Selling online courses has changed the lives of so many individuals. I have worked with a number of online course creators and have seen how they have turned their expertise in yoga, health and nutrition, cyber security, music, religious philosophy, and a number of other areas into a fully fledged online course business.
There is something about selling online courses that’s attracting so many individuals, including authors. If you’re wondering what all the fuss is about online courses and why you should create one, let me share with you the five reasons why I believe authors should also sell online courses: Continue reading →
As an indie author, there are so many tools and strategies you can employ to grow your audience and even monetize your work. Below are 5: videos, podcasting, merchandising, crowdfunding, and social media. Continue reading →
YouTube, the famous Google-owned network, has over a billion users, which is almost half of the internet users on the globe. Everyday millions of people enjoy the billions of new videos aired on YouTube. In fact, YouTube reaches more than half of its daily billion views on mobile alone. This platform has created a source of income for many people who have become famous via YouTube. But as powerful as this network is, the response you get from the viewers will purely depend on the videos you have uploaded. So if you are not sure of what you need to produce quality videos on YouTube that will generate more views, kindly keep reading. Continue reading →
A well-written author bio gives insight into you as an author. It showcases your writing style, talents, and accomplishments. Having a concise, objective, and relevant bio with a quality portrait of yourself introduces you to your readers and makes a lasting first impression. Here are some do’s and don’ts to consider when writing a bio that everyone will remember. Continue reading →
Pretty much everyone can agree that having a marketing plan is essential when it comes to publishing your own books. And the first step in creating that plan is finding your niche and your audience. Continue reading →