Have you been wondering how to sell your booklet to quantity buyers once it’s finished? Are you concerned about the cost of printing hard copies? Then, this post is for you!
Why Printed Hard Copies Aren’t Necessary
You don’t ever have to print a single hard copy of your booklet unless you want to or you make a deal to do so. In fact, you don’t even have to produce your booklet beyond your manuscript to make a sale.
It is entirely possible to sell your finished (and by finished I mean completely polished) manuscript to a quantity buyer and let them go through the production and printing process as part of the deal.
This means all you have to do is write your manuscript and make sure it is grammatically correct and polished, ready for printing. This gives you the advantage of not having to pay for production, and it gives the buyer the advantage of being able to produce the booklet in a way that is acceptable to them, and for probably far less than they could purchase printed hard copies from you. It’s win win.
Who Will Buy Your Booklet By The Truckload?
Now that you know you don’t have to produce hard copies, you are probably wondering who to sell your manuscript to. Who would buy your manuscript and print thousands of copies? The answer lies with the subject of your booklet.
Your booklet’s subject should be targeted to a particular market. For example, your booklet might be written to dog lovers, or women over 40 going through menopause, or parents of an only child. Whoever your booklet is written to, that is your market. All you need to do is find charities or businesses or corporations who are trying to reach the same market you are, and you’ve got a match for your booklet.
Putting It All Together
Your booklet doesn’t need to be completely produced and printed in order to be a product. Your manuscript can stand alone as a product. All you need to do is match that manuscript to the right organization and you could receive a big, fat check in the mail!
Nothing could be simpler! There’s nothing to produce or print for you, and the organization who makes the purchase gets to create a product from your manuscript to their specifications. And, since large companies often have in-house printing, they save a bundle of money on their printing costs. Everyone wins!
Now the only question is how many organizations can you find to match your booklet to?
To your riches,
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