Episode 82 - Courses, Quotle, and Card Readers
 
Question of the Week:

What's something you're an expert on that you could teach a course about? How might you go about creating and promoting the course?


As Bryan dealt with the throes and joys of his Selling for Authors course launch (located athttps://www.sellingforauthors.com), the determined dyad took on the latest in indie publishing news. Jim and Bryan praised their latest Patron, Alan Frederick Hight, and his book Where The Leaves Wither (http://eepurl.com/badxB9), and talked tips on card readers, Quotle, and Twitter giveaways.


The news includes stories on Ellora's Cave, indies in libraries, Amazon's future reviewer plans, Kobo's new promos for authors, trad pub authors going indie, and the influx of high-end author courses. This week's Question of the Week: What's something you're an expert on that you could teach a course about? How might you go about creating and promoting the course?


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What You'll Learn:


  • How Bryan's course launch is going

  • Which card reader you should use for in-person sales

  • How a new app could help you share quotes on social media

  • What one trad pub author did for guerrilla marketing

  • How the Ellora's Cave defamation lawsuit ended

  • A few ways you can get books into libraries and stores

  • How Kobo is stepping up its game with promotions

  • Why Dr. Phil and others have decided to go indie

  • The reasoning behind the huge influx in high-end author courses


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Question of the Week:

What's something you're an expert on that you could teach a course about? How might you go about creating and promoting the course?