Transformational author coach Christine Kloser helps new authors get the clarity they need to write their book and make it a success. A lack of clarity is a huge hurdle when it comes to getting your book out into the world, but you can find it if you’re asking yourself the right questions. Christine is hosting a one-day live event on 10/30 and we discuss all the details.
Gundi Gabrielle is an expert on personal brand and helps her clients claim their freedom and become successful entrepreneurs. Publishing books has opened many doors for Gundi and allowed her to travel the world and grow her business online. When you build a brand that gives you goosebumps, you’ll attract a community that loves what you have to offer.
Alinka Rutkowska is the CEO of Leaders Press, a publishing company that turns authors into USA Today bestsellers. She uses the collective power of anthologies to skyrocket her authors’ authority and business success. Making the USA Today list isn’t easy but knowing the right people can help you get there faster than trying to tackle it alone.
Author and strategic book coach Honorée Corder helps her clients become successful entrepreneurs. Spending the extra time and money on making sure your book is professionally published is a key factor in your book’s success. Maintaining genuine connections with your audience and network can help your business grow and thrive for years to come.
Rob Kosberg, founder of Best Seller Publishing, helps authors build successful businesses. Rob used radio to promote his first book and landed several clients through giving away free copies. Creating a sales funnel using your book as the lead can help you draw clients towards your high-ticket services.
Navid Moazzez, founder of the Virtual Summit Mastery program, helped me create my very own Book Profit School. Navid has some amazing tips on repurposing content, growing your audience, and more. Learn how easy it can be to get started, even if it’s your first virtual summit.
An anti connector is someone who doesn’t respect your relationship and does things that ruin a potential partnership. Being audience centric is always better than treating someone poorly, especially when growing your email list, planning virtual summits with other influencers, and building your business.
Building an audience takes a little more time and effort than running ads for your book but it yields more long-lasting results. When you have genuine connections, you’re able to sell more over time than you would with ads pitched to a cold audience. Email lists are a great way to form relationships and keep your audience engaged.
Offering a membership program offers authors a chance to make more passive income beyond book royalties. Stu McLaren has helped many people from all kinds of niches create and launch successful sites. Getting started with a membership can be less complicated than you think.
Affiliate marketing is a proven strategy that can mean big sales and a successful book launch. Matt McWilliams has helped several authors launch with incredible results. Inside are his top tips for finding affiliates, getting them onboard, and making sure your launch runs smoothly.