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  1. How to Find an Endless Supply of Best-selling Ideas for Your Nonfiction Book Title
    Feel stumped when it’s time to create your book title? There’s no need to stare helplessly at a blank page or blank screen. Instead, jump-start your creation of a title by looking at successful books on today’s best-seller lists and using the patterns you can identify in those titles to spark your own ideas, tailored for your own book’s content and focus.

  2. Book Authors: How To Sell More Books And Get Your Publisher Active
    It is an unfortunate reality that most people who write books believe that their publisher will always put their best foot forward, to promote their book. In the real world, it does not quite work that way. Let me put this in perspective for you.

  3. Can a Press Release Be Controversial? Publicity Dilemma 7
    Recently a client asked me whether she might be able to get media coverage for a procedure she'd invented and tested that circumvented established practices in her industry. "Companies are spending money on steps that they no longer have to take, because they aren't aware there's an alternative," she told me.

  4. Dying Printed Media - Who Cares?
    Thanks to the advances in Technology, we see people using the Web for all kinds of reasons, primarily for getting entertained and informed. This obviously affects magazines and newspapers that depend on circulation numbers to survive.

  5. You Can Write Your Own Articles, Reports Or Ebooks
    Writing, painting, cooking are very similar in the sense that they are all skills that most people do not feel confident practicing unless they have had some teaching or years of experience.

  6. Best Ways To Promote And Sell Your Ebook
    You may have written your own original ebook, used another or a series of articles as a base to rewrite your own or hired a pro to write it for you. However you produced your ebook you now need to get it on the web, expose it and either establish your name and build a list by giving it away or make sales.

  7. A Quick Guide to ISBNs for Self-Publishers
    ISBN stands for International Standard Book Number. It is a code assigned to every published book that uniquely identifies it in the marketplace. ISBNs make it easier and more efficient for libraries, booksellers and others in the publishing industry to order, distribute and catalog books.

  8. Five Ways Professional Writers Eliminate Rejection
    If you're writing for publication, you're offering something for sale. Not everyone will want to buy it. This is only common sense. There's no such thing as rejection, there's only writing which has yet to find a home. If you submit a piece of writing enough times, it will sell. Professional writers understand this.

  9. Book Writing Secrets That Payoff!
    You are going to discover book writing secrets that almost nobody dare share. Want to know the invisible barrier that blocks most writers, speakers, consultants and business people from making their financial dreams come true? It's the "I'm Not An Expert Syndrome".

  10. Sometimes Shorter is Better
    If you publish an ezine or you promote affiliate programs, you've no doubt come across the problem of website addresses (aka: URL's) that are just way too long for their own good! You know the ones that I'm talking about, as they usually sound like ....

  11. The Bestseller In You: Frequently Asked Questions About Book Publishing
    These questions are focused on traditional publishing. Publish On Demand (POD) and ebook publishing will be included in a future column. Traditional publishing houses include major players such as Warner Books, small publishers such as Algonquin Books, niche publishers, and regional publishers.

  12. Go With The Flow: Write With Transition Words and Phrases
    One of the most common weaknesses I see in day-to-day writing is poor logical flow from one idea or point to the next. This usually takes the form of a bunch of seemingly unrelated phrases thrown together with little or no sense of sequence, continuity, or relativity.

  13. 7 Ways To NOT Sabotage Your Admission Essay
    I got seriously involved in the college admission essay-writing business shortly after I published my eBook on recommendation letters, Instant Recommendation Letter Kit, more than a year ago.

  14. Five Secrets 1st Time Authors Need to Know
    Writing the book was the easy part; now comes the challenge. But understand these five secrets unknown by many professional writers, and you'll find your path to publication much smoother—and much more profitable!

  15. Proposal Writing Made Easy
    Writing to persuade is a tough task, but with a bit of planning it can be made easier and more effective.

 

 
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