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First off, I want to give a big thank you to everyone who has been listening to these first 100 episodes. I originally gave myself a runway of recording 50 episodes and we have blown past that number. Sincerely, thank you so much!
In honor of our 100th episode, I will be kicking off a new 5-part mini-series called “Make Me Feel Dumb”. The premise of this series will be to personally challenge me and our business and document the process for you guys. I wanted to intentionally seek out people who are ahead of us in business and offer to hire them for an hour of coaching, which we would then record for the podcast. So, next week you will hear a behind-the-scenes conversation with myself and Nathan Barry, the founder of ConvertKit.
Today on the podcast, I am interviewing Alyssa about the process of preparing to launch her ebook on Amazon. Her ebook, A Beginner’s Guide to Living in an RV, will be available on November 14th. This will be our first experience in launching a book on Amazon and we will be documenting the process for the website and the podcast.
Update: Alyssa’s book is available on Amazon now!
A few things we talk about in this episode:
- Why Alyssa wants to launch her ebook on Amazon
- What new content will be in the updated version
- Launch strategies for the guide – pricing, launch team, reviews, and more!
- Fears around publishing an ebook
Links mentioned in this episode:
- Your Move: The Underdog’s Guide to Building Your Business by Ramit Sethi
- There Is No Good Card for This by Kelsey Crowe and Emily McDowell
- Rejection Proof by Jia Jang
- Scrivener editing software
Want to learn more about writing, publishing, and launching an ebook?
Head over to our latest podcast series: From Blog to Book. Start with the first episode here.
Update: Giveaway ended. Congrats to Larry of Cedar Creek, Texas!
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