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ASP 38: David Nihill on Testing Book Ideas with Udemy and Going Traditional with His Self-Publishing

Quote of the Day: “From there to here, from here to there, funny things are everywhere!” – Dr. Seuss In this episode, David talks about how he tested his book on the Udemy platform first, how it became a bestseller, and his decision to leverage this success with a traditional publishing deal.

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6 Eye-Opening Reasons Authors Need A Blog

Are you hoping to build a business around your books? Or are you already an “authorpreneur” looking to grow your business? If you want to scale up your business, then yesterday was not too late to start a blog. If you haven’t started a blog, you’re definitely leaving money and opportunity on the table. It used to be […]

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ASP 37: What It Really Means to Build a Business with Your Books

Quote of the day: “The problem is that many entrepreneurs start with good intentions to create a new mindset system but then slack off. The solution is to make that system part of your daily routine.” – Lisa A. Mininni The ever-changing landscape of Amazon and the self-publishing business in general means that authors need […]

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ASP 36: Turn Your Book Into A Course: How to Expand Your Author Income Streams

Quote of the Day: “Online learning is not the next big thing; it is the now big thing.” – Donna J. Abernathy Self-published authors are leaving money on the table by not creating courses from their books. In this podcast, we discuss how to create another profitable income stream using content you’ve already created by […]

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How To Write A Book For Kindle About Your Expertise Or Passion

No matter who you are or what you do, you should learn how to write a Kindle book. It’s more important now than it has ever been. Why? Because digital communication is pervasive. From emails and texts to blog posts and social media, we share virtually all information electronically, and most of it in written words. Gone […]

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