#079:Sustaining Best-Seller Status with Kris Safarova

#079:Sustaining Best-Seller Status with Kris Safarova

Kris Safarova is a USA Today, Wall Street Journal, and Amazon best-selling author. She’s an entrepreneur and consultant with extensive experience in online businesses and publishing and has been in business for over 12 years. Kris has written more than 20 books and publishing is very close to her heart. Kris and I are also working on some projects together as well. Here, she shares her wisdom about how to maximize your chances of your own book becoming a best-seller on an ongoing basis. It’s one thing to hit the top of the charts and head right back down to zero, but ideally, we want to stay there at the top over time. 

When Kris put her first book on Amazon, she realized how powerful publishing is. Receiving emails from all over the world from her readers who got results is something she cherishes. Today, she primarily serves two types of clients: entrepreneurs and people looking to develop top management consulting skills. Amazon has become a sort of resume potential clients check and through publishing books, you can establish yourself as an authority figure. Kris provides her best tips on where to start if you’re looking to make your book a success. We also discuss what to include in your book, how updating your book helps sustain growth, and the type of content to include in your book to provide the most value. 

What’s Inside:
  • How Kris became a best-selling author and authority in her field.
  • How updating your book helps you sustain growth.
  • What types of book content provide the most value for readers.
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