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Supercharge Your Book Description

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Summary

The key to a good formatted book description is knowing HTML coding tags.

Do you worry that you won’t have the time to learn complex code or may not understand it? Or that you may potentially mess up the perfect blurb that you bought? You are not alone. These reasons keep many authors from making their book descriptions stand out. Read on to see how this easy to follow guide will help you.

Building on my 15 years’ experience as a computer programmer and my 11 years as a technical scuba diving instructor, I have constructed this step-by-step book with you in mind. This book will take you by the hand and show you only the HTML tags you need to know. With this knowledge you can make your book description pop in under 1 hour.

This book is full of easy to use examples that you can use instantly. We start by going over the basic tags such as Paragraph, break line, bold, underline, italic and 6 header tags so you can quickly make easy but effective changes to your description. Then we go to sub scripting as well as super scripting tags, special characters such as these (∝, ∞, ∠, ∴, ∑, π, ¢, &, ©, ®, √) as well as numbered and un-numbered lists. This can easily set your book above your competitors’ books. From there we go to more advanced tags such as changing the font and color to inserting page breaks, strikeout and more to give your book description that professional look that will make people say yes I want this book.

This step-by-step guide teaches:

1: How to make your hook stand out with bold and header tags that can get 200 to 300% more customers to read the rest of the book description and buy your book.
2: How to use paragraph, underline, and break line tags to make your book description look better than 95% of your competitors in 1 hour or less.
3: How to use numbered and un-numbered list to quickly convey the main points of your book that could cut bounce rate down by 50% or more.
4: Easy to use examples code that you can use instantly with no coding experience needed.
5: How to instantly test your description in your web browser before releasing it. This can save embarrassing formatting errors from slipping through that could kill your sales.
6: You can use the same tags to enhance your website or blog posts to increase the amount of readers that click your links to buy your books.

The bottom line is that even with the best book description, if you don’t present it in an easy to read and good formatted way, you will lose sales.

If even one change you implement from this book increases your sales by one book a month, how much would that be worth to you? The price of a good cup of coffee? The price of this book?

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