Apr 30, 2008

How To Position Yourself As An Expert By Writing A Book, With Randy Peyser on ARRiiVE RADIO SHOW

Randy Peyser, CEO of Author One Stop, discusses "Book Appendectomies" to get the book inside of you out on the ARRiiVE: Innovations In Business Show.

Show Time: April 30, 2008 2:00PM PST / 5:00 PM EST

Notes: Join Scott, as he interviews Randy Peyser, CEO of Author One Stop, who discusses HOW TO POSITION YOURSELF AS AN EXPERT BY WRITING A BOOK.

Want to be perceived as being a top expert in your field? Writing a book is one of the quickest ways to solidify your reputation, gain credibility in the eyes of your potential clients, and make yourself stand out above your competition. Having a book will not only help you attract more clients, it will also help you to extend your visibility and build your brand. Your book will further open many new doors for you to obtain massive media exposure for your company, attract JV partners, and seamlessly get new prospects into your pipeline.

In this talk, publishing dynamo, Randy Peyser, will show you how to:

  • Quickly write a powerful and easy-to-read book
  • Choose a topic that reflects your expertise, but also addresses your audiences pressing need
  • Use your book as a tool to upsell your more expensive services and products
  • Complete your book when everything else in your life and business is taking priority
A exciting presenter, publishing coach, and editor, Randy Peyser speaks for the publishing industry, as well as for conferences, associations, and organizations. Learn more about Randy Peyser at http://www.authoronestop.com/.

You won't want to miss this dynamic, educational, and fun guest.

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