In this issue . . .
-- Wall Street Journal column on books and reading
-- Make big money and sell more books by speaking at colleges
-- Ten Million Eyeballs: new offers
-- Free promotional audio seminars: Listen anytime you want!
-- The School of Podcasting
Wall Street Journal column on books and reading
An old college friend of mine, Cynthia Crossen, has been a Wall Street
Journal reporter for many years. She has now started writing a lot about
books. Her new column, Dear Book Lover, features answers to readers'
questions about books and reading. To ask a question, email Cynthia at
She also interviews authors in her Just Asking column. Recently, she
has interviewed Doris Lessing, Sarah Vowell, Nick Harkaway, Rose
Tremain, Moustafa Bayoumi, and Irina Reyn. To contact Cynthia via
email directly, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Before contacting her, please read a few of her columns. You can find
her most recent columns at: http://online.wsj.com/public/search/
Do not commit the mistake of contacting her without reading her most
recent columns. If you really want to be successful in pitching any
media person (reporter, producer, etc.), you need to know their work.
Study their previous writings or shows, and you'll triple your chances
of getting a yes.
Ten Million Eyeballs Events: new offers
Beginning right after the election in November, John Kremer will be
presenting his Ten Million Eyeballs Event as an online series of videos
that will show you exactly how to expose your book, your website, or
your ideas to millions of people online. This online seminar will allow you
to learn at your own pace, rewatch lessons as often as you want, and
absorb the truly effective ways to reach millions of people via the
Read all about this new online program at the following website:
Q: Will all the 12 one-hour videos be available at once or over time?
In other words, will they be released weekly or all at once for viewing?
Is there a specific time line for your course?
A: The 12 videos will become available as I make them. I'll probably end
up making two or three a week following the Presidential election.
There will be weekly Q&A teleseminars for those who take the Latinum
or Platinum offers.
Q: I am not familiar with Camtasia videos. Do I download them to my
computer to watch them or do I watch them directly online?
A: The videos can be watched directly online, just as you would watch
any YouTube or other video online. You will have on-going access to
them so you can watch them again and again if you like.
Q: Can I begin with the Gold offer and upgrade to one of the other two
A: Yes, you can upgrade from one level to another at any time you want.
But note that if you wait to upgrade to the Latinum or Platinum levels,
you could miss out on the live questioning since the Q&A sessions will
be conducted live (one per week for twelve weeks). Again, these Q&A
telesessions will be available to you to listen to again and again.
Note also that if you sign up for the Platinum offer, your personal
consultation session will also be recorded and available for you to listen
Free promotional audio seminars: Listen anytime you want!
If you didn't get a chance to attend either of the teleseminars that John
Kremer did with publicist Annie Jennings, you can listen to them here:
How to Attract 10 Million Eyeballs to Your Website with Internet
Marketing: Annie Jennings interviews John Kremer
How to Create an All Heart Business with Annie Jennings:
How to Mega Launch Your New Book & Countdown to Launch Date:
For more teleseminars offered by Annie Jennings, check out:
The School of Podcasting
Have you been thinking about podcasting to promote your books and
ideas but not sure how to get started or how to go about getting it all
done? Then check out the School of Podcasting at:
We are living in a time when new art works should shoot bullets.
— Clifford Odets, playwright
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