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  • Broché: 170 pages
  • Editeur : John Locke (1 juin 2011)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1935670913
  • ISBN-13: 978-1935670919
  • Dimensions du produit: 15,2 x 1 x 22,9 cm
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Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Le contenu est très pratique. John Locke a essayé différentes solutions avant de trouver ce chemin qui l'a amené à vendre 1 million d'exemplaires de son livre. Et il a si bien expliqué ce chemin que vous pouvez l'emprunter si vous êtes prêt à mettre la main à la pâte.

Félicitations à John Locke. Je recommande vivement cet ouvrage :)

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Par patricia condoure le 26 septembre 2014
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dommage qu"il ne soit pas publié en français, l'auteur va droit au but. La partie sur le blog est très intéressante. Allez voir son site est très instructif pour les futurs auteurs d'ebooks kindle.
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The Secret He Left Out 27 août 2012
Par Lee Goldberg - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
There is a key piece of advice crucial to his success that he left out of this book: pay readers to leave fake reviews. In an interview with Locke in today's New York Times, he admitted that he paid for 300 reviewers to heap praise on his books, a sleazy promotional technique that seems to have worked for him. Locke admits to buying reviews because "Reviews are the smallest piece of being successful, but it's a lot easier to buy them than cultivating an audience." I have some advice for Locke on a more honest and ethical approach he might want to try: Actually write good books. That's how to build an audience. You do not gain readers, or recognition, by swindling readers into buying your books with fake praise. It's unethical and shows a startling lack of respect for your reader.
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Too be fair, it's not called "How YOU Will Sell..." 20 juillet 2011
Par Shevi - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This book is fine if you're only interested in reading page after page about the author's own success. I was, however, looking for tips on how to be a successful indie publisher, and there are none here you probably couldn't figure out on your own.

Here's what you will find:lots of ads for John Locke's other books, ads that start even before the first page; lots and lots of bragging interspersed with cries of "I'm not bragging!" (the author doth protest too much); lots of talk about why e-publishing is better than traditional publishing; how he spent $25,000 making mistakes (which might be helpful to the few indie publishers who think paid advertising and the like is worth it); lots and lots of promises that he will tell you how he did it (which never goes beyond the obvious) spread over many pages; stuff like "What? I'm giving you a ten thousand dollar idea in a $4.99 eBook, $9.99 paperback? Yup. And I'm including a wealth of other valuable ideas, too" (sounds like an infomercial, doesn't it?); a question and answer session where he asks himself questions like "Where do you get your confidence? How did you know you were going to be successful as an author?" and "How does it feel to have a best selling book?"; a lot about the target audience he writes for and how he interacts with it; an entire chapter about all the things he says you're doing wrong (because who doesn't like an author who assumes his readers are doing everything wrong?); setting goals and how this relates to the time he spent as an insurance salesman (yup, he was an insurance salesman. You can write your own joke here); join Twitter!; develop a brand!; keep writing books!; create a website!; and lots of other things ending with exclamation points!

So don't make the mistake I made, and don't waste your money on this book. Instead, check out J.A. Konrath's blog, A Newbie's Guide to Publishing, and Zoe Winter's hype-free book on the same topic:Smart Self-Publishing: Becoming an Indie Author.
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Disappointing 22 décembre 2011
Par Romper - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I was disappointed by this book because it has very little content, what is there is vague, and much of it is self-promoting fluff. I feel duped outta $2.99.
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Has John Locke lost his marbles? 2 décembre 2011
Par here to help - Publié sur
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To all my fellow John Locke and Donovan Creed fans.

I cannot believe we're talking about the same John Locke! Tell me this is a wind up! I was a fan until I discovered that John Locke or Donovan Creed had deliberately inserted the words Michael J Fox and Parkinson's Disease in a blog, in a carefully thought through strategy to wind readers in, and then insert a link to sell more books. He seems proud to share with his fans how he came up with this fantastic marketing technique.

Check it out for yourself, if it's still on his blog. It was there two days ago but have you noticed that anything that hints of criticism gets deleted overnight? Three people have asked for an explanation. Seems they're still waiting.

If that wasn't bad enough how about his new on-line poll? "Should I or should I not publish my book about the terrible things that happened to a young 15 year old girl who was imprisioned and tortured?"

That is sick. The poll also seems to be rigged. 'NO' votes are not being registered so the outcome will give him the OK to go into print. Guess what? Tell him you love him and feed his ego and your posting WILL be printed. Say something critical and you'll be deleted by the 'Moderator'. My fear is that when it's available, he'll post a sob story about a young Austrian girl who suffered for 25 years in a dungeon. His ploy of using Michael J Fox is, I fear about to be repeated but with the approval of his fans! He's been invited to promise he won't do that but as response. Watch this space because that's what it will soon be.
John H
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It's an ad for his own books 2 octobre 2011
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle
I will admit right now, I didn't finish this book. I got too annoyed by having to sift through the details of his novels in order to find info on what he did.
Sadly, this annoyance was great enough that I gave up, took the recommendation on another book (Smart Self-Publishing by Zoe Winters) and, that was that.
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