Monday, September 16, 2019
Monday, September 9, 2019
Why eBook Is Better At Reaching Your Audience
Torn between writing your print book and writing an eBook?
I am going to share with you some advantages of writing an eBook that you may have never even considered.
We are going to look at creating more visibility for your book.
I write both print books and eBooks and I am going to share with you what you can miss out on and leave money on the table.
Aspiring Writer, you need your coins for your other projects.
You might be thinking after you finish writing your print book you are there. It only takes a few more steps to create an eBook. And it’s well worth it.
You have worked hard researching your audience, so why not continue to extend your reach. It’s a win-win situation for you as well as your readers.
Many writers are just satisfied with getting their books to market without ever realizing how big the market really is.
Think about this wonderful tool called an eBook and what advantages you can gain by presenting it to your audience.
Tip #1 Consider writing your eBook as a companion to your print book as so many people find it as an extra incentive to their audience.
This is a great marketing method. Everybody likes something extra. Offer them a little incentive to come back and shop with you.
Tip #2 An eBook is easy to access on all your electronic devices without carrying around extra items on the go.
Tip #3 An eBook gives you the ability to reach a worldwide market which places you in a huge arena to reach more of your ideal audience.
Tip #4 Keep more of your profit from the sales of your eBooks because there is not any printing, packing, shipping or storage involved.
Tip #5 Places you in total control of introducing your book to the marketplace.
You do not have to rely on others to publish your book if you use traditional publishers. You publish it when you decide its time to launch your eBook.
Tip #6 Opens up streams of income for you and revenue for your business helping you develop more advanced products and services at premium prices.
Tip #7 Your eBooks can list the links to your other resources providing convenience to your readers without them having to look up the information.
As a matter of fact, I like being an indie author. There are many great books in the marketplace that would not have had an opportunity to reach the market through traditional
publishing, and there is less money involved.
So, I encourage you to write your book and express yourself. Use your gift of writing to make an impact in the lives of others while in return you and your family reap the benefits of your gift.
Tip #8 Best of all, writing and publishing an additional product like your eBook helps build your confidence as you are sharing matters that are close to your heart.
Tip #9 You might not have enough material for a print book, but you have enough words to create a short eBook to spread your message.
Tip #10 There are people who prefer an eBook over a printed one. So, why not create multiple ways to produce your content, your message and your story giving your audience a chance to choose which format best suits them.
Consider writing your eBook. It is a simple formatting process that you can do, or you can have someone format your eBook for you.
Wednesday, August 28, 2019
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As an aspiring author, you have a tremendous advantage to create streams of income without money.
That’s right. You can begin just where you are. In whatever circumstance you find yourself in you can begin the upward climb.
The beauty of it all you can start today.
This can work for anyone who needs to supplement their income, whether you are retired or between jobs.
There is no magic wand because it will take work and dedication, but it will work if you work it.
What I am going to show you is no fluff or get rich quick scheme but building your financial freedom.
Yes, it is possible. Let me show you a way you can begin.
Find a subject you can share some knowledge about. Write about something you already know and be authentic.
Connect with your audience. Your audience consists of people whose problems you can solve.
Write your book or eBook filled with solutions to a problem, or how to avoid a problem.
Place your book or eBook on a book platform that can distribute it to your readers.
Use Social Media to let your friends know about your book.
These are a few of the tips you can use to generate a few streams of income from one subject.
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Sunday, August 25, 2019
Solutions to Competition in Business
Are you thinking there are too many books are written on your subject and there is no room for you?
Viewing another writer’s book as better and you can never be a successful writer?
Feeling like you are always behind the curve?
When it comes to writing your book, you must learn how to flip those negativities or use them as stepping stones to propel yourself forward.
Learning to view situations in another light allows you to move ahead into your project instead of being concerned with the competition.
There are simple solutions I am going to outline that will provide you with steps to win every time.
Step #1 Research Your Market
Gather information before you begin writing your book by finding out the questions your audience is asking. Pinpoint the exact pain points and how your message will provide immediate results.
Keep in mind that your audience have busy lives and are looking for immediate solutions.
If you spend time on the internet the frustration you can experience searching for your right answer can be overwhelming.
As an expert in your field, it is pertinent to develop your resources to deliver a qualified resolution. Be known as the writer who took time and showed care.
The extra effort goes a long way and just this little step can make a difference in getting your ideal audience to pay attention.
Researching your market is a step that many writers fail to do because they are too concerned with the competition.
Step #2 Know Your Differences
The market is vast, and no one can be all things to all people. While you are researching the market do the same for yourself and see what qualities you have to offer.
Concentrate on engaging with your audience. Engaging with your audience is a good way to break the ice. There are many tools to help you build a relationship with your audience without being pushy.
