Learn how to get your ebook off to a good launch.
"But, I'm not a best-selling author"
You don't need to be famous in order to sell your books.
The secret is in capturing an audience sufficiently big enough before you launch your book.
And the way you do it is to focus on building your email newsletter.
With a great book title and the right marketing tactics you too can succeed.
Set yourself up for success by:
Whether you have experience or not marketing an ebook, this course will walk you through all the necessary steps to build your ebook mailing list.
All these so that when you are ready to launch your ebook, you'll have a list of highly engaged, hungry readers who can't wait to purchase your book.
Don't waste your time and effort writing your ebook, only to launch to crickets.
Click the "Take This Course" button, on the top right because every hour you delay is costing you money...
Johnathan Leow is a crowdfunding advisor. He's the author of "The Crowdfunded Kit!"(book version), and enjoys helping startups with idea validation,crowd-funding and growth hacking strategies. He is based out of sunny Singapore.
During his time as Marketing VP at PROTAG, he launched an Indiegogo project for the tech startup and successfully helped raise funding for the Duet (a smart bluetooth tag that watches out for phones) in 2014.
He has since gone on to be a crowdfunding advisor for over 20 startups,and has been able to connect with many other successful project creators and experts in this field. He writes regularly on crowdfunding topics, and his work has appeared on influential blogs such as TheNextWeb and CrowdfundInsider.
Johnathan holds a BA in Sciences (Information Systems Management) from the Singapore Management University, and was originally trained as a Business IT analyst. But he is really a closet journalist at heart. Once, he even worked as a news reporter for Israel's leading innovation news website,NoCamels.
Johnathan loves whipping up exotic recipes(think Uzbekistani food) in the kitchen, and has a relentless thirst to innovate. Come over to his house for dinner sometime.
You won't regret.