Being comfortable writing ebooks not only helps you to create and sell your own information products, it's also a highly lucrative skill. You can write for others, as well as for yourself.
BTW, if you're writing for others, you should be charging around $2000 to $5000 per ebook, as a rule of thumb. I recommend that you get comfortable writing ebooks for yourself, then use these as your "portfolio" — your buyers want to know that you can actually complete the project for which they hire you.
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