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Five Easy Ways to Promote Your Book

Here’s a big fear we all have when it comes to writing a book: What if no one buys it? While that is always possible, with a little planning and advanced buzz, it’s highly unlikely. The key is to get others excited about your book, and to get them talking and sharing the news with […]

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5 Reasons Every Person in Business Needs a Book

If you want to get PR, get clients, get paid speaking gigs and make more money …. There’s one simple answer you probably haven’t considered: Write a book.  It’s true. This one thing—especially if it’s an actual printed book rather than a Kindle or eBook—has the power to grow your business beyond your expectations. You’ll […]

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Four Publishing Options Worth Exploring Today

Too many options to publish a book these days! Which one is the right one for you? For many people, writing the book was the easy part. Whether you have a body of work ready to repurpose (such as a blog you’ve maintained for several years) or a ghostwriter, or you just really like to […]

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Pros and Cons of a Traditional Publishing House, Self-publishing, POD Publisher and using Hybrid Publisher

So many authors ask me all the time, “Should I self-publish?”  My answer is typically, “YES!”  Now, unless you have a ready-made audience anticipating your book (platform), a great agent and real connections in the book industry – you can go the traditional route. But really, first look at your goals for publishing a book.  […]

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Struggling to Write, Promote and Sell Your Book?

PR 2.0 AND PLATFORM  Building is what you need to sell books.  So you were inspired to write and nudged to publish and now you are holding your dream in your hands: your book. It was a hard, tedious process – but you did it. It’s so exhilarating. Until you announce it to the world […]

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7 Things Every Author Website Must Have

Your website is your face to the world. It’s your store. And no matter how many Facebook fans or Twitter followers you have, those social media sites will NEVER replace what your website can do for you as an author. Social Media channels can broadcast your message, brand you, and be the way media “discovers” […]

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