Writing A Book

Business Blogging Uncovered: Making the Most Out of Your Blog

If you take a look at your favorite companies’ websites, you’ll find that almost all of them contain active blogs. Blogs have become an indispensable tool for business owners to communicate with customers and to connect with others in their industries. Blogs also do wonders for helping a business’s digital marketing efforts through search engine optimization (SEO) and link … [Read more...]

Beyond the Free Downloadable E-book

Free downloadable e-book PDFs: You’ve seen them everywhere, and you may even have one on your own business’s website. They’re designed to build interest, to go a little more in-depth into your company’s philosophy or process, and to bulk up your list of email contacts. There’s nothing inherently wrong with free downloadable e-books. They have their place in the business world, … [Read more...]

A Message to New Entrepreneurs: Here’s a Roadmap to Help Get You Heading in the Right Direction

Sometimes I forget what it was like when I first started my company, and all the challenges that came along with creating something from nothing. In the process of writing this book, I was able to revisit each of the steps I went through and remember what is was like to be a new entrepreneur. This book is written specifically with the new entrepreneur in mind, and is the book I … [Read more...]

Book Publishing Made Easy: 3 Things to Get You Started

Lately, it seems like every big-name entrepreneur has a book. In fact, lots of business owners, famous or not, are publishing books. As human beings, we naturally connect with stories, and we are much more likely to support businesses and organizations with whom we can relate. By publishing a book as a business owner, you draw in customers and give them an opportunity to get to … [Read more...]

Your Book, Perhaps the Ultimate Leave-behind Marketing Piece

When you’re out at networking events, or when you meet a prospective client for the first time, you probably make sure to leave something behind so that the person you’re talking to remembers you and knows how to contact you. Many of you probably keep a stack of business cards with you at all times for exactly this purpose. Business cards are a great tool, especially at … [Read more...]

Three Reasons Not to Self-Publish Your Business Book

As a business owner, a book is a powerful tool that can position you as an expert in your industry and set you apart from your competition. What stops a lot of people from doing it is the fear of the process. Prior to the digital age and the rise of Amazon, aspiring authors would spend days, weeks, and sometimes months submitting manuscripts to agents and editors at large … [Read more...]

A Book for Every Business Owner: An Interview with Julie Anne Eason

Julie Anne Eason, a professional writer and writing coach, talks with host Dean Rotbart about how and why every business owner can (and should) become a published author. Through her Business Book Writing Lab, she helps business owners in all industries write their book, market it, and build their businesses in the process. When talking about why a business owner should … [Read more...]

Why So Many Entrepreneurs Are Publishing Books

It seems like everyone is doing it. If you look at the most popular non-fiction books of the last few years, many of them were written by entrepreneurs. Some of them, such as Zillow Talk: The New Rules of Real Estate, written by Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff and his chief economist, Stan Humphries, dive deeper into the author’s industry and how to thrive in it. Others, such as Do … [Read more...]

What does Self-Published Mean?

Self-publishing means an individual takes the role of a publisher and is responsible for all the necessary steps involved in bringing a book to print, and to market for sale. This does not mean the individual is personally responsible for executing each step in the process, but is responsible for the overall project and its completion. The steps in self-publishing typically … [Read more...]