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Goodreads CEO Reveals A Shockingly Easy Way To Sell More Books | Bestseller Labs

Goodreads CEO Reveals A Shockingly Easy Way To Sell More Books | Bestseller Labs | Market Research Expert, Marketing & Communication Professional | Scoop.it
Otis Chandler reveals a simple but highly effective method authors can use to sell lots more books, without actually doing any work.

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collca's curator insight, February 27, 2013 12:05 PM

A very interesting article describing a great simple technique for building reader loyalty and book sales with very little effort. It's worth reading the comments because there are some further useful insights among them.

Perry A Wilson's curator insight, March 7, 2013 11:18 AM

I attest to the results of this simple tip. Ass the link when you can, and people will click on it if they like your book.

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Three Predictions for Book Publishing in 2013 - Forbes

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I compiled the information and published this: Ten Bold Predictions for Ebooks and Digital Publishing in 2013. The thing is, while I think these are solid ...
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Design Icon: Annie Leibovitz

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Mark: Annie Leibovitz has been a real inspiration for me since The Rolling Stone was printed on newsprint.

 

Anna-Lou “Annie” Leibovitz was born in Waterbury, Connecticut on October 2, 1949. She is the third child of U.S. Air force lieutenant colonel Sam Leibovitz.

 

Her formal career as a photographer started in 1970 when she worked for Rolling Stone magazine. She would then further strengthen her career as a photographer three years later when she was named as chief photographer in the said magazine, a position she had for 10 years.


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