As you are considering your book project keep in mind the best methods you will use to get to know your audience. Have a plan. The more you know your audience the easier the conversation.
A conversation comes in many forms. The more passionate you are with serving your ideal audience to obtain their goals the less you will be concerned with your competition.
Many times, writers find themselves distracted by what is around them and lose focus on their main goal.
As a writer, you have an awesome responsibility to transform the lives of your audience.
Find out what questions are still not being answered by your competition. The best way to discover this is through your engagement with your ideal audience.
Step #3 Collaborate
Collaboration is a major key that when used properly will create a dramatic change in your life as well as your competition.
Diversity allows for a wider audience to be reached as both parties combine their resources. Collaboration offer opportunities to advance in areas faster than if trying to accomplish those projects alone.
Any writer who understands collaboration never worries about the competition instead welcome the challenge of growing to new heights.
When you understand how your competition can be an asset you will look for opportunities to connect. We all benefit from teamwork and writing a book is no different.
Turn your writing competition into connections and serve so big the audience that is waiting for your expertise.
Sunday, August 18, 2019
5 Keys To Sell More Books
The desire of every author is to write successful books to convey their message and to generate an income. However, this is not the case in many instances.
Oftentimes, new authors overlook a few main components that will hinder their books from selling.
Let me share some insight to help you sell more books.
1.) Have a well-defined niche audience.
Write to the audience whose pain you have felt considering your expertise and experience. Provide them with solutions and steps to overcome their objectives.
2.) Focus your title.
Your title should reflect the question your audience is asking. Your title can either help your audience out of a situation or show them how to avoid a problem.
3.) Have a book cover that attracts.
Covers sell the book. Have a professional to design a cover that is eye-catching. This entails the color, fonts, and title of the book.
4.) Write a catchy excerpt on the back cover.
Highlight a portion of your story to hook the potential reader to want to explore what is inside the book.
5.) Market your book effectively.
Get the word out about your book immediately before it is completed. Build excitement and momentum. Create a Buzz using every avenue of promotion. This creates a demand for people waiting to purchase your book.
These keys define very key factors that creates anticipation on the author’s point of view to cause a movement in the readers’ actions.
The author has to stir the pot. Aspiring writer it all begins with you. If you do not set the pace, who will?
Know what your audience wants. Highlight the presentation of your book to grab attention, making your potential readers look twice and stop what they are doing and give ear.
Now that you cast the net with your marketing its time to pull in the nets.
I hope this has stirred something inside of you to help you understand that you are the one who sets the pace, not them. They react to whatever you do.
If you sit still and wait. They will sit. If you begin moving with purpose, they will likewise, move to find out what all the noise is about.
You are a vital part of this entire equation.
Sunday, August 11, 2019
Formula For Removing The Fear Of Selling
Check out the details in this video how you can overcome the uneasiness of presenting your products to your prospects.
Sunday, August 4, 2019
We live in a world that is constantly evolving with new ideas and opportunities and still there are those who find themselves stuck in the shuffle.
There was a time in my life when I suddenly found myself in a situation through no fault of my own without a job.
Everything was going well until the bottom fell out. Without any warning, a group of us were being laid off effectively now. Immediately, panic sets in and your mind starts racing trying to find ways to prevent everything that you are building from crashing down.
I have known this feeling twice with back to back episodes. What do you do? You have a family that’s depending on you, bills that must be paid, food, utilities and all the other essentials that deal with life.
Well you can sit there and collect unemployment, or you can decide to do something to prevent yourself from this situation of recurring disaster ever happening again.
Here is where you come in. I meet too many people who are struggling in life trying to work and support families and barely making ends meet. This is a horrible way to live knowing that you are giving your all and still it seems as if you are falling further and further behind. So, I decided since I was at the bottom anyway, what do I have to lose?
I started looking inside of myself to see what I had that I could sell to others who are in a similar situation as I was and help them get back on their feet. Out of my misery, I begin to write books to teach my audience how to use their knowledge and experience to teach others. This is a great way to provide an income for all involved.
Money problems are real and no matter how hard you try you cannot avoid all the situations. Do you know how many people suffer depression and have contemplated committing suicide over a lack of income? It is startling to think of the pressure that one must endure as they are facing this dilemma.
Writing can not only provide a person with self-comfort, but it can yield a way to boost morale. Turning someone’s sorrow into joy is a great achievement.
This blog is for everyone who is looking for an opportunity to share their story and make a difference in the lives of others. Writing your story does not have to be perfect, but it must be true.
Begin where you are. Share with your audience solutions to remove their pain points. Provide them with answers and resources to bring wholeness into their lives.
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