….…and not in a good way either.
I scrolled back through the YouTube video, and sure as anything, that’s what she said.
“We’ve a couple of Cadillac levels, but if you were looking for the beginner package, that would be about $3000.”
Hence the spitting out of coffee and narrowly missing ruining another good laptop.
It’s no wonder authors never make any sales, or give up before they’ve began.
I don’t know about you, but even with all the bright shiny b.s that’s been flying around lately, $3000 could buy Barry a lot of toys to amuse himself with.
Oh, and that’s not even some of the best bits.
“There are a couple of sites you can send your book to get it reviewed, in the price range of $250 and upwards…”
$250 for a review?
I showed you back in my children’s picture book course, how to build a list of reviewers for free.
Probably not same as having Mr. A Pompousass on your book description, but all your reviewers aren’t doing it for the money.
I’m putting the finishing touches to my new marketing course. As I said yesterday, it’s not going to be as big as expected, but comparing it to those prices, you’re getting a bargain.
For those of you that didn’t see my way of building a reviewers list, you can get all the info here.
Even if you bought it for that alone, you’re already over $200 in profit.
For those that did, and aren’t using it?
You can’t see this, but I’m shaking my head in confusion.
Sometimes you don’t know when you have it good.