Anthony Hall is the COO of Real Fast Publications and an email marketing guru. His practical, straightforward strategies are useful for anyone, no matter where you are in building your business. Keeping things personal and offering free resources is the key to converting those on your email list to customers.
Ted Demopolous’ computer security business serves a very niche audience. He decided to try running a virtual summit and saw great success, with extremely high conversion and engagement rates. Ted is proof that virtual summits can work well for niche businesses, even without big email lists and giant audiences.
Doug Pew’s M.U.S.I.C. framework helps people create online courses and persuasive copy. Singing the tune of your audience helps draw them in. Using smart, persuasive copy to market your course sets you apart from the competition so you can create raving fans.
USA Today and WSJ best-selling author Daniel Hall knows public domain content inside and out. Authors can use what’s out there to generate passive income and grow their businesses. As an author, the more content you’re able to create for your audience, the more successful you’ll be. Using public domain content is a great way to do it with ease.
Co-founder of BookAds Brian Berni is an Amazon expert and knows what it takes for an author to see massive success with ads. He’s also an accomplished author and runs summits to help fiction authors turn their passion for writing into a business. Ads aren’t for every author, but if your book meets the criteria, you could increase your book sales and boost your credibility.
Danny Iny is a best-selling author and founder of Mirasee, a company that helps entrepreneurs create transformational online courses. An online course is the perfect companion to a book that allows you to impart your knowledge in a way where you can be less involved and still make money. Running a pilot is the best way to get real-time feedback from your audience to make your book and course launch a success.
Best-selling author and entrepreneur Greg Rollett is the founder of Ambitious.com. He’s a master at creating sales funnels and using your book as an introductory point for higher ticket offerings. Taking care of your customers, adding personal touches, and making sure you’re providing massive value will help turn your audience into lifelong fans.
Digital publishing expert Eric Van Der Hope has helped thousands of authors get published. He has also coached authors through creating lucrative income streams with their books. Writing and publishing your book makes you an authority which creates numerous possibilities for you to maximize book profits beyond royalties.
Author and networking coach Cloris Kylie is an expert at maintaining long-term connections with influencers. She gifts signed copies of her book to those she wants to collaborate with and has built many great relationships in exchange. Making sure you are providing value to influencers when you’re first reaching out helps make things less intimidating and sets the stage for collaboration and partnership.
Cary Richards is the CEO and co-founder of Infostack. He creates bundles of curated material (or “stacks”) from experts within a given niche and sells them to a subscriber list through a short launch window. Being a curator over an expert is a great way for someone who is a great networker to build a lucrative online business.