A writer and the parasites that prey on him or her

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As you may have noticed LearningCreators.com (and the rest of my sites) have been down for an extended period of time. Unfortunately, I (and my sites) were subject to that modern abomination known as a hacking attack. It was perpetrated

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Writing How To Books – Time Based Books

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Have you wondered why we constantly repeat variations on the phrase Writing How To Books when we refer to our system? There really is a reason. When I originally looked at the different types of books, I categorized them into

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DT – “To praise a writer for having done research is like praising a bus driver for knowing how to shift gears” Henry James

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There are four key skills that every writer needs: the ability to read, the ability to write, the ability to market and the ability to research a book. For non-fiction writers especially, the ability to research is critical. Your book

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How do you Blog: – Why every business should blog

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You may have been told that having a blog is a luxury that most companies should avoid. Or perhaps that letting employees participate on a blog is dangerous. Or that only the marketing department should be trusted with a blog. Or worse, that it should be turned over to webmaster — internal or outsourced — and ignored . In this blog entry, you’ll discover why they’re wrong.

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DT – Writing Books can be a crucial element in your Expert Marketing strategy. Or it can be just a way to vent.

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There are many reasons you might have to write a book. One of the best reasons is as part of an expert marketing strategy. Expert marketing is a concentrated effort to build a brand for yourself based on your expertise

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Writing How To Books – Fact Based Books

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So the first type of book we’re going to talk about is the Fact Based book. There is a reason for that. It’s the type of book that our system of writing how to books is best with. It’s a

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DT – Be creative with your ideas not your process. Books need a formal writing system to prevent failure.

A formal writing system doesn’t have to be complex or frightening. In fact, it shouldn’t be. It also shouldn’t involve a great deal of effort on your part. All that is necessary for it to be a formal writing system

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Writing How To Books – Four Types of Books

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If you’ve taken my free course on writing how to books (if not why not? Just go here – it’s free after all!) (or better still go here and buy my book on writing how to books), then you’ve heard

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DT – Writing a good book begins with a good book but ends with great marketing.

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Thousands of great books are written every year. And even more are never written because the last book didn’t sell. Books only have value when they are read. No matter how great they are, no matter how important the ideas

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How do you Blog: – Why blogging should be part of your marketing plan

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Everyone is talking about social marketing right now. But if you focus on social marketing alone, you’ll miss out. Blogging should be a core element in you marketing plan. In this blog entry, you’ll discover why you need to include blogging in your marketing strategy.

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DT – It’s easier to write the middle first. Leave the introduction and conclusion until the end.

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I know it sounds strange. When writing a how to book you will need to tell the reader what you will tell them (and why), then tell them and then tell them what you have told them. The former is

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