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There's a lot of unsavory junk we deal with as entrepreneurs. Often we find ourselves thinking, "This just SUCKS." Writing an eBook? Sucks. Self-promotion? Sucks. Public speaking? Sucks. Inspired by the massive amount of brilliance in the Hungry Entrepreneurs tribe, we’ve created a collaborative eBook that provides a gargantuan amount of mouth-watering value to all entrepre There's a lot of unsavory junk we deal with as entrepreneurs. Often we find ourselves thinking, "This just SUCKS." Writing an eBook? Sucks. Self-promotion? Sucks. Public speaking? Sucks. Inspired by the massive amount of brilliance in the Hungry Entrepreneurs tribe, we’ve created a collaborative eBook that provides a gargantuan amount of mouth-watering value to all entrepreneurs hoping to shorten the learning curves of all those pesky, sucky things. With over 40 different contributing authors, eBooks Suck! puts to rest the worries, the fears and the inevitable feeling of overwhelm for eBook creators everywhere. From the first inkling of your big idea through post-launch revamps, this eBook is a comprehensive guide to making YOUR eBook a smashing success. Find the perfect message to share with your ideal audience. Turn your big idea into an actionable, manageable strategy for success. Figure out what you should charge for your eBook – or if you should charge at all. Decide which pieces of the creation process you can do your damn self and which you should hire out. Write like a bad mamajama – with confidence, professionalism and personal flair. Promote the living bajeebus out of your eBook and do so without feeling like a sleaze. Launch your eBook the right way – the first time. Develop your content beyond the eBook to provide lifetime value. Dot the i’s, cross the t’s, and remember to address the things most eBook creators forget and more! Written by a gaggle of geniuses who have been there/done that, you can count on eBooks Suck (but they don’t have to) to jump start your next project. The genius brains we exhaustively picked: Rachael Kay Albers, Paul Angone, Diana Antholis, Megan Atkinson, Mark Babbitt, Emma Rose Black, Jenny Braithwaite, Barrett Brooks, Rick Brown, Scott Cooksey, Carol Dodsley, Lauryn Doll, Sarah Goshman, Kent Gustavson, Debra Joy Hart, Darren L Johnson, Erin Kurup, Lisa Landtroop, Rhiannon Llewellyn, Shanna Mann, Kara Martin Snyder, Megan Monique, Corrbbmacc O'Connor, Cassie Oswald, Nicole Pamani, Peter Passanisi, Sheri Lee Pierce, Ovetta Sampson, Amy Scott, Dana Sitar, Stewart Snyder, Erin Muldoon Stetson, Kadena Tate, Shanna Trenholm, Dave Ursillo, Mike Vardy, Brandy Walker, Hillary Weiss and Caleb Wojcik


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There's a lot of unsavory junk we deal with as entrepreneurs. Often we find ourselves thinking, "This just SUCKS." Writing an eBook? Sucks. Self-promotion? Sucks. Public speaking? Sucks. Inspired by the massive amount of brilliance in the Hungry Entrepreneurs tribe, we’ve created a collaborative eBook that provides a gargantuan amount of mouth-watering value to all entrepre There's a lot of unsavory junk we deal with as entrepreneurs. Often we find ourselves thinking, "This just SUCKS." Writing an eBook? Sucks. Self-promotion? Sucks. Public speaking? Sucks. Inspired by the massive amount of brilliance in the Hungry Entrepreneurs tribe, we’ve created a collaborative eBook that provides a gargantuan amount of mouth-watering value to all entrepreneurs hoping to shorten the learning curves of all those pesky, sucky things. With over 40 different contributing authors, eBooks Suck! puts to rest the worries, the fears and the inevitable feeling of overwhelm for eBook creators everywhere. From the first inkling of your big idea through post-launch revamps, this eBook is a comprehensive guide to making YOUR eBook a smashing success. Find the perfect message to share with your ideal audience. Turn your big idea into an actionable, manageable strategy for success. Figure out what you should charge for your eBook – or if you should charge at all. Decide which pieces of the creation process you can do your damn self and which you should hire out. Write like a bad mamajama – with confidence, professionalism and personal flair. Promote the living bajeebus out of your eBook and do so without feeling like a sleaze. Launch your eBook the right way – the first time. Develop your content beyond the eBook to provide lifetime value. Dot the i’s, cross the t’s, and remember to address the things most eBook creators forget and more! Written by a gaggle of geniuses who have been there/done that, you can count on eBooks Suck (but they don’t have to) to jump start your next project. The genius brains we exhaustively picked: Rachael Kay Albers, Paul Angone, Diana Antholis, Megan Atkinson, Mark Babbitt, Emma Rose Black, Jenny Braithwaite, Barrett Brooks, Rick Brown, Scott Cooksey, Carol Dodsley, Lauryn Doll, Sarah Goshman, Kent Gustavson, Debra Joy Hart, Darren L Johnson, Erin Kurup, Lisa Landtroop, Rhiannon Llewellyn, Shanna Mann, Kara Martin Snyder, Megan Monique, Corrbbmacc O'Connor, Cassie Oswald, Nicole Pamani, Peter Passanisi, Sheri Lee Pierce, Ovetta Sampson, Amy Scott, Dana Sitar, Stewart Snyder, Erin Muldoon Stetson, Kadena Tate, Shanna Trenholm, Dave Ursillo, Mike Vardy, Brandy Walker, Hillary Weiss and Caleb Wojcik

28 review for eBooks Suck (but they don't have to) - The Most Comprehensive Guide to eBook Conception, Creation and Promotion Quite Possibly Ever (Entrepreneurship Sucks)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ann Thomas

    I didn't actually read the whole book. It's a collection of 44 essays by people who have been there and done it. It's the sort of book to dip into for advice at each stage of your book, from researching and writing through editing and formatting to publishing and promoting. I've read a good portion and surveyed the rest for future use. Highly recommended. I didn't actually read the whole book. It's a collection of 44 essays by people who have been there and done it. It's the sort of book to dip into for advice at each stage of your book, from researching and writing through editing and formatting to publishing and promoting. I've read a good portion and surveyed the rest for future use. Highly recommended.

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    TΞΞL❍CK Mith!lesh

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    Doug

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    Meredyth

  27. 5 out of 5

    Nat

  28. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

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