By Edward Baker

This consultant teaches the reader the way to promote themselves and their ebook to be able to get in print. utilizing revenues options taken from different industries, it demonstrates how the author can aim and industry their booklet within the aggressive enterprise of publishing.

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Whatever you do, do it first! Land the first punch and enjoy the tears it brings! Changing Targets If you are consistently hitting a brick wall in your efforts then perhaps you should think in terms of going over or around it instead of through it. get the picture? Study the diagram overleaf and from wherever you are on it work your way around. Keep an open mind and experiment. With a little effort you’ll be able to come up with many different guises in which your work can appear. , how about your product as a graphic novel or a picture book?

Selling Yourself Once you are published or produced, then you yourself will also become a saleable product. People will pay for your time, opinions or knowledge whereas beforehand they would probably have rejected you. If you have hit the big time, then your agent will doubtless help you make the most of this sales opportunity; if not, and you are operating at a less exalted level, read on. The act of publication carries with it a sort of "expert" status, one that can be exploited to good advantage.

This withering reply is perhaps the cruellest blow that can be struck against any author. The dream of being the first and the best is suddenly seen to turn to ashes as someone else cashes in on your idea. They’re not even saying you’re rubbish this time - they’re just saying that you are too late. It’s a killing stroke if you stand still and take it, but if you use the principles of the yielding martial arts, you can turn the enemy’s strength back against him and convert the rejection into an unusual sales aid.

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