I'm taking Geoff Shaw's Kindling course and he mentioned John Locke (not the guy from Lost) as one of the examples of success we can get motivated by.
Well I went prowling and bought his book "How I Sold 1 Million eBooks in 5 Months" and I highly recommend it to anyone - regardless of what niche you're going after or if it's non fiction or fiction - doesn't matter.
This guy knows all about:
1. Marketing on the cheap.
2. The value of his meager list and how to court them into high conversions.
3. What NOT to do (which is equally as important as what TO do).
What he's describing can be so helpful to newbies who can't figure out why anyone would want to listen to THEM or buy from THEM.
It's also perfect for people who've been at this for a long time and can't see the kind of success they were hoping for.
Has anyone else read it? I'm almost done and wishing I'd had this years ago.