“Getting those positive reviews and driving people to your Amazon (online) page is

really where you as an author will see the most success, to begin with.” – Sara Stratton

  • Aim for POSITIVE REVIEWS

Choose and expand your MARKET

Producing a book requires both PROFESSIONAL and PERSONAL processes

Use your product as your BUSINESS CARD

In this episode, 

  • Start your business by getting the clients’ positive reviews. From there, you must work on maintenance.

Sara Stratton recommends focusing on a market you already know. They can be your

friends, your family, your neighbor, your colleagues, or anyone you can talk to. You can get them to Amazon and ask them to leave an honest nonpaid review.

Don't be shy. Post on various social media sites, find a group, find a hashtag, and

hashtag your product.

You can use your book or your product as sort of like a business card. Send the book

out to your prospective clients, and show them who you are, and what your business is all about.

Producing a book requires both professional and personal processes. Treat the process as a creative practice and make it a bit personal so you would effectively get your message across.

 

Sara's story is inspirational. It also serves as a useful blueprint for anyone with a message or knowledge who wants to share it but doesn’t know where to start.

[Sara Stratton www.redwooddigitalpublishing.com Phone: (949) 829-BOOK (2665) Instagram: redwoodpublishing]

 

Michael Levin is a versatile and talented columnist, author, distance runner, and musical performer who has ghostwritten more than 700 books ranging from finance and entrepreneurship to health care and technology.

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