31 Ways to Promote Your Book in March During Small Press Month by Brent Sampson
... If people like the writing style of your review, they may investigate your book, especially if you write reviews for books within the same genre as yours. Mar 25 - Contact the public libraries in each state and mention your involvement with Small Press Month. Send them information about your book. Here's a link that will get you started: Mar 26 - Start preparing for April (National Poetry Month), especially if you have a volume of poetry you have published.
Hate to Write? Hire a Ghost! Why Using a Ghostwriter is Not Cheating by Kim Pearson
... Writing coaches will guide you with suggestions while you write. But wait Ė isn't that cheating? Some people think so. This goes back to school days, when having someone else write your term paper was cheating. (It still is.) But that was because having someone else write for you meant you were not learning, which was then your primary job. It was also cheating to use a calculator while taking a math test, because you were supposed to be learning how to do mathematics, not punch buttons.
Back to School Checklist by Kathy Burns-Millyard
... Writing Tools: Pens and pencils are generally thought of automatically, but often there are other writing related materials that must be purchased for school as well. Younger children often need crayons and paint for instance, while older kids may need markers and colored pencils. As children move into junior high, high school and college, they'll require a larger variety of the basics too. Instead of just blue pens for instance, they often need blue, black and red.
Back-End Selling by Edmund Loh
... For example, if you composed an E-book on making vegetable soup and sell it for $20, you will want to include advertisements of the other E-book you composed on making chicken soup and sell it for say, $15. Since your customers trust the quality of your first edition, a fraction of them will probably be interested in purchasing your other E-book in the series! If you do not have a product of your own and do not intend to create one, then you can source for products with resell rights that ...
Starting a Cleaning Business and Successfully Growing It by Walt Gibson
... You should have: a sales script memorized to perfection whether you do in-home estimates or estimates by phone; cleaning fee estimate calculator; fee estimate letters; follow-up letters for quotes not booked; new customer letters stating hourly fees for cleaning services and payment policies; a customer database and accounting system; information sheets listing vital details for each customer; cleaning service checklist form to leave with customers after each service; and customer survey ...
Numerology and Oracles: The Tablets of Fate by Keith Abbott
... > Modern Printings of the Oracle The most complete version of the "Tablets of Fate" that I've found were printed in "The Complete Fortune Teller" by Diana Hawthorne (Blue Ribbon Books, Inc., New York, 1940), and in an English printing of the same book "Laurie's Complete Fortune Teller" by Diana Hawthorn (W and G Foyle, Ltd, London. 1946). A copy of the English edition was recently put up for sale on E-bay and still shows up in the search engines.
eBay Powerseller Secrets for Online Auction Success by Jennifer Carter
... Write great sales copy! Donít miss this step Ė many people canít be bothered to spend the time on this. Consider offering free shipping Ė this will put you ahead of many sellers immediately. Donít forget to ask them to buy when you finish. Take a great photo! Donít you just have blurry photos or photos of boxes, light reflecting etc? Get a good digital camera and take several shots of the item. Make sure that there is something that shows itís size, whether thatís a coin or book.
Organization, the Key to Success by Michelle Dunn
... When I find something I want to add to that book, I throw it in the basket, when I am ready to make the revisionís I will have all the information in one place, MUCH EASIER! I also have a small plastic container with drawers, that I keep my promotional materials in, business cards, book marks, order forms and postcards. When I need something like this, they are all in one place and I can easily take what I need without searching or re-order quickly.