San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) October 17, 2007
Multi-media ebooks, previously an obscure high tech option inaccessible to the everyday web citizen, have finally gone mainstream with today's launch of the Alive Ebooks Portal at http://www.AliveEbooks.com.
Ruby Yeh, founder of AliveEbooks.com, has successfully married consumer-friendly interactive ebooks that are easy and entertaining for readers, with a lucrative publishing and marketing portal for both new and veteran authors.
For the authors, this means a new platform for ebook creation that will rival all other information distribution options, because it will bring their unique message to life with state-of-the-art audio and video in one easy-to-create ebook format.
Alive Ebooks' innovation allows non-technical authors to join the web audio/video revolution and significantly boost their publishing earnings.
For the readers, as they are reading an Alive Multi-media ebook, they can now also hear and see the authors in a captivating conversation and presentation style.
That multi-sensory experience creates a powerful and intimate connection between the readers and authors, previously unavailable through text alone. This bond instills a strong interest from the readers to desire more of the authors' works.
For the Alive Multi-media ebook consumer, it means a new way to read ebooks that is far more pleasurable. It's a multi-sensory experience of "read a little -- listen a little -- watch a little," that is satisfying for everyone regardless of their learning preference.
In our time-strapped culture, it's a fun, fast read that makes for a greater retention of information and a more rewarding experience, both from a business and personal perspective.
The Alive Ebooks Network also offers new promotional opportunities for its authors, as the AliveEbooks.com website acts as a portal and vibrant community which brings readers and authors together like never before. Readers can enjoy a wide-range of topics that are inspirational, provocative and empowering.
The revenue potential for this innovative medium is far-reaching, as both well-saturated and previously untapped markets alike can now be exposed to the power of online marketing in dynamic new ways.
The ease of use is one of the more compelling reasons that this launch is such a landmark event.
"I designed this service for anyone, so you don't have to be tech-savvy to use it," explains Alive Ebooks Network Founder Ruby Yeh.
"I've made it easy and fun for the ebook reader to access, while also making it completely 'dummy-proof' for any author to bring their unique message to the world. We do all the technical heavy lifting and also help the authors to market their multi-media ebooks. The result is an entertaining and rewarding community for both authors and readers."
All that's needed for a new or published author to get started is 40-60 pages of text. The audio and video aspects of the Alive Ebooks experience can be created easily by talking into the company's phone recording service and using any inexpensive camcorder.
In 3 months time, an author could be making money from a finished multi-media ebook, as opposed to 2 years, which is the average amount of time a new author takes to go through the process of writing and publishing their first book.
AliveEbooks.com launches today, so authors and readers can visit the site and begin experiencing the pleasure and power of interactive ebooks immediately.
With her experience in running online communities and creating software for the non-technical mass market, Ruby Yeh's passion is to harness the power of technology to gather and mobilize people to share their visionary messages that teach and empower others.
Her vision for AliveEbooks.com becomes a reality today, truly a historic day for the Internet. All aspiring and published authors, ebook and book readers are urged to visit the website at http://www.AliveEbooks.com to experience the exciting innovation for yourself.