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Status: Private Company   Founded: -   Annual Revenue (2018):
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Promote A Book Overview What Would Happen if Your Book was a Bestseller?

It’s the difference between getting your name out and having the world beat a path to your door. It’s the difference between incremental and exponential growth. It’s the difference between simple visibility and explosive success. What is it? It’s the difference between having a book published and in print and having a bestseller.

How Will You Promote Your Book ?
Creating a bestseller is 90% knowledge, secrets and timing, and only about 10% great book. The crazy thing…very few people in the publishing world understand that. Promote a Book does. We’re about you, your book and the bestseller lists. Period. We’ve already created 12 bestsellers. Will your book be next?

Your book as a promotional tool
Having a book in print gives you a certain amount of credibility and visibility. Let’s face it: authors who have published books — however dull or unprofessional-looking — tend to get the speaking engagements over those who haven’t published books. Similarly, those who have authored national bestsellers can command higher fees for their speaking or services than those who have not. For gaining the national spotlight — and the opportunity to talk about your products or services — nothing beats a bestselling book.

Think of your book as an oversized company brochure or business card. Think of it as a tool for building credibility or visibility. Think of it as a profit center, or as a persuasive sales presentation for unknown customers. Your book can be any or all of these things. In the hands of its intended audience, your book generates business, revenue, and exposure.

How will you measure success?
As it pertains to your book or your business, what will cause you to “pop the cork” and celebrate your accomplishments? Fame? Fortune? Making a difference in people’s lives? Once you have that celebration party, what will you have just accomplished? Regardless of how you answer that question, Promote A Book can help.

If you can imagine your book as a bestseller, and if you have certain un-leveraged assets, Promote-a-Book can give your book its very best shot at making the bestsellers lists. And doing that, could well make you famous.

Turning the book you already have into the bestseller it could be-might be the single most important business decision you ever make. Give your book the chance it deserves. Call Promote-a-Book.

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Promote A Book History I am Mike Drew, a veteran of the book industry. I joined Executive Excellence in 1997 as publicist and special sales coordinator. I moved to Bard Press in 1999, where I served as publicity, special sales, and events coordinator. Later, when Bard Press was sold, I became marketing director for Bard Press/Longstreet Press. Most recently I was the marketing director for Entrepreneur Press, which is owned by the publisher of Entrepreneur magazine.

I have played a key role in creating these 33 national bestsellers including:

Tom Connellan, Inside the Magic Kingdom: 7 Keys to Disney's Success (Bard Press, 1997 — after 3 years of strong sales, reached the Wall Street Journal business bestseller list)

Roy H. Williams, Secret Formulas of the Wizard of Ads (Bard Press, 1999 — #1 on the Wall Street Journal business bestseller list, September 16, 2000, and the New York Times business bestseller list, October 2000). The book won Business Book of the Year from ForeWord magazine.

Tobin Smith, ChangeWave Investing: Picking the Next Monster Stocks of the New Economy (Bard Press, 2000 — won the "triple crown," hitting all 3 major national business bestseller lists simultaneously: New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal)

Herb Kay, How to Get Filthy Stinking Rich and Still Have Time for Great Sex: An Entrepreneur's Guide to Wealth and Happiness (Bard Press, 2000 — hit the New York Times and Wall Street Journal business bestseller lists)

Ivan R. Misner and Don Morgan, Masters of Networking: Building Relationships for Your Pocketbook and Soul (Bard Press, 2000 — hit the New York Times and Wall Street Journal business bestseller lists). I won the PMA Benjamin Franklin Award for Excellence and Innovation in Marketing with this book and broke the world record for most book signings in more then one city on the same day — 56.

Jon Spoelstra, Marketing Outrageously (Bard Press, 2001 — hit the Wall Street Journal business bestseller list)

Roy H. Williams, Magical Worlds of the Wizard of Ads (Bard Press, 2001 — hit the Wall Street Journal business bestseller list)

Dennis A. Romig, Side-by-Side Leadership (Bard Press, 2001 — hit the New York Times and Wall Street Journal business bestseller lists)

Bobby Bowden, The Bowden Way (Longstreet Press, 2001 — hit the Wall Street Journal business bestseller list)

Anthony Parinello, Secrets of VITO: Think and Sell Like a CEO (Entrepreneur Press, 2002 — hit the Wall Street Journal business bestseller list)

Tom Connellan, Bringing Out the Best in Others (Bard Press, 2003 — hit the New York Times bestseller list)

John Assaraf, The Street Kid's Guide to Having it All(Longstreet Press, 2003 —hit the Wall Street Journal businessbestseller list and the New York Times Advice/How To Best-sellers list)

Jordan Rubin, The Makers Diet (Silaom, 2004 —spent 16 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list and hit the USA Today best sellers list)

Ivan Misner, Masters of Success (Entrepreneur Press, 2004 —hit number 1 on Wall Street Journal business bestseller list)

Bryan Eisenberg & Jeffrey Eisenberg, Call To Action: Secret Formulas to Improve Online Results (Wizard Academy Press, 2005 —hit the New York Times Advice/Howto list and USA Today bestseller list, the USA Today Money list at #4 and Wall Street Journal Non-fiction #11 and business list at #4.)

Harv T. Eker, Secrets of the Millionaire Mind: Mastering the Inner Game of Wealth (HarperBusiness, 2005 —New York Times #1 Business Best-seller, USA Today Money Best-seller, Wall Street Journal #1 Business Best-seller, the New York Times Advice/How to list, the USA Today Top 50 Best-seller list, the Wall Street Journal Non-fiction and BusinessWeek Best-seller.)

Dr. Ben Lerner, One Minute Wellness: The Natural Health & Happiness System that Never Fails (Thomas Nelson, 2005 —hit the New York Times Advice/How to list, the USA Today Top 50 bestseller, and the Wall Street Journal Non-fiction.)

Steven M. Kaplan, Bag the Elephant: How to Win and Keep Big Customers (Bard Press, 2005 —hit the New York Times Advice/How to list, the New York Times Business list, the USA Today Top 150 bestseller list, the USA Today Money list, the Wall Street Journal Non-fiction and the Wall Street Journal business list, BusinessWeek Best-sellers list.)

Joel Greenblatt, The Little Book that Beats the Market (Wiley, 2005—hit the New York Times Advice/How to list, the New York Times Business list, the USA Today Top 150 bestseller list, the USA Today Money list, the Wall Street Journal Non-fiction and the Wall Street Journal business list, BusinessWeek Best-sellers list.)

Herb Greenberg and Patrick Sweeney, Succeed on Your Own Terms (McGraw Hill, 2006—hit the New York Times Advice/How to list, the New York Times Business list, the USA Today Top 150 bestseller list, the USA Today Money list, the Wall Street Journal Non-fiction and #1 on Wall Street Journal business list.)

Bryan Eisenberg & Jeffrey Eisenberg, Waiting for Your Cat to Bark(Thomas Nelson, 2006 —hit the New York Times Business list, USA Today top 150 bestseller list #54, the USA Today Money list at #4 and Wall Street Journal Non-fiction #10 and business list at #2.)

Michael can tell you just what all those marvelous benefits are that you will get from becoming the author of a bestselling book—selling a lot of books is just the beginning. He can also tell you about the four ways of reaching any of the bestseller lists.
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