Recent content by Lisa Siefert

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    New for 2018 The Ultimate Book Launch Success Formula with Lisa London

    Learn the 10-step secret formula for a successful book launch. Pantsing may work for writing the book but randomly searching for contests and promos when you’re ready to launch is not as awesome as having a rockstar list of: Book Bloggers ready to go BookTubers with pre-recorded book review...
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    New for 2018 Email Marketing Mini-Course: Creating Your First Book Funnel with Lisa London

    Did you know that book funnels can be used to: Discover new readers Retain & nurture current readers Provide splinter offers to increase your revenue [and yes, I’ll explain what a splinter offer is in the course and how it can make up to 50% or more of your revenue] Manage your ARCs Manage your...
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    New for 2017 Vlogging for Authors Mini-Course: YouTube & Video Foundations with Lisa London

    Description Did you know that.... Posts with videos attract 3X more links than text-only posts. 4X as many consumers would prefer to watch a video about a product than to read about it. 76.5% of marketers and small business owners in an Animoto survey who have used video marketing say it had a...
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    New for 2017 Beautiful Branding for Authors: Creating Blog Images with Lisa London

    Did you know that.... Blog articles with images get 94% more views? Or that Including a Photo and a video in a product release [aka as your book release] increases views by over 45%? An estimated 84 percent of communications will be visual by 2018 Posts that include images produce 650 percent...
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    New for 2017 Blogging for Authors with Lisa Siefert

    Many writers hear that they should start blogging to build their platform, help them get published, or sell more books. But is blogging right for you and your career? If so, what should you blog about? And perhaps most importantly, how can you do it effectively and without wasting important time...
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    Writing Life Walk More, Write More: Walk Your Way to Higher Word Counts with coach and author Lisa Siefert

    Starbucks President Michelle Gass wakes up at 4:30 a.m. every morning to run. Vogue editor Anna Wintour is on the tennis court by 6:00 a.m. every morning before work. Richard Branson, founder of Virgin Group, frequently starts his day with a morning run. What do these highly successful people...