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Lead Me to Success..Literally!

Figuring out the path to becoming published just got much easier. I believe in being part of the publishing revolution which allows anyone to create a book now.  What fuels Networlding is my passion for helping people transform their thought leadership in a book. I am gathering my 12 years of experience that has earned over $2 million in revenue – coupled with experience of  Jon Malysiak, Networlding Publishing team member, to make publishing seem less of a daunting task it has to be for you in my book Lead Me to Success with 100 tips that will guide you through successful publishing.  Below is a taste of the book:

Tip #11: Share Your Book News ONLY on Your Blog Another key tip with a blog is to make your audience feel as though they’re special for being on your blog…because they are. You have, effectively, chosen the audience of your blog by writing to their interests and creating a dialogue you feel they would understand. You should thank them for their support by only announcing the book news on your blog. And make sure that your audience knows this. When the audience realizes they are privy to information others are not, they may then want to share this with others, extending the reach of your blog and of your book. Be clear about the fact that you will ONLY post updates about the book on your blog, so everyone should stay tuned…and they should tell their friends.

#54: How to Keep Up with Posts –  valuable interaction in social media without drinking caffeine 24/7.

and it has three tips on making money with eBooks! It’s possible!

Get the eBook here for only $6.99. Please share by using #leadmetosuccess in your Twitter and share with your network with anyone that may could benefit from this.

Melissa G Wilson

Melissa has been a leader in the book writing, publishing and marketing arena for the past two decades. To date, she has helped more than 100 thought leaders write, publish and market their books. Her clients include executives such as Dan Weinfurter a seven-time Inc 500 winner and Orlando Ashford, President of Holland Cruise Lines.

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