services, with the ability to create unlimited eBooks which you can sell and keep all the profits!
They also give you a readily built agency website with a pre-filled portfolio that you can upload to any domain for instant authority so that you can show it off to any new potential clients to get work. (Professional websites like this would cost you at least $600 alone, so it’s really good value.)
Also included is an in-built “Client feedback tool” to collaborate with clients on eBook projects more easily (I love this feature).
Normally $197, but the special launch price is a one-time $47.
Yes, there are currently 4 upsells. You don’t really need all of them to use Sqribble, but they might come in useful depending on your situation and usage.
Here’s what they are:
Upsell 1 — Sqribble professional.
Unlock 150 more professional eBook templates (the best ones are in the professional version), graphics and even more ready—made content for all kinds of niches. (Just so you know, single templates from stock websites would cost you up to $450… for just ONE template!) Great for those that want more variety, content and heavy users.
Upsell 2 — Sqribble Prime.
Get 15 premium “limited edition” new eBook templates added to your Sqribble dashboard every month. This will increase your library over time, and make you stand out from other users. It works out to less than two bucks for a template! (Much cheaper than stock sites.) Great for moderate users.
Upsell 3 — Sqribble Fantasia 3D.
This includes 2-in-1 features.
1.) Unlocks a 3D cover creation tool inside your dashboard, allowing you to turn “flat” covers into lifelike, 3d covers. Great for getting more attention and making your books look and feel more “real.” People do judge a book by its cover, so something to keep in mind.
2.) Create “Flipbooks” that turn your eBooks into interactive and animated pages that turn like in real life. They can be linked to from anywhere online, as well as embedded on web pages with a single piece of code. This is really cool.
Upsell 4 — Auto Job Finder software.
If you’re going to be using Sqribble to create eBooks as a service to get paid, then Auto Job Finder is something that you need. It will automatically find you related jobs across various freelance websites and notify you so that you can fulfil them. A huge time saver and money earner.
— 3D cover is locked behind an upsell
— Easy to use
— Unlimited use (one-time payment)
— Tons of beautiful templates
— Professional page layouts
— Automatic content (saves time)
— Flipbook creator (available through 3rd upsell)
There have been plenty of eBook creator tools in the past, but I haven’t seen any that make the entire process as smooth and quick as Sqribble. It’s surprisingly glitch free (most low-priced tools like this are buggy as hell) and it’s packed with some really cool features.
The templates are very nice looking, the layouts are professional and the fact you can automatically add content makes this a must-have for anyone who’s tired of spending hours slaving over book design, writing content and screwing around with formatting.
The icing on the cake is the commercial license which is included. Normally vendors charge extra for this, so it’s a huge value added bonus. The additionally provided done-for-you agency website is just over delivery.
Sqribble has been developed by Adeel Chowdhry, who is a well-known internet entrepreneur and best seller, with over ten years of experience and has previously created worldwide hits such as Pixel Studio FX which sold tens of thousands of units all around the world. He’s known for creating high-quality professional solutions and I expect no less from Sqribble.
If you’re planning to create eBooks, reports or Kindle books in the near future, you owe it to yourself — and your sanity — to pick this up as it’s a tool that you’ll definitely need in your business.
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Isn’t it odd that every year we hear “SEO and blogging” are dead (typically on blogs from businesses selling alternative traffic sources…) and yet it is still considered to be one of the most effective ways to drive engaged traffic to your website?
Hello, everyone, my name is Tyler Sass from Logic Based Marketing and I went on a mission to figure out what is really going on under the hood with Google and I discovered something amazing, Google’s new RainBrain AI.
RankBrain is a dream come true for content marketers who are committed to making amazing detailed content. In fact, rather than SEO and blogging being dead it is one of the best times ever for content marketing and it’s all thanks to RankBrain.
I documented the nitty-gritty details of RankBrain Here and created this infographic that sums it up very nicely for the lovely audience of Unleash The Wealth Within’s viewing pleasure.
The secret I discovered in compiling this information and stripping out the techie talk is one thing that
will make every content marketer smile.
SEO isn’t dead… but tricks for gaming the system ARE dying off and instead they are being replaced by a system that will help get the BEST content to the FRONT of Google and with this infographic that content can be YOUR CONTENT.
The influence that social media websites have on all aspects of human life cannot be stressed enough. Websites like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn are used by billions of people across the globe. As such, they have the power to shape people’s opinions and attitudes on virtually any topic. The effects of social media on human behavior can take multiple forms and their consequences are not to be underestimated. In this day and age the amount of people using social media website is higher than ever before.
