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What’s an Author Got to Do to Get Some Reviews? By Nicki Elson

Good book sales are driven by reviews. I won’t preach to the choir about the importance of book reviews at Amazon—you know having lots of them will encourage readers to click that “buy” button. But how do we encourage readers to leave reviews? With my latest releases, I used NetGalley, Book Review Buzz, Reading Alley, …
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The Pro Rookie: Be The Player by Liz Crowe

I recently had the privilege of attending something that was presented to me as “sales training” for my day job—that of convincing people to sell and /or buy what for most of them will be the biggest investment (or two or three) they every make. “Real Estate” in other words. Said training was to occur …
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The Pro Rookie: Green Is Not A Good Color On You by Liz Crowe

Once upon a time some smart math dude came up with a little something called “the theory of relativity.” It has a lot to do with gravity, the space-time continuum and other physics-related (read: unintelligible to this author) verbiage. But for me, this term is something I have come to use to keep myself sane …