How to multiply your poetry book sales
What you'll learn
- How to 10x your poetry book sales
- How to find freelancers to work on your books
- Where to publish books to 10x your sales
- How to build your name in other countries markets
- Taking my two previous courses
This course will teach you how to multiply the sales of your books the easy way. There is a moderate amount of work required but the benefits to reap are there forever. You will learn about the most attractive markets to dive into and how to do it successfully.
You will also learn how to sell physical books on Facebook and Instagram. You will learn where to hire editors, translators, and how to design a book cover for a newly translated book.
After this course, you will be able to create multiple translations for your poetry books and dive into previously untapped markets. You will not only be greeted by target language countries with appreciation but you will also make lots of money.
Book business hasn’t ever been so accessible. It is the right time to get on the wagon and start printing money. I am not kidding. The e-book and book industry grows daily. Who knows how many bibliophiles are born every minute? Do the right thing for yourself go through my two free previous courses then snatch this one and establish yourself as an honorable king of the written word. May your name forever be imprinted in the wide human history.
Who this course is for:
- This course if for poets and authors who want to sell more books with minimum time and money investment
Adam Prockstem Smith is an entrepreneur, blogger, and an international author. At the age of sixteen, he started his first business building one-page internet marketing websites. He speaks fluent Russian, Hebrew, and English.
After finishing high school, he proceeded with self-education and exploration of the nature of the human mind. Through extensive research, and many trials and errors, Adam has become experienced with Zen. His particular style of choice is the Kwan Um School of Zen, of which he is a moderate practitioner. He is always ready to help others and learn new things.