How to Blog a Book Audio Course!

How do you blog a book? Find out how. Listen to this recording.


3 MP3s--1.5 hours--chock full of information about why you should blog a book and how to blog a book. Everything you need to get started blogging your book today!

Part 1
Why you should consider blogging a book.
Who should consider blogging a book.
What subjects to blog a book about.
10 good reasons to blog your book.

Part 2
How you choose a topic for your blogged book.
How you line up resources for your blogged book.
How to map out content for your blogged book.

Part 3
How to create a business plan for your blogged book.
How a business plan helps you achieve blogged book success--buildt-in readerships or platform.
The proposal processa and how to apply it to a blogged book.
How to land a publishing deal or prepare for self-publication.

Plus, a FREE GIFT: How to Write Blog Posts and What to Write About
This additional MP3 teaches you:
How often to post.
The appropriate length of posts.
What tone of voice to use.
What items to include in posts.
AND if offers you 20 blog posts ideas for fiction and nonfiction writers.


How to Blog a Book Audio Course
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10 Ways to Blog a Book Fast E-Course

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Want to promote yourself and your book?

Blogging a book provides one of the fastest and easiest ways to write a book today. In just months you can have a complete manuscript ready for editing and design if you are diligent about writing and publishing your posts. Plus, in the process, you build author platform and possible attract an agent or a publisher.

  • 15 audio clips 
  • 2 bonus tips 
  • 25 questions to answer 
  • 10 activities to do 

Everything you need to start blogging a book fast!

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Listen to this 1-hour teleseminar recording (MP3) to learn all the basics of blogging a book.

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How to Evaluate Your Book for Success!
A Step-by-Step Workbook for Conceiving a Successful Book Before You Give Birth to It
(And f
or Compiling the Information Necessary for a Nonfiction Book Proposal)

What’s your greatest fear as an aspiring author?   

That you’ll fail in your endeavor to become a published writer? 
That you’ll never find a publisher    willing to offer you a contract?

That you’ll write and publish a book and no one will read (buy) it? 

 

Fear no more. 

 

In this workbook you will find a process—an industry standard—proven to assess whether or not your book idea (or manuscript) has what it takes to make it in today’s publishing market. By using this tool, you can create a successful book—one that sells to readers and to publishers.

 

Many authors sit down and write their book without really knowing what it’s about or if it’s a viable idea or one that can succeed. Success in the publishing world means the book will sell. It’s a huge waste of time and energy to go to all the trouble of writing a full manuscript if you don’t know if anyone will buy your book once it is published. 

Everyone―even those writers planning on self-publishing their books―should go through the "nonfiction book proposal process" inlcuded in this workbook. It provides a wonderful assessment tool that helps you figure out if the book you want to write is viable, or salable. Using this workbook, you will look at your idea through the lens of a book proposal, and you'll soon know if it has a chance of succeeding in the market or not. If you’ve already written a manuscript, the proposal process helps you evaluate if you need to re-angle your book, alter the title, add features or benefits, etc. It also will tell you if you need to toss the manuscript in the garbage and start on a new one.

The proposal “process” doesn’t involve actually writing a completed nonfiction book proposal. By moving through the 9 steps, you will compile all the information necessary to write a proposal should you want to do so later, and you will hone your idea and conceive a book idea that sells—to publishers as well as to readers.

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If you've read all the books on how to write a book proposal and you are still at a loss for how to actually put the pieces together, save yourself some time and money with this plug-and-use template. It will help you format your proposal to industry standards. Plus, if you've already used the Evaluate Your Book For Success Workbook, this is the perfect follow-up document. Simply take the information you've compiled and start dropping into into this document. Then polish and hone until you've got a winning proposal.

Easy-Schmeasy

Cost: $14.99


What is an Author's Platform and How Do You Build One?

Every author needs a platform--a built-in readership. You need one to sell your books, ebooks and other products and services. You need one if you want to land a contract from a publishing company; they expect you to have readers ready and waiting to purchase your book. Thus, you must build this platform long before you decide to release a book. You need to do this prior to releasing any other printed product as well. 

How do you build this coveted platform? With newsletters, blogs, social networking, websites, ezine articles, and spoken words. This special report will teach you the basics of how to put all these "rocks" together to create a strong platform upon which you as an author can stand. It's filled with tips and tools you can implement immediately, including:

  • 4 Tips for Writing Newsletters that Build Lists 
  • 6 tips for Successful and Efficient Social Networking
  • 4 Tips for Building Author Platform with a Blog
  • 3 Techniques for Building an Author’s Platform with Your Website
  • 6 Ways to Build Author Platform Using Spoken Words

When you purchase this special report you receive a BONUS RECORDED COACHING TIP: "Making Promotion Fun!"

How to Build a Platform Special Report

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Using the Internet to Build Your PLATFORM One Article at a Time

Today, most book publishers require that nonfiction writers take on most of the promotional and marketing duties necessary to sell their books. However, to accomplish this job, nonfiction writers have to begin promoting and marketing their books long before they hold the bound tome in their hands. They have to begin building what the industry calls a “platform,” a base of potential readers that know them as an expert in their field or on their subject from their speaking, writing and presence on the radio, television and Internet. (Actually, fiction writers need a platform as well.)

Expert platforms consist of:

  • numerous appearances on radio and Internet talk shows and television talk and news shows
  • frequent quest blogs
  • a well-know presence in on-line forums and social networks
  • popular videos or pod casts
  • frequent interviews on other peoples’ pod casts
  • your own Internet, radio or television show
  • a multitude of published articles or books in both print and Internet publications
  • an extremely-large mailing list
  • frequent talks and presentations given to small, medium and large groups

For nonfiction and fiction writers alike, writing loads of articles for specialty and mass-market magazines and newspapers and for e-zines provides an infinitely-easier method of platform building than any of the others. While publishing articles in traditional print publications is advisable and encouraged, and magazines and newspapers carry a lot of clout, when it comes to platform building, the easiest way to start building your platform involves writing and publishing articles for on-line publications. As these articles are published, you will begin to achieve expert status. You will find yourself also asked to speak for organizations and at events, to be interviewed by podcasters, and to appear on radio and television shows. As a result, you will end up with a platform large enough to please any publisher large or small. Add to that a great book idea and some great writing skills, and you’ll soon have a published book. (If you’re a self-published author, your platform will help you get readers buying your book.)

Start building your platform today by writing articles and offering them to e-zine directories on line! Purchase this e-book, Using the Internet to Build Your PLATFORM One Article at a Time, to find out how!

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