5 STEPS To Write The Book To Boost Your Business—
Even If You’re Not A Writer
The most obvious reason for writing a book about your business is to establish yourself as an expert and promote your services and products. You want to sell and you hope your book will help you do just that.
More and more entrepreneurs understand the stiff competition they face in marketing and promoting their products and services. A book with your name on it is obvious evidence that you are a master of your area and well-placed to give advice to readers on how to make choices in your field.
Envision yourself offering a book with your name on it to a prospect instead of or in addition to your business card. Doesn’t that make a statement?
Envision yourself selling your books at events and venues where you speak. Won’t that make you feel good? And how about selling it at events where you speak? More satisfaction and more sales.
Besides attracting more clients, you will gain visitors to your website. Your book might lead to other books, such as a workbook or audio/video media.
When you have authored a book, other things happen: you feel great about yourself. You attract media attention. Your book can inspire a reporter, broadcaster or blogger to ask you for an interview.
You are now among the tier of people who can be invited to panels and symposia along with competitors and other authors.
You have not only established yourself as an expert, you have strengthened your credibility and your brand.
This blog is meant as an introduction to an upcoming e-book entitled,
5 STEPS TO WRITE THE BOOK TO BOOST YOUR BUSINESS
Even If You’re Not a Writer
This e-book will sell for $9.95 upon publication.
Or you can order it now for only $7.75.
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I am Francine Brevetti, an author, journalist, ghostwriter and book coach. My website is www.FrancineBrevetti.com.