10 ebooks a financial software firm should write

The financial software market is very competitive. If you run a financial software firm, here are 10 ebooks you should write to help you market your business or to add a new revenue stream.

  1. How your software fits within the bigger picture of developing a financial portfolio or managing wealth.
  2. List the different kinds of problems that an user faces and how your software solves those problems (i.e. investors need your trading software do solve inflation risk and political risk; business owners need your accounting software to uncover new profitability opportunities ).
  3. Step-by-step user guide explaining how your software works.
  4. An introductory ebook (i.e. Investing 101 if you sell trading tools; Corporate Finance 101 if you sell accounting software, etc.)< /li>
  5. Specific strategies to for a higher level of success using parts of your software that aren’t used very often.
  6. A collection of best practices, hacks, tips, and add-ons that your clients have found useful.
  7. A collection of interviews, case studies, and step-by-step screen shots from real-life users who are more successful because of your software.
  8. How to use your software with other software (i.e., how to transfer data from unused software; how to get new software to talk to legacy systems).
  9. A handful of client-specific goals and how your software works to help them achieve each goal.
  10. Opportunities for developers: Collect ideas and requests from clients into an ebook for developers about building and selling apps and plug-ins to help specific types of users get even more out of your software.

Aaron Hoos

Aaron Hoos is a writer, strategist, and investor who builds and optimizes profitable sales funnels. He is the author of The Sales Funnel Bible and he's a real estate investor and a copywriter for real estate investors.

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