My Blog Traffic Sucks! 8 Simple Steps to Get 100,000 Blog Visitors without Working 8 Days a Week by Steve Scott

Who Else Wants to Get 100,000 Visitors to Their Blog?Tired of getting NO blog traffic? Hate when you write great posts that nobody reads? Want a REALISTIC, step-by-step plan for traffic generation?Getting blog traffic doesn’t have to be hard. The secret is to find what works and do more of that. In the guide “My Blog Traffic Sucks!” you’ll get an eight-step blueprint that helps you generate your first 100,000 visitors.You DON’T Need Hundreds of Free Traffic Tips!You’ve probably come across books that offer HUNDREDS of blog traffic tips. My question is this: “How do you know where to start?”Think of all the promotional strategies you’ve recently heard. You’ve probably been told to do:Article marketing. Article syndication. Facebook. Facebook Ads. Twitter. Google +. Pinterest. LinkedIn. Google Ads. Banner Ads. Slideshare. Podcasting. Viral marketing. Blog post promotion. YouTube. Guest Posting. Re-Targeting. Networking. Solo ads. Ad Swaps. SEO. Link building. Forum marketing. Blog Commenting. Kindle publishing. Physical book publishing. Information products. Email list building.Try to do all these things and you’ll KILL your traffic generation efforts. You don’t need dozens of ideas. Instead you need a free traffic strategy that’s PROVEN to work!Follow the 8 Step Plan for Getting 100,000 Blog Visitors”My Blog Traffic Sucks!” details an easy-to-follow plan for getting quality visitors to your blog. The best part? You can easily do it with only 15 hours of work each week. You’ll learn how to:Understand the 4 habits of effective bloggersDesign a MWR blog that converts trafficNetwork with top bloggers to build powerful alliancesWrite awesome (search engine optimized) contentExecute a 7-step blog post promotion plan.Craft compelling guest blog posts that generate a flood of trafficGet results with Twitter in as little as 30 minutes a dayGenerate additional traffic using 6 BONUS strategiesBlog traffic can be systematized. Just follow these eight-steps and you’ll be on your way to getting 100,000 visitors!Would You Like To Know More?Get started right away and get more blog traffic.Scroll to the top of the page and select the ‘buy button’ now.

Author: Steve Scott

Rating: Rating: 4.50 / 5
153 reviews

How to Write Great Blog Posts that Engage Readers (Better Blog Booklets Book 1) by Steve Scott

REVEALED: How to Write “A-List” Blog Posts and Build an Audience of Raving FansBooklet Length: 7596 WordsWhat’s the secret to blogging success? It all starts with the content you create. You see, it’s impossible to build a profitable blog if you’re NOT providing value to visitors.In “How to Write Great Blog Posts that Engage Readers” you’ll get a simple system for writing blog posts that readers love!Once upon a time, blogging was a platform for sharing your thoughts with the world. Now it has become a big business. You can’t write about yourself and expect to make money.What you need to do is create content in a strategic way where you’re building a business.Always remember this:Most people read blogs for selfish reasons. Their loyalty largely depends on how much value you provide. They may “like” you, but they’ll stop reading the moment you stop publishing great content.Your goal is to always answer the “what’s in it for me?” question that people have about your website.What you’ll get with this booklet is a proven recipe for publishing great posts on a regular basis. You won’t just learn how to write the occasional “one hit wonder.” Instead you’ll discover a method for cranking out great articles on a weekly basis.Follow the 5-Step Compelling Content Action Plan”How to Write Great Blog Posts that Engage Readers” details a proven strategy for building a rock-solid publishing plan.Inside this booklet you’ll discover:19 Compelling Blog Post Ideas5 Steps to an Actionable Blog Post Schedule12 Elements of Engaging Blog PostsHow to Improve the Quality of Your Blog Content9 “Must Read” Content Creation ResourcesYou can write great blog posts! Just follow this blueprint and you’ll learn how to do it.Would You Like To Know More?Download now and take your blog writing to the next level. Scroll to the top of the page and select the ‘buy button’.

Author: Steve Scott

Rating: Rating: 4.40 / 5
241 reviews

Is $.99 the New Free? The Truth About Launching and Pricing Your Kindle Books by Steve Scott

Booklet Length 8,515 Words

ATTENTION:: Established Kindle Publishers and Authors About to Launch Their First Book
Do you wonder ANY of the following: Is it better to launch a book for free or $.99? Is there still a benefit to the KDP Select program? When should I move my books to another platform? How do I increase lagging sales?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then it’s important to know “what currently works” with Kindle Publishing.

