Ep 021: The Merrymaker Sisters: Is it a good idea to sell my book exclusively on my website?

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In today’s episode, we sit down with the Merrymaker Sisters to discuss whether selling your book exclusively on your site versus via traditional online retailers such as Amazon is a good idea. As the founders of a lifestyle empire that reaches over 1.5 million readers each year, the Merrymaker Sisters recently published their latest cookbook, Get Merry, and have been selling it exclusively to their existing audience on their website. Join us as they highlight the pros and cons of avoiding traditional online retailers and going the DIY route when it comes to making book sales.
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Ep 020: Azul Terronez: Should I hire a book coach and how do they help?

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In today’s episode, we sit down with Azul Terronez to discuss why you should hire a book coach and how they can help you as an author. Azul Terronez is passive income guru Pat Flynn’s book coach and has encouraged countless authors to find a vision for their books and take the actionable steps to make it happen. Join us as the bestselling author of The Art of Apprenticeship explains why gathering the confidence to write and finish your book is the most important step in the process and how a book coach can help you decide on the right message in order to change your career’s trajectory.
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6 Foolproof Methods To Uncover Bestselling Ideas For Your Next Book

It’s one thing to write a book, but another to write a book that people will actually want to read.

With thousands of new books being self-published every single day, how do you decide on a topic that will draw in an audience’s interest, set itself apart from the pack and sell?

Deciding on your book’s topic is no easy feat. As an author, you’ll be tied to your work for life – so it had better be good! And you’ll be investing months of your time into the process of writing it, so you should be prepared to spend months living, breathing and dreaming of your subject.

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Ep 016: Honorée Corder: What’s the best writing method to follow when you’re co-writing a book?

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In today’s episode, we asked Honorée Corder about which writing methods were best to follow when co-authoring a book. As the author-entrepreneur behind over 20 books, including the bestselling You Must Write A Book, Honorée has worked with numerous co-authors, including the famed Hal Elrod. Join us as Honorée highlights the benefits of partnering with a co-author, how to pick the right one and the ideal practices to make the working process between the two of you more efficient.
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Ep 015: Morgan Gist Macdonald: Is it necessary to hire an editor if I have an excellent command over the English language?

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In this episode, we sit down with Morgan Gist Macdonald to highlight the importance of hiring an editor for your self-published book – even if you’ve got an excellent command over the English language! Morgan is the founder of Paper Raven Books and the bestselling author of Start Writing Your Book Today. Join us as she discusses how spelling and grammar mistakes can negatively impact your Amazon reviews, lead to lowered book sales, prevent you from signing traditional publishing deals and hinder your chances of collaborating with industry leaders in your field.
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Ep 011: Austin Netzley: If I have just $500 to market my book, can it still become an Amazon bestseller?

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In Episode 11, we sit down with author and marketer Austin Netzley to discuss how to stretch your book marketing efforts on a shoestring $500 budget. Austin is the founder of Epic Launch, one of the most celebrated book launch companies operating today. He has worked with authors Brian Tracy and Peter Woods and has helped launch hundreds of books, moving more than 1.5 million copies worldwide. He is also the author of Make Money, Live Wealthy – which was a bestseller in multiple categories on Amazon for over 100 days straight.
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Ep 010: Pia Edberg: How do you maintain your book sale consistently even months after the launch?

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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.
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How To Successfully Convert Your Book Into An Online Course

With the online learning sector projected to generate over USD 100 billion in 2017, virtual education is in its prime. People feel a lot more comfortable spending money for educational purposes online than they once did, and this mindset shift has paved the way for 95% of American universities to start offering e-learning outlets, as well as for a variety of bloggers and professionals to begin adapting their content into online course format.

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