The Three Kinds Of Booklet Authors – Which One Are You?

Are you someone who gets an idea, and once you implement it the idea grows into something much larger than what you originally anticipated?  If you thrive on this kind of growth, a booklet business might seem like small potatoes to you.  But, your business doesn’t have to stay small if you want to do something on a grander scale.

A booklet is simply a vehicle to help you get from where you are to where you want to be.  There are three kinds of booklet authors – those whose business is all about booklets, those whose business has nothing to do with booklets, and those who are not quite sure what they want their business to focus on.  But, no matter which kind of author you are, a booklet can be instrumental in taking your business to new heights.

How To Grow Your Booklet Business When You Don’t Know What You Want

When you begin your booklet adventure, you might focus on one title, creating it and selling it.  You may not be able to see beyond that first booklet, and you may not want to.

At some point, however, new opportunities will present themselves and you will get to choose which direction you want your business to go.  You’ll be able to grow your business into whatever you want it to be.

At the beginning of your journey, you can’t see every twist and turn in the road.  A booklet may sound like a good idea to you, and you may be open to what lies ahead, but that’s as far as your “idea” goes.

You might not think about growing a million dollar business when you start.  You might just want some extra money on the side, or money might not even be part of the equation for you at all.  Perhaps you simply have a message you want to get out to the world and you like to write, and that’s your starting point.

You don’t have to have everything all figured out from day one.  All you need to do is decide which opportunities you’ll take advantage of when they present themselves, and your business will grow.

When You’ve Got It All Figured Out And It’s Not All About Booklets

Are you someone who knows where your business is going and it’s not focused on booklets?  You don’t have to sell booklets as a product in order for you to benefit from them.

You might use a booklet as a sample of your book, or it might be used as thank you gift to entice people to buy your main product.  Your booklet might be a promotional tool for you if you hand it to your audience for free when they attend your seminar.  Or, your booklet could be an easy way to test your market before you create the full blown product.

Creating a booklet doesn’t mean you must have a business that is focused only on booklets.  Your booklet may be a means to reaching an end that has nothing to do with booklets at all.

When It Is All About Booklets

If your plan is to create a booklet business that only sells booklets, you will still find that you have many opportunities for growth.  You may create a booklet about one subject, and then decide to branch out into other areas of your market by creating other booklets within the same subject area.

For example, your first booklet might be about caring for a newborn, which you market to new mothers.  You might create other, related booklets to sell to the same market, such as how to find the best daycare for a newborn, how to help older siblings adjust to the new baby, or the most common breastfeeding questions answered.  Your booklet business would grow in titles offered to your market.

Eventually, you may even decide to branch out into other, related markets such as parents of toddlers.  There’s no end to the opportunities that you can take advantage of.

Another option is that you might one day decide to venture beyond the booklet and create other products to offer your market, such as books, ebooks, cd’s or dvd’s.  It’s all up to you!

Of course, before you can take advantage of the opportunities that await you, you must first create your booklet.  It’s time!  Do it now!

To your riches,


PS: Need a little help to get started with your booklet?  Do you have questions that need answers?  I am available, by appointment, to consult with you on your project.  You don’t have to try to navigate through the process alone. I’ve been where you are and I can help you, and probably save you alot of time, trouble and money.

My fee is currently a paltry $149.00 for 30 minutes, and I guarantee that our time together will help you or I’ll refund every penny you’ve paid.  That’s right.  If at the end of our time together you don’t feel I have helped you, just say the word and you’ll receive a 100% full refund of every cent you’ve paid.

Why would I do this?  Because I’ve seen too many shysters out there who will take your money and if you’re not satisfied with the service they provide, that’s just too bad.  They win, you lose.  That’s just not fair, and I won’t do that to you.  I believe in running an honest business and treating my customers and clients fairly – the same way I like to be treated when I do business with someone.

What I will NOT guarantee is how long my price will remain this low.  Once my new product becomes available my consulting fee will go up considerably, so I urge you to take advantage of this opportunity now!  Just contact me by leaving me a comment here on the blog, and I’ll email you to set up an appointment.  It’s that easy and you’ve got nothing to lose, so do it now!

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