Book Experts Share Secrets of Successful Publishing Every Wednesday in August
The book business is thriving as more professionals and small business owners are writing books to build business on and offline; Now they get access to book experts through the weekly teleseminar series, "Conversations with Experts: How to Build Your Business On and Offline" Wednesday s at 8:30 pm ET.
(PRWEB) July 28, 2005 – What do Kim Dushinski, Brian Taylor, Bob Bly, Dan Poynter, Yvonne DiVita, Arielle Ford, Jacob LeWinter and Jerrold Jenkins have in common? They’re all book publishing experts. And they are all featured guest speakers during the upcoming Conversations with Experts teleseminar series Wednesdays at 8:30 p.m. ET. Registration is free at www.converstationswithexperts.com.
Hosted by Denise Wakeman, www.biztipsblog.com, and Patsi Krakoff, www.customizednewsletters.com, the TeleSeries features experts who are authorities in helping independent professionals and small businesses to grow and prosper, both on and offline.
Ms. Wakeman and Dr. Krakoff are behind the successful Blog to Book Project, www.blogtobook.com, which features 30 participants from 6 countries who are writing their books through their blogs. To answer the need of first-time authors, they invited book experts to share what’s needed for successful writing, designing, marketing and publishing.
Non-fiction writing of all kinds is represented in the group, including many from the self-help and consulting fields. The book experts will include publicists, designers, publishers, book coaches, and marketers.
Among the experts being interviewed are:
8/3/2005 Kim Dushinski: Marketing Your Book the Easy Way
Choosing the right path for promoting your book will not only help you sell more books it will make your whole marketing experience that much easier.
8/10/2005 Yvonne DiVita: Ever Wanted to Write a Book? There Has Never Been A Better Time to Realize that Dream than Now!
If you have a story to tell, learn how to do it — cost-effectively, and successfully, without losing the rights to your work, or being led down the garden path, which happens to too many talented people when they approach publishing the old way — by asking a traditional publisher to handle their manuscript.
8/17/2005 Brian Taylor: Book Design and Development: The Secrets of Award-Winning Books
Do YOU want to publish an award-winning book? Get the secrets of successful book development and marketing from Pneuma Books CEO and Creative Director, Brian Taylor. Learn 5 ways to build a book better than your competition and the 5 biggest book design mistakes publishers make.
8/24/2005 Bob Bly: Using Direct Marketing Techniques to Sell Thousands of Copies of Your Book
One out of three hardcover books distributed to bookstores is returned to the publisher unsold, but you can still make your book a best-seller by selling it through ads, direct mail, and the Internet. In this interview, author and direct response copywriter Bob Bly shows you marketing techniques that can boost your book sales.
8/31/2005 Dan Poynter: Wringing More Value out of your Work
Write it once, sell it forever. Dan will describe how to publish, promote and sell eBooks, pBooks (printed), eDocuments, LARGE print books, aBooks (CDs), audio downloads and podcasting. If you don’t make your information available in multiple formats, some hungry customers will not be able to use it
September book experts are Arielle Ford, Jacob LeWinter and Jerrold Jenkins.
"We think it is important that professionals learn from these experts who have success in various niches of the book industry," says Dr. Krakoff, of www.CustomizedNewsletters.com. "Today there is so much going on in book publishing that first time authors can get lost, or worse, spend a lot of money without getting results."
Small business owners and professionals are realizing the credibility that having authored and published a book can bring. With self-publishing, print-on-demand and electronic means, book publishing is now easy for everyone… but it’s also a lot more complicated.
All that is required to attend is registration so the telephone number can be emailed. There are no costs involved other than the long distance charges for the call. Interested parties can get more information at www.conversationswithexperts.com
The Blog to Book Project is open to enrollment and information on participation is at www.blogtobook.com.
Krakoff and Wakeman publish a companion blog at http://www.buildabetterblog.com and offer blog design and marketing services for those professionals who don’t want to set up a blog themselves (www.buildabetterblogservices.com). Between them, they have 6 blogs they post to on a regular basis covering topics from Internet marketing, blogs, ezine marketing and business book reviews.