Here are two articles I hope you find useful, and three new book coaching programs. Enjoy. 🙂
Curses! Google’s turned off the free keyword tool, which means you need to log in to AdWords and use the Keyword Planner if you want Google’s data. But what if you want to use keywords to inspire your content creation, rather than to buy ads?
A little digression. Please be aware that since Hummingbird flew out of its cage, it’s vital to consider your audience, and its needs, rather than create content to any keyword formula. So these days, Google’s free keyword tool would be much less useful anyway. (We all feel better now, right?)
Let’s look at five keyword tips which ensure that you will NEVER run out of content ideas again.
You’ve written your book, and it’s time to publish it to Amazon’s Kindle Bookstore. Not so fast. Before you hit the Publish button, take the time to review and proofread your new creation.
I love Scrivener, because compiling an ebook to any ebook platform is a breeze. It won’t take you more than a couple of minutes, once you’re used to the process.
If you’re not familiar with Scrivener, download a free trial. It’s available for both Windows and Mac people. I’ve been using it since it came out in beta years ago. It makes writing and publishing your books easy.
=> Test-reading your ebook, anytime
You don’t need to wait until your ebook’s done before you check out what it looks like on the Kindle, or whatever platform you’re using. I like to review my ebooks at the first draft stage, and at at subsequent drafts too. You can see what your ebook will look like, and make revision notes.
What’s holding you back from writing YOUR book? Chances are, it’s a lack of knowledge, which leads to a lack of confidence. You need advice and help to get your book out of your head, and onto the page.
You need a book coach.
From your head into print — or onto your Kindle… Writing your book is fun, and easier than you think. A book coach helps you from go to whoa: from brainstorming, and planning your book, to creating an outline and blurb, and finally to writing your book, and selling it.
Over the years, I’ve written many books, for major publishers like Prentice Hall, for clients, and for myself, as well, to sell as info products.
I know how easy it is to start books, and then never finish them, because life gets in the way.
A book coach inspires you when you lose motivation, so that you finish your book, and sell it, to an audience that’s waiting to buy. You’ll get all the help you need, to inspire and motivate you every step of the way, until you’re holding your published book in your hands.
Offering CLOSING within 24 hours: Master Writing and Selling Kindle Books (includes workshop)
Our fabulous Master Writing and Selling Kindle Books offering closes shortly. Don’t miss out.
Questions? Please ask.
A common question is, does the workshop including publishing info?
Yes, the program is totally comprehensive; it includes coaching too. The keyword is “mastery”. You’ll become a Kindle and ebook publishing pro. 🙂
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