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Mitchell Levy: Using Social Media Enabled eBooks to Market You and Your Book

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Mitchell Levy is an experienced author, facilitator, speaker , thought leader and entrepreneur. He is the author of 56 books. One of his latest books, Mitchell Levy on Creating Thought Leaders: Helping Experts Inside of Corporations Amplify Their Thought Leadership, helps the key staff, leaders, and proactive employees inside organizations internalize and act on becoming thought leaders in consonance with the fast-changing times. 

He is also the CEO of Happy About® and THiNKaha®, thought leadership/publishing firms that help the professional expert become thought leaders in their fields. Mitchell Levy can write a non-fiction book in 8 hours.  He is an expert leader, content curator, creative thinker and book publisher.

About our interview he says, "Anyone can write a book in 20-60 hours or a social media enabled eBook in 2-10. As books are not dead and they continue to be a great vehicle for communicating a message, so people can get attention in days/weeks by writing an AHA book and becoming a recognized thought leader within a year. The reason why books are great is that anything written is perceived to be true. So you can create your own book by writing down your experiences. You can curate content easily and eventually become a recognized author and a thought leader in sometime. Thought leaders create trends and in?uence the industry. Thus, In order to be successful, you need to understand the concept of thought leadership. Listerers will learn:

  • The steps necessary to grow your network with 5 minutes a day.
  • How you can quickly test varying book ideas.
  • How you can work with your community to crowdsource content and create goodwill.
  • Techniques you can use to pick up work.
  • How to quickly create compelling messages that your current and future advocates will want to share with their networks."

 

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