Philip Duncan is an award-winning and Amazon best-selling author and the host of the Powerhouse Authoring Summit. Here, we talk about what he learned from his first summit and how he created a follow-up program for authors. Philip also shares his numbers from his first and most recent summits, the value of business relationships and a solid email list, and details on his core offer.
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#082: The Secret to Becoming a Best-Selling Author with Alinka Rutkowska
My friend, Alinka Rutkowska, is a best-selling author and the founder and CEO of Leaders Press. Her done-for-you concept has helped several thought leaders establish authority in their niche. Alinka shares tips on how to take your own book to best-seller status on today’s top lists. She shares the details of her strategy from beginning to book launch, the criteria used to qualify an author on the most popular best-seller lists, and how being in an anthology can be a shortcut to best-selling status.
#078: Make More Sales with LinkedIn with Brynne Tillman
Brynne Tillman is the CEO of Social Sales Link which helps sales professionals have better sales conversations through the power of LinkedIn. Brynne shares her recommendations on how to use LinkedIn if you’re an author just starting out. We also chat about who LinkedIn is and isn’t for, why you should create an email list on the side, why you shouldn’t automate or schedule LinkedIn posts, and more.
#063: 90 Days to Business Success with Honorée Corder
Honorée Corder is back for another session, and this time, we’re talking about what you’d need to do in your first 90 days to launch a successful business venture. Honorée has a ton of experience with her own business ventures and shares valuable tips for new entrepreneurs as well as veterans looking to launch something new. Mindset and confidence are key, as well as making sure you’re always giving back to your network.
#039: First-time Summit Successes with Karen Ferreira
Karen Ferreira is the owner of Get Your Book Illustrations, a company that helps indie children’s book authors make their way through the book creation journey. After her first virtual summit, Karen grew her email list and quickly positioned herself as an expert in her field. She shares tips on how to make your own summit a success and why you don’t need top influencers to get great results.
#024: The High Ticket Tripwire
High-ticket offerings are a passion topic of mine. Pairing them with a virtual summit was extremely successful for me, generating a ton of income. Once I audited my efforts from after my first-ever virtual summit, I realized that I made more from them than the summit itself.
#023: Becoming a Transformational Author with Christine Kloser
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.
#022: Income Streams Beyond Book Royalties with Eric Van Der Hope
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.
#021: Building Your Brand with Gundi Gabrielle
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.
#020: Building Influencer Relationships with Cloris Kylie
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.