In Episode 10, we sit down with Pia Edberg to discuss how to consistently maintain book sale figures even months after your launch. Pia is the bestselling author of The Cozy Life, which continues to sell thousands of copies both online and in its printed format to this day – despite being published 9 months ago! Join us as Pia shares her book marketing tips and strategies, including the use of Kindle Direct Publishing Promotions, social media hashtags, Amazon ads, giveaways and more.
In Episode 9, we sit down with Derek Doepker to discuss the ideal methods for authors to narrate their audiobooks on their own. Derek is the bestselling author of 10 books, a self publishing veteran and the founder of popular fitness blog ExcuseProof.com. His books are available in audio format and he has narrated nearly all of them himself. Join us as Derek highlights several DIY ways for authors to voice their own audiobooks, whether they’re hoping to save money or simply connect with their audience on a more personal level.
In Episode 8, we sat down with Lise Cartwright to discuss alternative options to becoming an author for those who don’t have the time or skills to write. Lise quit her job five years ago to become a full-time freelance writer. Since then, she has authored and impressive 28 books – and plans to write 10 more in 2017 alone! She also runs Hustle & Groove, a consulting business that helps convert blogs into profitable side businesses. Join us as Lise explains the difference between being a writer and an author, presents the option of “speaking” your book and highlights the power that angel writing services can provide to those who simply aren’t gifted with the written word.
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Scott Allan is the author of half a dozen bestselling books, including the recently released Do It Scared. With his extensive experience in promoting his work, he shares some of the tips and tricks he’s learned over the years when it comes to launching a book. Tune in as Scott explains how he managed to receive over forty 5 star reviews within the first week of launching his new book, as well as how to effectively put together a valuable book launch team. You’ll gain firsthand knowledge about how to build buzz around your new book, the importance of building a relationship with your readers and the 1000 fan rule in order to garner your most reviews ever!
Writing a book is one of the most time consuming tasks an individual can take on. It requires time, patience and energy – all of which is made more difficult when we have a multitude of other commitments to keep to in life! In today’s episode, we sit down with Jagadhees Thirumoorthy to discuss how he created the discipline to write his book, Conquer Your Dreams, in spite of having a full-time job as a marine engineer.
Join us as we discuss the three questions we ask ourselves before forming habits, including What, How and Why. Jagadhees explains that habits can become second nature to us if they’re backed by a strong enough cause and deadline, and highlights how his often lonely environment at sea helped him achieve his book writing goals.
In today’s episode, we sit down with Chandler Bolt to learn how to effectively run a free shipping launch of a physical book. Chandler is the author of 6 bestselling books including “Book Launch” and the recently released “Published”. He’s also the founder & CEO of Self-Publishing School, an incredibly valuable online resource for writing a book. Through his books, training videos, and Self-Publishing School, he’s helped thousands of people on their journey towards becoming authors.
An emerging trend in today’s self-publishing market is for authors to give away their paperback books for free. Join us as Chandler discusses shipping funnels and click funnels, and breaks down the economics behind CTAC, COGS and AOV in order to help make your book release profitable!
In this episode, we sit down with Kyle Gray to discuss how authors can use content marketing within their book and on their websites to convert their readers into customers. Kyle is the author of The College Entrepreneur and runs a web marketing agency called Conversion Cake, which aims to help startups and small businesses grow with the use of content marketing.
Join us as Kyle highlights how authors can include tools and resources in their books to drive reader engagement, as well as how to address your readers’ needs by creating an actionable book marketing plan including bonuses, e-mail automations and CONTENT!