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📒Self Publishing By The Seat Of Your Pants ✍ Carole Marsh
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📒Self Publishing Road Map ✍ RJ Crayton
📝Self Publishing Road Map Book Synopsis : Everything you need to know about self-publishing in one handy volume. More than a million books are self-published each year, and most disappear into the ether, seen by only a few. So, how do you self-publish your book and have it make a ripple in this giant self-publishing pond? Designed for use by both the beginner and moderately experienced person, The Self-Publishing Road Map offers practical guidance to make your self-publishing journey a success. The book discusses how to ready your book for publication, where and how to publish online, how to get reviews, and how to market your title. This book gives you all the steps you need to successfully complete your self-publishing goals. This isn't a get-rich-quick book, or a promise of untold riches. This is practical advice that pays off what you put into it. If you're ready to start your self-publishing journey, or already started and want somebody to ride shotgun and navigate, this is the book for you. Buckle up. It's time to go!
📒Selling Sucks ✍ Frank J. Rumbauskas, Jr.
📝Selling Sucks Book Synopsis : Praise for Selling Sucks "Whew! A terrific new book that blows the lid off the old-school methods of selling-which don't work anymore-and shows you how to make sales almost like magic! I love this book!" —Joe Vitale, author of The Attractor Factor and many other books "I love to buy, so I'm going to give every salesperson I know a copy of this book. Maybe they'll finally stop the old-school, hard-sell shtick that compels me (and everyone else) not to buy." —Michael Port, bestselling author of Book Yourself Solid "Selling sucks, but making sales doesn't. Read Frank's book to learn the crucial difference that will almost certainly mean success or failure for your business in the new era of commerce." —Mark Joyner, bestselling author of Simpleologywww.simpleology.com "Ready to join the ranks of the top sales pros? Buy Selling Sucks. Apply its lessons. Then watch your results go through the roof." —Randy Pennington, author of Results Rule! "Rumbauskas has the ability to overcome the obvious and allow his readers to look at sales in a new dimension. While many people focus on sales tricks, Rumbauskas shows, in great detail, how to get your prospects to buy because they come to you informed and trustful of you before you even say 'hello.' He's one of those guys I listen to every time he speaks. He speaks out of tested methods and not opinion. Prior to marketing online, I spent fourteen years running some of the largest automobile dealerships in the USA. This is one book I would make recommended reading for every person who wants to become an elite sales professional. Selling Sucks is a money-making winner." —Mike Filsaime, MikeFLive.com "Selling Sucks is a must-read for any entrepreneur who wants to run a high-profit, high-integrity business. Rumbauskas's advice is inspiring, clear, and more importantly, easy to implement. It's honestly one of the best how-to self-marketing books on the market. Get this book now if you're serious about exploding your sales and making more money." —Marie Forleo, author and Fox News Online Life Coach www.thegoodlife-inc.com "Rumbauskas has written an indispensable guide to moving from an average salesperson to a top sales pro. This is a must-read for anyone serious about their sales career." —Paul McCord, author of Creating a Million-Dollar-a-Year Sales Income
📒Is Self Publishing For You ✍ Libi Astaire
📝Is Self Publishing For You Book Synopsis : If you’re an author with a just-finished manuscript—or an aspiring author dreaming of one day writing a book that will make the bestseller list—you probably know that getting to the last words of your story isn’t the end of your book’s story. Once your book is written, the next step is to get it published. In this quick guidebook, I’ll take you beyond the hoopla and the hype to a down-to-earth look at your publishing options. We’ll look at the pros and cons of traditional publishing, consider when a subsidy press might be a viable alternative, and take an in-depth look at what’s really involved when an author decides to become the publisher of his or her book. We’ll also examine each step involved in the publishing process and come up with some sample budgets. Then we’ll discuss which publishing model might be best for you and your book. You’ve worked hard on writing your book. If you want to make an informed decision about your next step, this book is for you.
📒Comic Book Artist Collection ✍ Jon B. Cooke
📝Comic Book Artist Collection Book Synopsis : Presents collections of articles that cover the history of comic books along with interviews with notable cartoonists.
📒How We Made Our First Million On Kindle ✍ Bob Mayer
📝How We Made Our First Million on Kindle Book Synopsis : We sold 347 eBooks in January of 2011. In just six months, by July 2011, we were selling 65,000 eBooks a month. From that modest beginning, by 2011’s end, we had sold over 400,000 eBooks. This book will give you the details on how we did that and built a seven-figure indie publishing house in just two years. Whether you have been published by a New York publisher, an independent press, an ePublisher, self-published or considering all of your options, this book contains all the information you need to make an informed decision about your career as an author in today’s fast moving digital world. We start out with content and theory, giving you a feel for where the industry has been and where it is going. We cover the various types of publishing, goal setting and help you find where you fit in the 3 P’s (Product, Platform and Promotion). From there we go into the digital process and the nuts and bolts of covers, editing and uploading. Finally we cover pre and post publication strategies. Everything from creating your own unique branding plan, social media and marketing, pricing, understanding the market, metadata and discoverability. All of which is your roadmap to being a successful author regardless of your path to publication. Its a great time to be an author. Lead, follow or get the hell out of the way!
