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60+ educational resources to teach yourself anything.

60+ educational resources to teach yourself anything. | lärresurser | Scoop.it
This collection of links and applications highlights over 60 quality educational resources that are available on the web.

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Why Bloggers Should Self-Publish

Why Bloggers Should Self-Publish | lärresurser | Scoop.it

I’ve published seven books in the past seven years, five with traditional publishers (Wiley, Penguin, HarperCollins), and the last two I’ve self-published.

 

In this post I give the specific details of all of my sales numbers and advances with the traditional publishers.


Although the jury is still out on my self-published books, How to be the Luckiest Man Alive and I Was Blind But Now I See (the latter was just published last month and is #2 for Motivation on Amazon’s Kindle store as I write this), I can tell you these two have already sold more than my five books published with traditional publishers, combined.

 

The rest of this article is really three discussions:

 

1. Why self-publish, rather than use a traditional publisher?
2. Why bloggers should self-publish.
3. How to go about self-publishing.


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Free Technology for Teachers: Settings Every Blogger User Should Know

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13 Ways to Promote Your Next Blog Post

13 Ways to Promote Your Next Blog Post | lärresurser | Scoop.it

You’re slaved over your post – crafting titles, opening lines, adding depth, designing the post to be eye catching and more – you select the perfect time for your post to go live and hit ‘publish’!

 

It’s over – another post ‘released’ into the wild – there’s nothing more you can do except sit back, see how people like it and start on your next post…. or is there?

 

Instead of seeing the moment of publishing a post as the end point in the posting cycle of a post – I see it as the birthing moment of a post. The work has only just begun and what you do in the minutes and hours after it goes live can exponentially increase the effectiveness of the post!


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