How to compile your poetry into books and sell it online
What you'll learn
- How to compile 100 poems into a book
- How to edit your poetry
- How to upload it and sell it online
- How to distribute your books into 40,000 stores worldwide
- How to create NFTS out of your poetry
- Taking of my previous course maybe required for better understanding but not necessary if you write on a daily basis.
The author of this course is also an author of 35 poetry books published online and on social media.
You may want to check the first course in the series.
Ever wondered how to monetize that pile of poetry you have written that gathers the digital dust-up on your hard drive?
Or maybe you are a famous poet that needs more reach? More readers? And most importantly more money?
You came to the right place. This course will teach you how to turn your poetry into a book and how to publish that book online at multiple sale venues.
This course will teach you how to distribute your poetry to potential 40,000 book stores around the globe.
This course will also teach you how to sell your poetry as NFTs.
Most importantly this course is educational and entertaining in a very profitable manner for poets of all walks of life.
This course will make sure you know what you are doing and where you are going with your poetry. From there it’s rinse and repeat to the point of success.
Manny poets have walked this Earth but only a few of them have been truly successful.
Take your chance and make poetry your career. You won’t regret it.
Who this course is for:
- Poets who have over 100 poems and want to sell them online
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.