Most employees want to write a book but don’t have the time to write or don’t know where to start. This podcast will show you how to get your nonfiction book published while working a full-time job. You'll also get simple tips about launching and marketing your book.
Seven simple lessons that can help you launch your own book to Amazon Bestseller status
Announcing the launch of "ChatGPT for Nonfiction Authors" - a short book that will help you write better, faster, and more effectively. This book was written with the help of ChatGPT.
An introduction to ChatGPT by OpenAI and how it will affect writers going forward. This episode was mainly written by a ChatGPT prompt.By Hassan Osman
A repeat episode about the three reasons why I said no to a top 10 publisher when they wanted to republish my "Influencing Virtual Teams" book
Daniel Vassallo talks about how he thinks of businesses as Small Bets, and how he grew multiple products to over 6 figures. His latest course brought in over $400,000 in the last year alone, and in this episode, he discusses his philosophy and approach to how he built it along with a thriving community.…
Great insights about how to decide on a topic for a newsletter, how to write it, and how often you should send it out. Louie also talks about how you can make money from a newsletter, and what tools you can use.By Hassan Osman
A great conversation with Nick Gray about how he launched and marketed his book "The 2-Hour Cocktail Party"By Hassan Osman
Here’s a step-by-step guide that shows you how to create Amazon affiliate links for your own books
Liam Martin is the co-author of Running Remote, a book that recently hit the WSJ bestseller list. Here are some insights from him about how he wrote and published a book.
In this episode, I cover a simple framework that shows you how to write an outline for your short nonfiction book. You’ll start with a concise introduction, then cover the main content, and then wrap up with a concise conclusion.
A strategy that leveraged his existing subscribers to sell copies of his first book.By Hassan Osman
Here’s how Kevon Cheung wrote “Find Joy in Chaos” in public and made $4,000 in the first few weeks.By Hassan Osman
Here’s how Deborah makes 5 figures from her services by selling 2 figure books.By Hassan Osman
An actual example of how to create an online digital product using free tools and without spending more than two hours on itBy Hassan Osman
Here’s how you can use TikTok to sell more books as an author. A simple strategy that doesn’t involve dancing!
Greg is an author of bestselling tech books. He's sold more than 50,000 copies and generated over $180k in royalties through organic sales on Amazon (on the side).
A simple strategy that helps you unlock more revenue streams by packaging your digital products into one main product (real example).
A great conversation with Espree about leveraging podcasts for repurposing content and establishing yourself as a thought leader.
Here's a step by step example of how I wrote and published a book on a Sunday afternoon by repurposing some older material.By Hassan Osman
A live Twitter Space conversation with Daren Smith about different strategies that help you create courses that sellBy Hassan Osman
In 3 years, Justin Welsh went from 0 to 150k+ followers on LinkedIn and generated over $1.6M in income with zero ads. Here's how he did it.By Hassan Osman
A quick update about "Create & Sell an Online Course on the Side" launching soonBy Hassan Osman
Five quick tips that help you create & market a course while working a full-time job (even if you don’t know where to start).
Here’s how Alexandra Watkins, author of “Hello, My name is Awesome,” was able to increase her rates from $500 to $5,000 after writing her book (and made $500K in sales last year as a result of it).
A live conversation with Josh Duffney (on Twitter Spaces) about whether it makes sense to write a book and give it away for free.
A short update about the last month and what's coming in 2022
Dickie Bush is a portfolio manager, digital writer, and captain of Ship 30 for 30. On this episode, he talks about how he grew his Twitter account to over 100K followers, how he writes viral threads, and how he creates attention-grabbing headlines.
Here’s a simple 3-step process about how to presell a book using Gumroad’s pre-order feature. The total cost is $0 (plus ~2hrs of your time) and the risk of failure is minimal.
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Sahil Lavingia (founder & CEO of Gumroad) made over $240K from his book “The Minimalist Entrepreneur” before its official launch date. He discusses marketing, NFTs, and the future of book publishing.
Here’s how to turn your book into an Amazon #1 Best Seller in simple steps.
Iwo Szapar is the CEO of Remote-how, a platform for remote professionals around the world. He recently wrote “Remote Work is the Way,” and on this episode, we discuss how publishing a book helps his business.
NFTs can change the game for authors. Guests James Faktor and Marius, the co-founders of BookVolts, explain how the world’s first NFT book publishing company could disrupt the way we write and read books.
Repeat episode: Daniel Vassallo co-authored a book called “The Good Parts of AWS,” and made over $40K in sales in the first couple of weeks. In this episode, he breaks down all the details about the marketing & pricing strategies that he followed.
Here’s an example of how to market your book as you write it. You’ll also save time in creating microcontent for social media.
A repeat episode highlighting an example of how NFTs, or Non-fungible Tokens, can be used in book launches to make over $50,000 in additional revenue on launch day.
I secretly published a couple of children’s books, and my daughter just found out about them. Here’s the backstory of the Lima and Ina book series (and the Mason Nassah name).
Here’s why Amazon advertising is great way to increase sales of your books, and how to run a successful Amazon Ad campaign.
Writing a book on the side will help you establish yourself as an expert, make some money, learn new skills, and get exposure to exciting opportunities.
A few lessons from Terry about publishing the second edition of his book, “Strategic Project Management Made Simple,” and some great advice about how to write and market your own book.
Here's how to use keyword research on Amazon for validating book ideas, marketing your book, and increasing your book ranking. This is a repeat episode with Dave Chesson, the guy behind Kindlepreneur, a website devoted to teaching authors about book marketing and the digital world.
7 things you should know that will help you get book reviews on Amazon without breaking the rules (this episode is part 2 of 2)
5 mindset shifts and strategies that help you get book reviews on Amazon without breaking the rules (this episode is part 1 of 2)
Here’s a simple 3-step process about how to presell a “small bet” idea using Gumroad’s pre-order feature. The total cost is $0 (plus your time) and the risk of failure is minimal.
David discusses how his first book, Workplace Strategies for Technology Lawyers, hit the No. 1 Amazon Bestseller list in multiple categories (including reaching the No. 2 spot in Law).
Here’s an example of how NFTs, or Non-fungible Tokens, can be used in book launches to make over $50,000 in additional revenue on launch day.
Shari Medini and Karissa Tunis are the co-authors of Parenting while Working from Home. It’s their first book, and they opted to publish it traditionally. Here are some lessons learned about the process.
Rob Fitz shares how he published three nonfiction books, including The Mom Test, without having a large platform and without spending a lot of time on promoting them.
Reading strategically will help you improve your writing. Alex from Alex & Books shares some insights on how to become a better reader so that you can write better.
Many prospective authors ask how much money they can make and whether publishing a book is worth their time. Here are some real numbers and three things you should be aware of.