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The Pros and Cons of Self-Publishing – 2. Cons of Self-Publishing – Part 1


There are always cons to something great. You need to be careful what steps you take and the actions needed to be sure your work gets into the readers hands as smoothly as possible. Listen to business coach Clay Clark as he fills you with the cons to look out for when you get started with a publisher. Marshall Morris talks with Clay Clark by asking him to elaborate on a few cons that Clay Clark has addressed. When you print your book the small publisher may tell you that your book can fit into many markets. Parenting, self-help, and coking. This reduces the main vision of your book. When it comes to publishing a book you need to know who is going to be interested in the book and what is it that you are going to do that will help get your book in their hands. Clay kills it in this video with a few examples of what it takes to get your book to that point. As Clay Clark covers this topic Marshall Morris ques you up on the next topic of not having a guaranteed revenue. You can print a fancy book, but what makes it sell? The distribution channels you would normally have with a large publisher will not be readily available for you. The book’s main seller will most likely be you. So how will you get the book in and out of your hands. Making sure that the money you took out of your bank starts to pour back in? As a thriver you may have a lot of worries when launching your first book. Clay Clark has already gone through the process and will more than happily have his team guide you into becoming the next best selling author. So get your coffee and prepare for Clay Clark to inspire you to move forward in your books future.

The Pros and Cons of Self-Publishing – 2. Cons of Self-Publishing – Part 1


There are always cons to something great. You need to be careful what steps you take and the actions needed to be sure your work gets into the readers hands as smoothly as possible. Listen to business coach Clay Clark as he fills you with the cons to look out for when you get started with a publisher. Marshall Morris talks with Clay Clark by asking him to elaborate on a few cons that Clay Clark has addressed. When you print your book the small publisher may tell you that your book can fit into many markets. Parenting, self-help, and coking. This reduces the main vision of your book. When it comes to publishing a book you need to know who is going to be interested in the book and what is it that you are going to do that will help get your book in their hands. Clay kills it in this video with a few examples of what it takes to get your book to that point. As Clay Clark covers this topic Marshall Morris ques you up on the next topic of not having a guaranteed revenue. You can print a fancy book, but what makes it sell? The distribution channels you would normally have with a large publisher will not be readily available for you. The book’s main seller will most likely be you. So how will you get the book in and out of your hands. Making sure that the money you took out of your bank starts to pour back in? As a thriver you may have a lot of worries when launching your first book. Clay Clark has already gone through the process and will more than happily have his team guide you into becoming the next best selling author. So get your coffee and prepare for Clay Clark to inspire you to move forward in your books future.

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