Write, Publish & Market Your Book to Build Your Business & Brand
Are you confused about the differences between Self Publishing and Traditional Publishing? Our book 7 Costly Mistakes When Choosing a Publisher: Self-Publishing Secrets That Will Save You Thousands shows you how to avoid major publishing mistakes by reading the tips and secrets on choosing a publisher.
5 Valid justifications to Pick Print-on-Demand Publishing
The long restless evenings are finished. Your original copy is prepared! What next? Would it be advisable for you to send it to a few friends to peruse? Would it be a good idea for you to post it on your blog for the world to see? Would it be advisable for you to send it to a publisher? Would you be able to confide in somebody with your original copy? Questions like these frequently over worry new authors. After all the diligent work, one doesn’t have an inkling how to manage everything they created. This is when independently publishing, acts the hero. Independently publishing just allows you to do the distributing at your very own expense without the assistance of a publisher.
More and more writers are self-publishing to tell their unique stories, share their life story or share their business. Many long to have their work distributed through a regular publishing company, but that dream means having less control over your work.
Ownership is great and being online helps open you up to the other options out there. When self-publishing you may experience struggles with getting your books enough exposure. However, the costs and experience of putting the book together can bring about many revelations. Here are a few keys to success: Read more
You may struggle in attracting new and or loyal customers as a small business owner. This can be a challenge, especially in the beginning. Of the many ways to market your business and products or services, there is one that will also assist you in achieving a connection with your community by sharing your thoughts and experiences with them in your very own book.
It doesn’t have to be a 400-page novel about your business. It need only be relevant enough to engage your intended readers. It can be a self-help on entrepreneurship or a memoir about your journey to where you are today. Either, can build trust and encourage more authentic connections with your audience. Here’s a quick version of everything you need to know. Read more
The process of writing a book can teach you a great deal about entrepreneurialism, from consistency to marketing. You can expedite things by hiring a ghostwriter or speaking into a voice recorder and recruiting a transcriber. However, the classic journey that requires you to take the responsibility of crafting and typing each word can impart greater returns in the form of lessons learned and habits formed. Read more
In this week’s edition of how to create a bestseller we will focus on how to get your book to number one and what that provides!
Promoting to number one takes the right strategy and focussed promotion.
- Self-Publishing Sucess!
- Promote! Promote! Promote!
- Get Reviewed!
- Have a Party!
This week’s edition of how to create a bestseller focusses on the professional services you may want to employ when taking on writing and publishing a bestseller.
There are a few questions to ask yourself when you begin the process of writing a book aside from your purpose and target market. As we said last week, your purpose for writing the book directs your content and promotion. Your purpose along with certain other factors will help you determine what professional services you will need to employ.
- How much time do you have?
- What skills do you have in writing?
- How professional and polished do you want to appear?
This week’s edition of how to create a bestseller focusses on your purpose for writing a book and how that can direct you to the best approach. Your purpose is one of the first fundamentals to consider. A strong purpose assists in determining your target audience and your content.
1. Are you wanting to share a story to make a difference?
- Your target audience would be the group most likely to benefit from your message.
- Your message would then be answering the questions and addressing the concerns of that audience.