Ep 003: Dave Chesson: How to pick the right keywords to improve your book’s searchability?

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In today’s episode, celebrated Kindle entrepreneur Dave Chesson sits down with us to discuss the three questions he asks himself in order to pick the right keywords to improve a book’s searchability. Learn how to boost your book’s clicks on Amazon, double your sales and be shown at the top of search results with the Kindlepreneur himself or, as we like to call him, the keyword king!

Dave founded the Kindlepreneur after working with self published authors for years and realizing that their number one problem had nothing to do with writing the book, but about marketing it once it was published. Since then, his SEO tactics and marketing tips have helped hundreds of authors learn how to turn their self published books into bestsellers.
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Ep 002: Rob Cubbon: Is it necessary to launch a book for free on Amazon?

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In today’s episode, Jyotsna sits down with successful author and entrepreneur Rob Cubbon to discuss whether or not it’s necessary to celebrate the launch of your book with a free promo. They touch upon the pros and cons of giving away complimentary products and content, and how doing so can affect your business.

Rob Cubbon initially started out as a web designer, and has grown his business by creating a variety of online courses and becoming a popular self-published author. His latest book, The New Freedom: Ordinary People Are Living Extraordinary Lives & So Can You is a runaway bestseller.
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Ep 001: Kenneth Cheadle: How to organize a book launch event?

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Kenneth Cheadle is the bestselling author of Millenial Takeover and a life coach that helps millennials take their careers to the next level. 

In this episode, Jyotsna and Kenneth discuss options for planning live book events, how they can help authors sell more books, the costs behind them and why they’re beneficial to an author’s morale.

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Ep 000: Jyotsna Ramachandran: Why should you self-publish your book?

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Jyotsna Ramachandran is the founder of  Happy Self Publishing, which has helped over 100 authors since its inception in January 2016. Since creating Happy Self Publishing, Jyotsnahas noticed that there are an increasing number of people who’d like to self-publish their books but are doubtful when it comes to the process behind it. She decided to create The Happy Self Publishing Show as a means to address these issues.

Each episode, she’ll be answering a commonly asked question by interviewing a self-published author who has successfully handled that scenario. In this introductory episode, she talks about the 3 of the most common myths she has encountered about self-publishing and why should one choose self-publishing over traditional publishing. She explains the benefits by discussing the case study of Hal Elrod, celebrated self-published author of The Miracle Morning Series.
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5 Point Checklist To Outsourcing Anything Like A Pro

Once authors understand what should be outsourced and what shouldn’t (see our previous blog post – How the 3 List System Can Boost Author Productivity), they should learn HOW to outsource it in order to get the best value for the money they’ve invested. In our profession, we see a lot of our clients try to outsource components of their self-publishing process and – to be perfectly honest – fail miserably.

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10 Essential Books For Every Entrepreneur’s Library

As an entrepreneur, the learning curve never ends. We’re all only human – meaning that none of us can be great at absolutely everything naturally! While one person’s innate talents might involve a knack for coming up with creative business ideas, another could excel at accounting. We all have our strengths and weaknesses, and newfound entrepreneurs work especially hard at improving their flaws in order to try to successfully tackle it all – especially in the early stages of a startup or business.

From boosting your confidence levels to learning how to stand out from the competition in a crowded marketplace, there is a neverending number of lessons to be had in the realm of entrepreneurship. When I first founded Happy Self Publishing, I absorbed any material I could find about e-mail marketing, building a client base and balancing a social life with a burgeoning business.

Here are ten of the best books I’ve encountered along the way that are a must-read for new or even veteran entrepreneurs.

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