Facebook is among the top most popular social media websites in the world and leads the way with 1.59 billion users. Facebook also has the highest market cap of the top three leading social media platforms with $312.78 billion. The photo and video sharing platform Instagram has 400 million users and Twitter is used by 320 million people. The professional social network LinkedIn and bookmarking site Pinterest have around 100 million users each.
When it comes to social media and age groups, teenagers and young adults are the heaviest users of social media. The data collected reported that 92% of adolescents go online every day and 60% of them have shared pictures of themselves on at least one popular social media networks. The majority of teenagers are active on more than one social media website with 71% of teenagers maintaining their presence on several social media networks.
To find out more about the widespread social media phenomenon take a look at the infographic below to find out 115 surprising social media facts and statistics.
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Google claim that the phone is 100% made by themselves. The phone looks just like an iPhone which tells us they’re looking to challenge apple in their dominance.
The phone has an all-metal body with a glass display. It also comes with the fingerprint scanner feature as well as a headphones socket. The only downside feature is that its not confirmed waterproof.
The weight is at 143g, weighing just a tad more than the new iPhone 7. It also feels really good in your hand with its curved edges allowing you to have more grip.
The screen size is 5inch with a full HD screen giving it a crisp look, also making it a tad smaller than other phones. The display is very easy to see in direct sunlight making it one of the best screens fitted to a smartphone.
* Screen: 5in 1080p AMOLED (441ppi)
* Processor: quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 821
* RAM: 4GB of RAM * Storage: 32 or 128GB
* Operating system: Android 7.1 Nougat
* Camera: 12.3MP rear camera, 8MP front-facing camera
* Connectivity: LTE, Wi-Fi, NFC, Bluetooth 4.2, USB-C and GPS
* Dimensions: 143.8 x 69.5 x 7.3-8.6 mm * Weight: 143g The pixels retailing price is £599 with 32GB of storage and £699 with 128GB. You can get it in black or silver, if you live in the US blue is also available.
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There’s literally hundreds of thousands of people into online business these days. There’s affiliate programs for thousands of different companies, many of whom offer commissions for advertising their products and helping to get them sold.
But with all this opportunity to make money with commission-based affiliate programs, where should you start? The Internet lives, breathes, and sleeps online business, and there’s MANY different ways to go about advertising to increase sales. In this article, we’re going to be focusing specifically on how to do a sales webinar.
With this step-by-step process, you can increase your sales and profits with easy to follow strategies and “tricks of the trade” that really work. Once you know how to do a sales webinar the right way, you’ll know how to do it for any affiliate program or business you want to promote.
1. The Art Of Persuasion – This skill is useful in both written language and in public speaking. There are multiple aspects of persuasion that you can study to become better at it. Here’s a few links to get you started :
One of the arts of persuasion is Repetition. Most people have subconscious “filters” in their minds that disregard monotonous speech or written text. But once you repeat a specific key point, subject, or fact, 3+ times, people remember it! Why? Because the human mind is “naturally programmed” to be attentive to repeat statements because of survival instinct. Talk show hosts do this all the time. They repeat messages or phrases designed to drive home an important point, and people remember it as the highlight of the program. But you should also be cautious with repetition and use it sparingly, as multiple repetitions are hard to keep track of, get “lost in the shuffle”, and lose their potency with an audience quickly.
2. Motivational Skills – Being able to “motivate” someone into taking action is a precious skill to have. Motivational speakers are famous for igniting passion and hope in their audience, every time they hold a speech.
There are multiple aspects to motivational speaking you can study online to become better at it, and in return, you’ll create a higher quality webinar. Check out the following links for some guidance :
3. Welcoming Social Skills / Demeanor – A proper sales webinar should be done with a welcoming demeanor and overall feeling presented to the audience. Social skills are necessary when hosting webinars, because when you know people in society enjoy who you are, you stand a much better chance in getting your message across. And when you’re a natural “social butterfly”, the audience will be much less likely to become fidgety or uncomfortable.
4. Language Patterns – Reframing, Presuppositions, Single Bind, Double Bind, and Embedded Commands are all examples of language patterns. The better you get at using language patterns used in society, the better you’ll do.
