How to Automate Multiple Businesses Around Multiple Books Within Multiple Niches


Being successful in business is all about understanding one simple rule: find an audience of people who have problems, then work hard to offer them real solutions.

With more than 17 books in multiple niches, Honorée Corder has created a multiple-niche business structure that not only allows her to sell a ton of books but also enables her to use those books to venture into courses, consulting, speaking engagements, and certified training programs.

All of which are automated to the point where she only has to work the hours she wants to work — and never on weekends.

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The ‘Horror’ of Making a Living from Selling eBooks


Look out, Stephen King.

A new generation of Horror authors are using the power of self-publishing to climb the ranks, get new fans, and push the envelope in the genre.

J. Thorn is an up-and-coming Horror author who knows how to write great books … and build an audience and income stream with them.

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How to Leverage the Power of the Kindle Ecosystem to Build Your Business

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As if you’re not doing enough.

You have a website. You update your blog once a week. You’re growing your email list. And you try to maintain some presence on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.

Why the heck would you worry about Amazon and Kindle?

I used to hold the same opinion.

I liked the idea of writing a book. Who doesn’t want to be a published author?

But having to format, launch, and promote a Kindle book didn’t sound appealing at all. And apart from the snob factor of being an author, I couldn’t see how producing a book could be a valuable use of my time.

Could it seriously generate business leads?

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Why You Need to Become an “Independent Publisher”

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If you’re thinking about writing a book, you should be thinking about self-publishing it.

More and more established writers are choosing the independent path. In fact, the number of independently published titles tripled between 2006 and 2011.

There are many reasons for this change, including retaining artistic direction, a higher percentage of profits, and the increasing lack of editorial and marketing support offered by traditional publishing houses.

But that’s just the tip of the iceberg …

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21 Things You Need to Know About Self-Publishing 2.0

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I wanted to write a book because I thought it would make me attractive to women. I thought it would make me attractive to future employers.

I also thought — maybe — I would make a lot of money. I would stand in the shower and count how much money I was going to make from every book.

I would be a WRITER!

I’ve published ten books. I wrote five with traditional publishers (Wiley, Penguin, HarperCollins). I self-published five. I’ve sold hundreds of thousands of copies of my books. I’ve had ten million visits on my blog since I started it in 2010.

None of those things happened.

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How to Use Ebooks Strategically and Reach Your Content Marketing Goals

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Have you written an ebook yet?

Some of the most-respected content marketers have embraced ebooks for marketing their businesses and as a source of income.

Their goals vary, and so do the formats they prefer. Some use PDF-style ebooks they create and sell from their own websites, and some publish EPUB-style ebooks they upload and offer on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and the iBookstore.

Let’s briefly review the two prominent ebook styles, and how either (or both) might serve your business goals …

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