#018: USA Today Bestsellers with Alinka Rutkowska

#018: USA Today Bestsellers with Alinka Rutkowska

Alinka Rutkowska is the CEO of Leaders Press, a USA Today and Wall Street Journal best-selling publishing company. Alinka creates books for entrepreneurs from scratch and launches them to bestseller status with an impressive 100% success rate. Leaders Press is a hybrid publishing company, and the only one with a sales agreement with Simon & Schuster. A goal of many authors is to maximize their authority in their field and becoming a USA Today best-selling author is the best you can be.

Alinka turns many of her authors into bestsellers through anthologies. Becoming a USA Today bestseller is a huge undertaking. Every book that makes the list is never there by chance. It always takes an orchestrated effort planned well in advance to get the author to that place. By becoming an author in an anthology, you can spread the cost of using a service like Leaders Press to get the bestseller title. Anthologies, like virtual summits, are a great way to connect with other authors and form strategic partnerships. 

A large audience or subscriber list (250K) is the recommended audience for making USA Today bestseller. It’s all really a numbers game, as the more people you can reach, the more people will buy your book and push you to the top. Another benefit of being in an anthology is that you can share audiences and get closer to that ideal subscriber number together. The USA Today bestseller title opens many doors for authors, and it can be used your entire career. It is way more important to find out who can help you get there versus trying to figure out the “how” by yourself. Learn more about Alinka and Leaders Press by clicking on the link to the website below.

What’s Inside:

  • How Leaders Press turns authors into bestsellers guaranteed.
  • The benefits of being in an anthology and how it can get you on a bestseller list.
  • Why the right connections are better than technical knowledge when it comes to making a bestseller.

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