my answer is... both. i have many ebooks with re-seller rights, but i am picky about the content and how often i advertise them. soem sell well, others, much slower.
i am creating a couple of my own educational type ebooks also soem of my novels are being pubilshed as ebooks.
reseller rights is a good starting point to money making. and i do pretty well.. but chose wisely
Thanks with the ebook making such a great comeback these days I am searching into creating one but I might take the suggestions and not re-create the wheel try to sell whats already been done just choose wisely while I work on my ebook thanks for the answer.
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