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BRASELTON, Ga - Consultants who think that writing a book is too time-consuming, too expensive and not profitable are going to miss an important short cut to a successful conclusion, says a bookstore. ForbesBooks CEO Adam Witty said on Wednesday at the FPA retreat that real book purchases are beside the point.
Rather, he said, consultants acquire authoritative, well-known in niches and expert knowledge by means of publication, i.e. by winning and keeping customers. He quoted President Trump and Suze Orman as an example of those whose accounts have given them the credit that has helped them throughout their career. Each year, Robert Phelan, an Hartford, Connecticut-based sales representative, spends his entire advertising budgets on sending 5,000 free prints of his book Broke:
Approximately 3% of those who get the accounts will keep them, Witty said. Consultants gain immediate trustworthiness when they distribute their book to potential customers, he says. They also help them reach a particular audience, such as Norcross, Georgia-based CEO of Shalin Financial Services, Rajesh Jyotishi, who has written a book specifically on topics that affect Indian-American customers.
Wealth is in the niches," Witty said. In November, Forbes Books announces a 23-year -old relationship with Advantage Media. We offer a special feature called "talk your book", which saves the consultants the trouble of writing. It will cost $25,000 to $30,000 and will take about 12 hrs of interviewing and six month, Witty said.
Consultants can conserve money by writing the text themselves and not writing dictations, and some 250 consultants have written under Advantage's patronage. At the FPA meeting, the bid did not immediately convince the public of around 25 consultants. A consultant in the group said he spends 1,000 hrs in two years writing his book.
Some of them provided self-publish content management solutions that were much less expensive than Advantage. In 2008 Stephen Brody from Greenville, North Carolina, released a book entitled "What Your Happiest Friends Already Know". Took Brody a while to write and he noticed that he was writing for a whole weekend or so in a remote hut in a mountain retreat near his house.
However, Witty made some good points in his speech, Brody said. Consultants who are published by Witty's firm maintain full editorial copyrights to their work, he said. Documented Witty and President Trump's statement of his control improvement plans a morning early, the accounts deliver a stepping stone to medium looks that will help consultants get their name out to the general publicat.