4 Smart Ways to Make Your Great eBook Happen

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We all have a great book inside us that’s dying to be written and shared with the world.

The problem is making that ebook real. Like, how can you actually turn that great idea into a book that people will love reading and sharing?

Well, it’s easier said than done, that’s for sure. But today I want to talk about 4 smart ways to make your great ebook come to life – and I’d like to start with a quote that sums it really well, by Abraham Lincoln.  [Read More]

How to Setup a WordPress Blog in 5 Minutes

How to setup a wordpress blogDo you have a message to share with the world? Do you want to grow a following and earn an extra income online?

Blogging can provide both of those things for you.

Even if you’re not an aspiring author, blogs are the perfect vehicle to get the word out about your physical products, consulting, graphic design, Etsy shop or church. [Read More]

Product Launches: 12 Mental Triggers That Get People Excited

Before you continue reading, I need to say one thing.

These psychological triggers must NOT be used to trick people into buying crappy ebooks and courses that won’t help them. I know you’re a good person and I’m sure this goes without saying, but being ethical and honest is important – especially online. 

There are a lot of scam artists taking advantage of people now-a-days, so all I ask is that you market your business as honestly and transparently as possible. Just the other day I was looking for a product on Amazon and found a cheaper alternative with 236 reviews. [Read More]

Top 10 Product Launch Tips from Today’s Top Bloggers

You know it’s time.

You’ve already started blogging. You’re creating great content and you have some ideas of the products and courses you want to sell.

But something is holding you back. Maybe it’s fear.

Fear that your product release will not go as planned. Fear that people won’t buy your stuff. Fear that you’ll mess up your launch.

Don’t worry, this is common, but what’s also common is the idea that people will actually care about your offering with little to no marketing. [Read More]