Sure, everyone’s heard of a Catch 22 (which is an example of Double Bind). Which is a term to describe a situation that’s going to end badly, and there’s no way out of it either way. “You’re damned if you do, you’re damned if you don’t. This is some kind of Catch 22!”. But if you get exceptionally good at using Catch 22 Propositions to tempt potential buyers in the webinar audience, you stand to do much better. Here’s a quick example :
Webinar Speaker : “So, you’re stuck in a 9-5 job and you need to make more money. Well, look at it like this : You might keep the job you’ve got, and you might lose it, but either way, I can make things better. You’re current job isn’t earning you enough, and you NEED more money. You’re in a Catch 22, and I’ve got the solution!”
There’s many kinds of language patterns you can use to make your sales webinar shine, but it’s up to you to look them up and see which ones you can use to “fit in” with your sales effort. Here’s a link to a few language pattern sites you’ll find helpful :
5. Involve The Audience Through Participation – A webinar can be made into something more beneficial to the audience when it’s Live, and allows the members to participate through asking questions, being quizzed, competing with other audience members, and more. You get much more accomplished and webinar participants are generally more satisfied when attending Live web events.
A Sample Step-By-Step Sales Webinar – “Mix And Match” These Steps To Create Your Own!
1. Create A Compelling Title For Your Webinar Event – If you’re hosting a webinar exposing hidden theft rings within the software industry, you wouldn’t simply label it as “Theft In The Software Industry”. It sounds boring and uninformative. Instead, using a title like “Software Theft Rings Exposed! Organized Crime Inside The Software Industry!” is much more robust and explanatory.
Make Sure Your Webinar is Branded!
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2. Introduction – Be tactfully brief when explaining what the webinar is all about. Introduce the solution your offering to a problem, and be passionate about the delivering your message. Make it a point to only summarize the product or service you’re offering within the introduction.
3. The “Heart/Guts” Of The Webinar – This is where you go in-depth to explain exactly how and why people should subscribe to your service, buy your product, etc. Statistics help a lot, as do concrete examples of real life situations where your product or service would help. Being able to relate to your audience and exhibit passion about your product or service and how it’s helped you, works well too. (Remember how we mentioned social skills and demeanor help a lot to deliver your message effectively).
4. Conclusion / Final Persuasion Attempt – “Drive home” the main points of your webinar is to with a passionately persuasive outcry to convince the audience your product or service can solve their problem. And don’t come across like you feel indebted or guilty to the audience. You shouldn’t act sheepish to them just for the possibility of them buying your product.
Instead, pleading with them to listen to their inner “voice of reason”, is one strategy. Another is to exhibit genuine “surprised shock” at how well your product or service performed in your own life, and that you yourself were surprised at the results. At the very end, you should be convinced you’ve done a great job, and feel confident about how well you did. If you feel like you “messed up”, then edit those parts of the webinar and republish it.
5. Send A Follow Up Email – It’s a proven fact that webinars sending a “Follow Up Email” have higher sales conversions. When it comes to introductions to a product or idea that’s new, people are always hesitant. Why? Because something new is risky and untested to them. Even if they are genuinely interested, a webinar attendee may let your opportunity slip by them because of uncertainty. Uncertainty itself could prevent them from looking you up again, so making it easier with a posted follow up email ensures they have your contact details on file.
Experts to learn about effective webinars
A Bit About Amy Porterfield : Famous Internet Marketer And Coach
Amy Porterfield is one of the most well known modern day Internet marketing heros there is. She’s worked with Harley-Davidson, Tony Robbins, and more. And with her 14 years of marketing experience, she now teaches entrepreneurs and small businesses how to make the most of their marketing potential.
Amy Porterfield : My favorite success quote is “never let your memories be greater than your dreams.” I love this quote because it’s so easy to get caught in the memories or things that have happened in the past, and I think some of the times, it holds us back from really dreaming big and going for those big goals.
Amy Porterfield : “Okay. I’m going to change lives today, I’m going to impact lives. I’m going to be productive. This is what I’m going to work on.” Just getting really clear how you’re starting your day means so much to the flow of your day and your productivity.
A Bit About Lewis Howes : Famous Multi-Millionaire And Online Business Founder
Lewis Howes is a well known keynote presentation speaker, the author of the book School Of Greatness, an entrepreneur, and business smarts coach. He’s also an Arena League ex-football player.
Lewis Howes : “The world makes room for passionate people.”
Lewis Howes : “Each day you’re presented with a choice. You can either keep your greatness hidden under a pile of fears, regrets, and excuses, or you can let it out. So the best way to begin unlocking inner greatness is to make a conscious choice to live out the rest of today, with the best you.”