DISCOVER: Launching and Pricing Strategies That Work in 2013
Kindle publishing offers a rare opportunity to make money with your words. Simply write a good book and you’ll tap into the world’s largest online store. But it’s not the utopian business model that some Internet gurus claim. You have to work hard and you have to constantly adapt your marketing strategies if you want to be successful.

One tactic in particular that doesn’t work like it once did is the “free day promotion” that Amazon provides through the KDP Select program. In the past, you could give away a book and see an immediate bump in sales. Moreover, many authors were able to launch their book for free and see it climb the charts once it switched to paid. Unfortunately, recent changes to Amazon’s algorithm has led to diminished success with this strategy. Some people are even saying, “KDP Select is dead.”

The question is, if KDP Select no longer works, what can an author do to launch or increase sales?

A possible solution is the “$.99 pricing” strategy.” Rather than giving away a book, some people market it at a discounted rate (usually $.99), which ultimately leads to lots of sales at a higher price.

These two choices leave many authors confused. Do the free days still work? Or should an author use the $.99 pricing strategy? In other words, is $.99 the new free?

With the booklet, “Is $.99 the New Free” you’ll get a detailed case study of the launching and pricing techniques that actually drive sales on Amazon.com.

INSIDE:: Is $.99 the New Free? – The Truth About Launching and Pricing Your Kindle Books

Inside “Is $.99 the New Free” you’ll get short and actionable content that answers the following questions:
Why is it important to track your Kindle book sales?
What authors benefit best from offering free books through KDP Select?
Is it better to launch a book for free or sell it at $.99?
How does “visibility” work on Amazon?
How can you make a book permanently free on Amazon?
When should you move a book to other platforms?
How can you build an author platform?
Kindle publishing is constantly evolving. What you need is a strategy guide to keep up with these changes.

Would You Like To Know More?
Download now and start getting results with the projects you delegate.

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Author: Steve Scott

Rating: Rating: 4.50 / 5
295 reviews

How to Write a Nonfiction eBook in 21 Days – That Readers LOVE! by Steve Scott

How to Write a Nonfiction eBook Fast – EVEN If You Have a Full-Time Job;
Don’t have time to complete a book in 7 days or during a weekend? Want a step-by-step writing plan that’s REALISTIC? Need a strategy for creating content that readers love? Ever wish you had a best-selling eBook?

Digital publishing has quickly become THE way to make money with your words. The problem? It’s not the ‘get rich quick’ strategy claimed by many gurus. The secret is to write the kind of nonfiction eBooks that build long-term fans and BUYERS.

In the guide “How to Write a Nonfiction eBook in 21 Days,” you’ll get a day-by-day blueprint that actually works. Unlike other ‘systems,’ you’ll discover a strategy which includes realistic timelines and specific steps.

STOP Using PLR Articles and Other Scammy Techniques
Another lie the gurus love to tell is how “easy” it is to write an eBook. You should NEVER use Private Label Rights (PLR) articles. And writing an eBook isn’t about regurgitating another author’s hard work.

What you need is a system that shows you how to write a book fast, while providing information that changes people’s lives. That’s how you win with nonfiction books!

Follow the 9 Step Plan for Writing an eBook Fast
“How to Write a Nonfiction eBook in 21 Days” details a paint-by-numbers system for completing an eBook in three short weeks. The best part? It can be done in a simple 9-step process:

You’ll learn how to:
Adopt the 4 Habits of a Highly Effective Nonfiction Author
Follow Four Steps for Creating the Perfect Writing Environment
Discover a Killer Nonfiction Topic in 6 Simple Steps — (Day 1 to Day 2)
Craft a Outline That Writes Itself — (Day 3 to Day 4)
Write an Rough Draft Fast — (Day 5 to Day 8).
Outsource an eCover Design that Attracts Your Prospective Customers — (Day 9)
Edit a Second Draft that Readers Will Love! — (Day 10 to Day 16)
Turn a “Ordinary” Book into an Extraordinary One — (Day 17 to Day 20)
Optimize your eBook Listing to Maximize Sales — (Day 21)
You can write an eBook in 21 days! Just follow this blueprint and you’ll learn a proven system for writing fast.

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Author: Steve Scott

Rating: Rating: 4.60 / 5
390 reviews

Life in Twenty-Something: A Story of Self-Discovery by Evan Tarver

A modern fiction novel with very nonfiction principles and values. It’s a parable, a guiding story about the struggle we all face when looking for our passion and happiness in life.

If you’ve ever believed that you’re destined for something great, and if you’re constantly searching for your purpose, then this novel is for you. Also, if you enjoy observational stories that are chock full of drugs, sex, high-stakes business, money lost, and love found, then this novel is especially for you.

David is misunderstood. By everyone, so it seems. The millennial business enthusiast has failed at almost every career he’s tried. Searching for his life’s meaning and enamored by the startup culture in Silicon Valley, David jumps headlong into a job at a small, albeit growing, business.

