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  • Short and sweet.

    Short and sweet. It tells you exactly what to do to get more readers. 1. Build an email list. 2. Supercharge your email list by giving something away for free (a free book, short story, whatever as incentive for people to sign up to your list). 3. Create a funnel book: a book that is permanently free on all the online stores. Make sure your free book that serves as a magnet for your email list is advertised in this book. Honestly, even with the free book, I haven’t had the “thousand new followers in a week” that the author goes on about. Perhaps I should do the funnel book – but that will only be possible with time. (One can only write and publish at a certain pace.) I knew all of this already, following Joanna Penn’s blog and newsletter, so nothing new in this book for me. It’s still a good resource when you’re just starting out with your email list – lots of tips on how to do it right. So I’ll recommend this to all indie authors trying to build their list.

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  • Excellent Advice

    Easy to understand & follow. Conversational & readable. Thank you, Nick. I can't wait to put this into practice!

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  • Reader Magnet

    I spotted this book for free when looking for new non-fiction books to read and grabbed it as it sounded promising. It was slightly underwhelming though. It's quite the short read. It has some good advice, but the whole book is basically one piece of advice and a bit about how to implement with setting up a newsletter, landing page etc. And it didn't contain much information I didn't already know. I think it's mostly because it all is advice I already knew, although this author does implement things a bit differently than I usually see or would recommend. This strategy would work just as well with either a prequel or a free novella in my opinion. The author does talk things through clearly and his advice is easy to follow and he explains all the steps surrounding it to set it up. I also struggled a bit with the writing style. It just didn't quite work for me. It had almost a bit of a sale-y tone. Not quite sure what it was, but it wasn't really my preferred style to read. It is clear the author knows what he is talking about and he seems to have enough experience with selling books. To summarize: if you want to know this authors advice on reader magnets and how to implement this, it's a decent read. The advice is clear and the steps explained well. It was a bit on the short side and didn't contain much advice I didn't already know. But it's free, and short, so why it doesn't cost much to check it out and see what the book had to offer. For me this was slightly underwhelming, a bit on the short side and the writing style didn't quite work for me.

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