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The link to the recording of "Turn Your How-to Tips into a Tips Booklet," is www.bookapss.org/TipsBooklets.wmv
The link to the recording of "How to Sell More Fiction Books" is www.bookapss.org/HowtoSellFiction.wmv
The link to the recording of "Bowker's Tips for Selling More Books" is http://tinyurl.com/p7ybbrx
The link to the recording of "How to Use Virtual Author Assistants to Increase Your Sales" is http://tinyurl.com/l5vfr5a
The link to the recording of “Speaking On Your Book," is http://tinyurl.com/n7bu5j3
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Title: Opportunities: Taking Advantage of the Book Industry Changes
Where is book publishing going and how to we take advantage of the changes? What opportunities are emerging as the Book Trade evolves into new forms?
The large publishers are downsizing, the traditional brick & mortar stores are closing, Amazon is growing, and readers are embracing ebooks. These and other changes are affecting literary agents, wholesalers, distributors,…
October 24-25 in Philadelphia -- sponsored by Bowker
He is an evangelist for books, an ombudsman for authors, an advocate for publishers and the godfather to thousands of successfully published books.
His seminars have been featured on CNN, his books have been pictured in The Wall Street Journal and his story has been told in The New York Times. The media come to Dan because he is the leading authority on book publishing.
Dan travels more than 6,000 miles each week to share, inspire and empower writers, publishers and professional speakers through keynotes and seminars.
See the agenda and more information at www.bookapss.org/APSS2014Agenda.pdf
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Ten Ways to Improve Your Creativity, Decision Making and Multi-tasking (Your Brain at Work, Harvard Business Review, July –August 2013)
Here you will find instructions for creating a marketing plan for a non-fiction book.
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Empower yourself. Taking risks may simply be a matter of changing the way you think about risks – they are more like adventures. While in the corporate world many years ago I (Brian Jud) was apprehensive about leaving the secure position to start my own business. Then came a layoff and I decided to listen to Robert Schuller who said “I’d rather try something great and fail, than do nothing and succeed.” Is something holding you back from making the leap to special sales?
Business Adventures, By John Brooks. This is Bill Gates’ favorite business book. According to Gates (Wall Street Journal, July 12, 2014, page C3) ”Brooks’ work is a great reminder that the rules for running a strong business and creating value haven’t changed. For one thing, there’s an essential human factor in every business endeavor. It doesn’t matter if you have a perfect product, production plan and marketing pitch; you’ll still need the right people to lead and implement those plans.
“The (2013) APSS Sales Conference was an intense, dynamic and fascinating event. I acquired a great deal of valuable information and made great contacts. The inner world of special sales has always been an area of publishing that nobody else covers for authors, and it is the hottest market for authors today!”
See the agenda for the 2014 APSS Book-Selling University at www.bookapss.org/APSS2014Agenda.pdf
“It’s not the hours you put in your work that counts. It’s the work you put in your hours.”
For many authors, the ultimate inspiration is the deadline. That is when you put away your excuses and get down to the business of making your idea happen. What tight deadline can you give yourself?