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By John Locke

Now, for the 1st time ever, John Locke unearths the promoting process he created to promote greater than 1,100,000 eBooks in 5 months! His Credentials: John is the eigth writer within the world-and the 1st self-published writer in history-to have offered 1 million eBooks on Kindle! he's the 1st self-published writer to hit no 1 at the Amazon/Kindle most sensible Seller's record, and the 1st to hit either number one and #2 while! he's a brand new York occasions best-selling writer! He has been featured within the Wall road magazine and leisure Weekly! He has had four of the head 10 books on Amazon/Kindle whilst, together with no 1 and #2! He has had 7 books within the most sensible 34 and eight books within the most sensible 50 even as! those numbers aren't positions inside a class. they're positions that come with all Kindle revenues together with fiction, non-fiction, journal subscriptions, and video game apps! by way of the center of March, 2011, it have been calculated that "every 7 seconds, 24 hours an afternoon, a John Locke novel is downloaded someplace within the world." ...All this was once completed half TIME, with no an agent, publicist, and at almost no advertising price!

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Simply because these 200,000 enthusiasts can be super dependable, and they’ll purchase your destiny books. not just that, those humans could have a circle of effect that might be conscious of your distinct type of writing, simply because pals are likely to just like the similar issues. the right way to locate your target market is to put in writing anything unique! while you’re really unique, the mainstream readers of that style will usually think of your paintings outrageous, or surprising, or insane, or exact, or bizarre, or some of these issues, yet that’s ok. If it’s your unique voice, stand proud and choose certainly one of your books to slam down the throats of the full visible viewers. Then be powerful adequate to house the excessive percent of hate studies you'll definitely get from those that don’t “get” your paintings. loads of authors can’t deal with hate reports. yet a nasty evaluate easily potential an individual outdoor your target market chanced on your publication. The angrier the evaluation, the extra faraway from your target market they're. yet besides the detest experiences, you’ll get a few nice ones. the explanation you’ll get a few nice reports on your unique writing is simply because I don’t care what you’re promoting, there’s a marketplace for it! What I’m asserting, if you’re no longer offending an important variety of readers, your writing will not be very unique. And the fewer unique you’re writing, the fewer dependable your fan base should be. Saving Rachel went out into the realm to pave the best way for my different books. She acquired all overwhelmed and bloody with the intention to support me locate my audience, what I lovingly check with because the cool humans! whilst she came across the cool humans, they received my different books. in case you money the experiences for my books you’ll see that Saving Rachel has the worst percent of confident scores. That’s simply because the next percent of my fanatics got the opposite books. whereas we’re at the topic, enable me inform you how I music reports. Amazon studies move in entire numbers, from one to 5 stars. I throw out the 3-star reports, count number the 1 and 2-star experiences as damaging, and the four and 5-star stories as confident. Then I divide these through the entire quantity. instance: As of this writing, Saving Rachel has 231 4 and 5 famous person studies, and a hundred and fifty five one and megastar reports. That totals 386 experiences (again, I don’t count number the 38 3 big name experiences, in view that they’re neither optimistic or negative). via dividing the confident through the full quantity, i am getting a rating of fifty nine. eight% confident reports. you may imagine that’s negative, and it might be, if all my books had that quantity. yet let’s examine the others: deadly humans: sixty seven. four% optimistic (this used to be my first ebook. i used to be nonetheless studying my craft) want record: seventy two. eight% optimistic (Creed seems to be in under 1/2 this publication) Now & Then: seventy four. four% optimistic (Creed seems to be simply within the first 1/2 this ebook) Vegas Moon: eighty four. 2% optimistic a lady such as you: eighty four. four% optimistic deadly test: ninety. 7% optimistic (Does this suggest deadly test is best written than my different books? No. It simply capacity it's been reviewed through the next percent of my target market than the opposite books).

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