Discover How From An Author Who Made Her Book An Amazon, Barnes & Noble and New York Times Bestseller
On Wednesday, August 31st, you're invited to a free 90-minute webinar (or telephone seminar) and hear Steve Harrison, publisher of Reporter Connection, Book Marketing Update and Radio-TV Interview Report (RTIR) interview author Peggy McColl about the simple blueprint she's developed to quickly make many books bestsellers at practically zero cost.
You'll hear how Peggy catapulted her own book to the Amazon, Barnes & Noble and New York Times Bestseller Lists.
This free webinar (or teleseminar) is being offered at two times on Wednesday, August 31st: either 2:00 pm Eastern (11:00 am Pacific) OR 7:00 pm Eastern (4:00 pm Pacific)
To register for this call -- which is free except for
On this free 90-minute webinar (or teleseminar) you'll discover:
Peggy's ingenious yet simple, five-step blueprint any author can use to make their book a bestseller at almost no cost.
How she's used the formula to make numerous books bestsellers and how one author usedherformula to sell 6,828 ebooks for $27 each without spending a dime on advertising -- yes, that's $184,256.00 in sales!
Why her method works for all types of books, fiction or non-fiction, regardless of subject including self-published, POD, ebooks, newly-published or even those that have been out for years.
How Peggy uses blogs and social media to sell books including how she got coverage on the Huffington Post as well as why you need a Facebook page just for your book (and how to use it effectively).
Case histories of several authors who've hit the bestseller lists using this approach.
Big mistakes almost all publishers make selling books on Amazon.
and MUCH more!
Again, To register for this call -- which is free except for
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P.S. FREE Webinar (or Telephone Seminar, if you can't be near a computer) -- There's no cost to participate in this webinar (or telephone seminar) except your normal long distance charges (same as you'd pay to call Aunt Edna in Toledo).