📒The African American Writer S Guide To Successful Self Publishing ✍ Takesha D. Powell
📝The African American Writer s Guide to Successful Self publishing Book Synopsis : Presents an easy-to-follow ten step plan for writing and publishing. This book contains such topics as How to Make Money with Your Self-Published Book, How to Sign Contracts for Large Advances, How to Get a Literary Agent, and How to Craft your ideas.
📒How I Met Your Mother And Philosophy ✍ Lorenzo von Matterhorn
📝How I Met Your Mother and Philosophy Book Synopsis : Like philosophy itself, How I Met Your Mother has everyone thinking. How does a successful show that's been on the air for years suddenly become a hit in its fifth and sixth season? Have you ever wondered why you identify so strongly with Barney despite the fact that he’s such a douche? Or why your life story doesn’t make sense until you know the ending—or at least, the middle? Or where the Bro Code came from and why it’s so powerful? Or why you’d sooner miss the hottest date in your life than have to live in New Jersey? Of course you have, or if you haven’t, you’ll clearly remember from now on that you have. How I Met Your Mother and Philosophy answers all these questions and a whole lot more, including one or two that even you may not have thought of. Twenty of the awesome-est philosophers ever congregated in one bar have come together to quaff a few drinks—and to analyze this most awesomely philosophical of sit-coms. They poke, prod, and sniff at such momentous matters as the metaphysics of possimpible worlds, the misdeeds of Goliath National Bank, the ontology of waiting to get slapped, the epistemology of sexual attraction, why the Platinum Rule is to never love thy neighbor, the authenticity of censoring yourself, the ethics of doing bad things with partly good intentions, why future Ted’s opinions matter to present-day Ted, whether it’s irrational to wait for the Slutty Pumpkin, and why Canadians have that strange Canadian slant on things. This book shows that viewers of How I Met Your Mother and Philosophy know that philosophy is much more than a song and dance routine.
📒The Scrapbooker S Guide To Business ✍ Kathy Steligo
📝The Scrapbooker s Guide to Business Book Synopsis : SEEMS LIKE EVERYONE WANTS TO START A SCRAPBOOK BUSINESS??but not everyone knows how to go about doing it. Do you need a license? What's it really like to run a retail store? Will your spouse make a good partner? How do you patent a product? Can you profit from teaching classes, coordinating events, or making scrapbooks for others? This lighthearted guide has ideas, information, encouragement, and resources for nine different part-time and full-time business opportunities.Whether you want to invest a few hours and a few dollars, or make a significant investment and full-time commitment, The Scrapbooker's Guide To Business shows you how to: ?set goals and plan for success?choose the right business for you?convert your fears into confidence?calculate start-up costs?assess the competition?find customers?manage inventory?get started with a business plan ?get a business license and reseller's permit?set prices for your custom work?and much, much more
📝Corporate PDF Or How I Stopped and Fell Flat in Love with a Copy Machine Book Synopsis : Corporate.pdf leaves you hanging on the edge of your toilet. Of course, those are my words, the words of the author, but what do others have to say about the book? "Yes, I liked the book Jeffrey, now clean the dishes," raved Sandra Horton, my mother. "I can't believe anybody in our family can write this good," is an honest to goodness quote from Grandma Wilma Horton. And Uncle Bob Bentz called the book "riveting, I couldn't wait to turn the page." Sure, my family loves me, but what about my friends? Big Mike Leonard was heard somewhere in Germany saying the book was "so descriptive you could smell the bird poop." Darron Vigliotti, not only a friend but a highly respected member of the Stratford High Book Review, deemed it "the culture-bearing work of the MTV generation." He even went as far as saying that I "crafted" the book. My former roommate, Kristen Vernet, said "It's about damn time," in an astounded tone. I think she's just glad she doesn't live with me anymore. And Erin Specht, a current coworker, read the first thirty pages but couldn't handle the pressure of coming up with a quote about it in two minutes. I can personally assure you that she hugely anticipates reading the rest of the book. Now you, you don't know me, but that's the point. Read the book and make up your own mind. If you enjoy laughing, crying, and taking dumps then you'll love it.