The Author’s Money Tree: How to Grow a Bountiful Readership Organically
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It takes three full seasons to reap the true rewards of The Author’s Money Tree: planting, growing, and harvesting. And it’s well worth all the effort. The Author’s Money Tree Season #1: Planting There are three effective ways to plant an abundance of seeds with your desired readership: productive blogging, prolific publishing, or (better yet) both. If you are strategic in the way you do these things, you’ll be amazed by how quickly your sprouts begin to show. That’s the beauty of being a writer in this digital age of book publishing. Writing is selling in the online world. And keywords are the seeds you’re planting to feed all your hungry readers at harvest time. The Author’s Money Tree Season #2: Growing But those keywords will never be enough on their own. Each sprout needs to be fed and watered so it can grow, and this takes time and patience. Quality content is the fertilizer that breathes life into a sprout and helps it grow into a healthy sapling. Proper search engine optimization (SEO) is the mulch that prevents your sapling from being taken over by larger weeds. You need a strong root system to grow a bountiful money tree that will bear fruit for you, year after year, and stand the test of time. This is crucial to your progressive success in future harvest seasons, and I’ll show you exactly how to do it. The Author’s Money Tree Season #3: Harvesting And now comes the fun part! Harvest time is when you reap the rewards of all your efforts. In this section of the book, you’ll meet some authors who are earning six-figure incomes from their readerships in their own harvest seasons. You’ll learn some of the strategies they’re using to harvest the same crops, over and over again, while planting new seeds each year. Do you want to grow an abundant readership? This is a totally sustainable system that you can use successfully for fiction, non-fiction, and even poetry. Truth! Even James Patterson Shakes The Author’s Money Tree Independent authors aren’t the only ones shaking The Author’s Money Tree in new ways. Even mainstream thriller author, James Patterson, has jumped on this band wagon with his BookShots line.