Most employees want to write a book but don’t have the time to write or don’t know where to start. This podcast will show you how to get your nonfiction book published while working a full-time job. You'll also get simple tips about launching and marketing your book.
An Advanced Book Launch Strategy on Amazon in 6 Steps
Here’s a step-by-step plan that covers an advanced strategy about how to launch a book on Amazon using KDP Select by alternating between free and paid promotions.
Answers About Writing a Book in 2021
If you're planning on writing a non-fiction book in 2021, feel free to reach out and ask me any questions you may have (and I'll answer them on the show). You can reach me via email or social media at: https://www.writerontheside.com/about
Philip Kiely on How his Book Led to a Head of Marketing Job at Gumroad
Philip Kiely discusses the process behind writing his first book, Writing for Software Developers, which made $15,000 during the first 24 hours of the launch.
Can AI and GPT-3 Replace Authors? A conversation with Liam Porr
Liam Porr discusses how he used GPT-3 to publish blog posts and articles, as well as the pros and cons of using artificial intelligence models for writing nonfiction content in the future.
How to Write a Book by Blogging About It with Stefan Palios
A discussion with Stefan Palios about how he wrote his book, “The 50 Laws of Freelancing” and some interesting insights about pricing books in international markets.
Rob Archangel on Book Publishing
A great discussion with Rob Archangel about how to publish your book, the difference between Gumroad and Amazon KDP for authors, and some tactics for book marketing.
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Concise and Informative
This is a great podcast for those just getting started in writing their first books. (Like me). I am learning a ton and improving how I think about and approach my first book.
Keep it coming!
LOVEEE ITTT. Made me a WAYY BETTER writer and college student!!
I never really had the time to sit down and write since I'm a full time college student and i work an internship. This podcast not only made me become a better writer in easing the ability of transforming my thoughts into text, but also taught me how to manage my time so that i could make space in my daily schedule for writing nonfiction. I highly recommend this to anyone who wants to get into writing whether in the business world or for the sole pleasure of mastering academic writing.
Inspired me to take writing seriously
After listening to only a few podcasts I’ve been both inspired and convinced I need to take my writing seriously. I’ve been blogging for over 6 years and for one reason or another never felt I could make it as a writer and that I could never publish anything of enough value to sell. Writer on the Side has convinced me otherwise through the inspiration stories, strategies, and tactics Hassan shares on his podcast. I’ll be recommending this podcast to everyone who is even considering writing a book.