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How to Kick-start Your Writing Career with the 17 'ings' of Self-publishing

David ✏ Ault, The Writer Teacher

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6 Videos (16m)
    • The 17 'ings' of Self-publishing

      0:46
    • The 17 'ings': Parts One to Four

      3:59
    • The 17 'ings': Parts Five to Nine

      4:13
    • The 17 'ings': Parts Ten to Thirteen

      2:35
    • The 17 'ings': Parts Fourteen to Seventeen

      3:27
    • So What Next?

      1:10

About This Class

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Welcome you to this class on the 17 'ings' of Self-publishing, which is a concept that I have created that maps out the 17 different areas you will need to pay close attention to, if you are to become a successful self-published author and make a substantial income from your writing.

So enrol in this class today and kick-start your writing career with the 17 'ings' of Self-publishing.

The 17 'ings' of Self-publishing

You can find direct links to the other classes in the series below:

Module 01 - The 4 Questions Every Writer Needs to Ask Before Self-publishing a Book

Module 02 - Planning for Freelancers - Create a Strategic Plan and Your Daily Work Schedule with WorkFlowy

Module 03 - Building a Writer Platform and Why it is Key to Self-publishing Success

Module 04 - Researching Your Book's Niche or Genre Before You Actually Begin Writing Your Book

Module 05 - Writing Productivity: The Writing Process and How To Increase The Number of Words You Write Each Day

Module 06 - Polishing The First Draft of Your Book - A Look at the Rewriting and Self-editing Process

Module 07 - The Importance of Editing Your Book and What to Do if You Can't Afford A Professional Editor

Module 08 - Sourcing Images, Illustrating eBooks and Cover Design for Self-published Authors

Module 09 - Format and Validate eBooks without Pulling Your Hair Out

Module 10 - Copywriting for Authors - Writing Copy for Your Book's Title, Tagline, Description and Back Matter

Module 11 - The Beginner's Guide to Publishing an eBook on the Amazon Kindle Store

Module 12 - The Pros and Cons of Amazon KDP Select and When an Author Should Consider Distributing Wide

Module 13 - A Step-by-Step Guide to Launching Your First eBook on Amazon

Module 14 - Learn How to Sell More with Reciprocity and the Power of Giving

Module 15 - How to Promote Your Book and the Importance of Marketing Your Book At Each Stage of Its Development

Module 16 - Make Learning a Daily Habit & Use Google Alerts to Stay Ahead of the Curve in Your Particular Niche

Module 17 - Expand Your Product Range through Print and Audio Versions of Your Book together with Online Classes

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David ✏ Ault

The Writer Teacher

Currently, on the How To Publish An eBook website, I am giving away a FREE online course for anyone who is interested in making a living (or at least a part-time income) from self-publishing.

I also teach classes about course creation, online learning platforms and teaching, and recently, I launched the Writer Teacher Facebook Group as a place where self-published authors and online teachers can hang out to discuss how to make a significant income from your writing throu...

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