In a short 7-minute interview with Jeff Walker, Dean Jackson reveals his simple 2-step process to sell high-end events with a single email or Facebook post. Dean regularly sells out his events (costing anywhere from $5,000 to $20,000). You can use these same two steps to sell books, webinars, workshops, memberships, services, coaching, and more, […]
The requirements for getting a book published are simple: A great book, an author platform, and a book proposal (if you want to submit your book to a major publisher).
How do you make up to $150,000 from your book before it’s even published? Here are four ways that you can make anywhere from $5,000 to $150,000 before your book is published: 1. Coaching and consulting 2. Bulk sales to corporations, associations, or catalogs 3. Presales to your tribe or subscribers 4. Advertising in or […]
The discovery issue still remains. So I’m hoping you will consider taking a chance as I ask my core fans to sign up for a pre-order of multiple copies. Three or eight or even more copies, the first off the press, sold at a radical discount, to readers who also become passionate distributors. Fans who […]
Here’s my I-Don’t-Have-Any-Time Hour-a-Day Book Marketing Plan: Do one thing a day. Focus on creating relationships with high-traffic targeted websites (targeted to your audience or your topic). . . .
In my experience, the major error that new book authors make is that they stop too soon in promoting their books. Other things begin to pull for their attention and, soon, their book promotion efforts fall by the wayside. I’m going to give you a basic rule — a rule that forbids excuses, a rule […]
Are you thinking about writing a book? Do you know where to begin? What is self-publishing? How do you get listed on Amazon? You will after this show. In this Camel Jacket Chat, Carmen Rojas interviews author Charlotte Pierce. For more on book marketing, ebook promotions, Internet marketing, social media, and self-publishing, go to http://www.bookmarketingbestsellers.com
Fritz Foy, Macmillan’s executive vice president for digital publishing and strategic technology, said that in limited testing the Next Big Book tool had already provided insights. “The one I couldn’t believe was the absolute overlapping correlation between traffic to an author’s Wikipedia site to book sales,” Mr. Foy said. “It is such a tight correlation […]