He soon realizes, however, that while the company is considered a “startup,” it’s as unfulfilling as any corporate job he’s had, and he chooses to pursue his own entrepreneurial venture, believing that if he can become a famous business owner, he’ll find happiness. But not if his previous employer has anything to say about it. In true Silicon Valley fashion, David’s former boss finds out about his new company and threatens legal action on the grounds that his former employee is in violation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, a federal crime.

Dave is faced with a dilemma – stay and fight or turn and run? And ultimately, if entrepreneurship isn’t making him happy, what will?

What people are saying:

“Evan approaches his content with careful planning so his publications, whether they be fiction or nonfiction, are fun to read and provide real-world insight and advice. As the Content & Community leader for EOFire I’ve really enjoyed reading his engaging and valuable stories.”

– Kate Erickson, Entrepreneur on Fire’s Content & Community Leader

“What’s it like to be young and smart in San Francisco with a beautiful girlfriend and a promising startup? For millennial Dave LeBlanc, it’s hell, and you won’t want to stop reading until you find out if Dave self-destructs or saves himself. Author Evan Tarver writes with humor and authority about the generation that seems poised at the forefront of a revolution one minute and teetering at the brink of disaster the next. ‘There are a ton of lessons to be learned through my failures,’ Dave says at one point. Read Life in Twenty-Something and you’ll see what he means.”

– Susan Bono, author of What Have We Here: Essays about Keeping House and Finding Home and founding editor of Tiny Lights: A Journal of Personal Narrative.

“Evan is a past guest of our California Connection radio show and he’s spoken eloquently regarding passion and purpose in life and the workforce. I always look forward to reading his stories and parables on careers and the pursuit of happiness because they provide real value.”

– Maureen Ennor, co-host of California Connection, finance and business talk radio with Bob Lang of CNBC

“Evan’s written an adventure story that keeps your eyes glued to the page and keeps you wondering what’s going to happen next!”

– Leisa Peterson, Mindful Money Coach, WealthClinic.com

Author: Evan Tarver

Rating: Rating: 4.80 / 5
64 reviews

The New Meaning of Rich: Four Principles of Wealth That Will Change Your Life by Evan Tarver

We live in a world where the true meaning of wealth has been lost.

In years past, a dream of riches was synonymous to Charlie Sheen’s character in Wall Street. Today’s world is one that no longer fits that dream. Greasy-haired stock brokers who grind their way to the top is not the idea of rich anyone believes in anymore. There is a problem, however, where we lack any other meaning of wealth.

We need to change how we think about wealth. We need to redefine what it means to be “rich.” Wealth, defined in this modern age, is a true ownership of your emotions, time, location, and ability to give back. When you follow this definition of wealth, and focus on maximizing each area, the monetary riches follow, 100% of the time, every time.

By reading this book, you will:

• Understand the true definition of wealth, broken down into four Principles
• Learn how to maximize each one of the four Principles of Wealth
• Take action in order to reap the benefits of the new rich
• Become happy, and have monetary rewards follow your happiness

By reading this book and taking action on the advice, your happiness will increase, your satisfaction and self worth will sky rocket, and, oh yeah, your bank account will reach levels you never thought possible.

Every second you delay from turning the page delays your pursuit of ultimate happiness and satisfaction with life. Understand the true meaning of wealth and how it will make you truly rich, in every sense of the word.

Author: Evan Tarver

Rating: Rating: 4.90 / 5
66 reviews

The Art of Worldly Wisdom by Baltasar Gracián

Life guidance from a famed Renaissance man. This influential work of philosophy by one of the great thinkers of the Renaissance era advises people of all walks of life how to approach political, professional, and personal situations in a dog-eat-dog world. Comprised of three hundred pithy aphorisms, it offers thought-provoking and accessible advice. Some subjects include “Never Compete,” “The Art of Letting Things Alone,” and “Anticipate Injuries and Turn Them into Favours.”  This ebook has been professionally proofread to ensure accuracy and readability on all devices.

Author: Baltasar Gracián

Rating: Rating: 4.30 / 5
198 reviews

Writing a Book a Week: How to Write Quick Books Under the Self-Publishing Model. Write Free Book Series by Alex Foster

My writing method is a focus on writing short, high quality books that bring value to readers. Most of my methods are for nonfiction, but many examples and ideas work well for fiction books, too.

Learn how to be profitable writing a book a week for Kindle and other book sites. The process is a true test of discipline and character. I share ideas that work for writing under this model and the motivation and mindset it takes to succeed.

Author: Alex Foster

Rating: Rating: 4.50 / 5
200 reviews