You know what’s funny.
Even more so seeing as the space we are in, is in essence, selling ebooks.
Physical, paperback books are making a comeback.
And not just from a marketing standpoint.
You know, all those YouTube videos where the creator has a copy of their book front and center on the screen.
But also as part of a wider customer acquisition strategy.
You see, self publishing as lead generation is now more profitable than ever.
And it’s a great way to position yourself as an expert and leader in your field.
Especially if you have a tasty backend setup and can leverage all your new, qualified traffic.
Into high ticket offers like coaching programs or membership websites.
Hell, you can even walk into a niche which hasn’t yet tapped into the self published book as a marketing tool – and immediately elevate yourself above the hoards of competitors who don’t know what they’re doing.
I’m actually advising a friend on this right now for a new business venture of his – results to come, but I believe he’s going to have great success in using the physical book as part of his marketing efforts.
To the point where he can charge up to 10X what his competitors do for the exact same service.
But what use is this book if it doesn’t have a killer title and book description?
Because if your book lacks those, then Amazon (or any other) customers have no interest in purchasing it.
That’s why my Double Your Kindle Sales course comes in,
Even if you’re not using books as lead generation, but purely to grow your income online – you can benefit
Check it out at http://doubleyourkindlesales.com
P.S. I also teach how you can charge more for your paperback books inside the course – which results in more cash in your pocket at the end of every month.
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