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Internet marketing rock star, Guy Kawasaki, joins Jim Paris Live to discuss his latest book - The Art Of Social Media. How to make money from social media? The importance of selecting the right name for Twitter. Why your profile pages are a major key to social media success. How much of your own content to share vs.curating content from other sources. Should you follow back everyone that follows you on Twitter? Why social media is no different than an in-person conversation. Guy also shares information about Canva.com, a popular platform that can be used to create stunning graphics to use in your social media posts.
in Self Help
Host Cloris Kylie welcomes author and publishing expert, Ken Dunn. Ken will share the nuts and bolts of how to get your book written and published in today’s busy and confusing publishing industry.
About Ken Dunn:
As CEO/Founder of Next Century Publishing, Ken Dunn is currently leading the charge in changing the way people write, read and experience books. After spending 14 years in investigative and tactical policing, Dunn was able to hone deep organization and leadership skills, but also spark an entrepreneurial fire that laid deep inside.
Throughout his policing career, Dunn was always starting businesses. In 2001, Dunn started KPLJ Investments Mortgage Origination and from there the business grew rapidly due to its groundbreaking direct selling techniques which ultimately forced Dunn to leave law enforcement. Dunn, wanting to do more and play his hand at starting other businesses, sold KPLJ in 2005.
In the past decade, Dunn has traveled to 40 different countries building sales, organizations and teaching leadership. Dunn’s achievements in direct selling ultimately led him to join the publishing industry where he has also successfully authored three books.
In 2010, Dunn launched Next Century Publishing and merged with Pilot Communications where he serves as the company's CEO and founder.
Learn more about Ken at http://www.learnhowtowriteabookintwohours.com and www.NextCenturyPublishing.com
Visit Cloris's Site: http://www.cloriskylie.com
Publishing for a Cause.... with Kingdom Publisher
Share your community Event and be my guest on Publishing For A Cause. A Community of Believers who's pursuing changing a community by cultivating a spirit of Unity within every Community.
Listen every Tuesday and thursday from 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
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Make the connection Listen to Publishing For A Cause , with Radio Host Evangelist Debra A. Jackson. Every Tuesday and Thursday @ 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM . Spotlighting Community Outreach events and Advocating for Change. Evangelist Jackson is the CEO of the Kingdom Publisher, her vision is to reach a million souls through publishing community outreach events and celebrating life honoring people of change . This program will air for 2 hours every Tuesday and Thursday. Share this message with at least one person, that the "King" is coming on blogtalkradio. visit www.dajevangelisticoutreachministries.org . For more information call:855-639-0778
Transforming communities by promotiny UNITY. Read Psalms 133.
It's Your favorite Urban Fiction Hosts K.C. Baylor and Santiago here with more information about the publishing industry. This weeks show is about Publishing Contracts. It's a crazy game writer's and publishers play and knowing what the expectations are should be spelled out in the contract. Everything isn't always what it seems so avoid future gripes by learning the lingo before you sign on the dotted line.
Learn what to expect in your publishing contract here with Urban Fiction News Radio. We make publishing sexy! Don't forget to share and follow to receive updates on future shows. If you'd like to be featured visit www.urbanfictionnews.com
Host of Successipes,Lori Wilk welcomes the CEO of Next Century Publishing, the founder of ReadersLegacy.com ,author of multiple best-selling books, Kenn Dunn to talk about latest book: "Learn How to Write a Book in Two Hours."
At first I wanted to believe the title of the book was about writing a book in two hours and I was so ready . I thought, " If Ken can teach me to write a book in two hours, I'm going to take 8 hours and write 4 books. Then, you two can help me publicisze them. This would be the push in the right direction for completion and publishing that most authors are seeking."
Then, reality hit, the best anyone can do is learn how to write a book in 2 hours, not actually write it.- It's a process and there are steps in the process to be followed so you write a quality book that gets into the hands of the right audience to be a success. I can't wait for the interview.
Michelle Colon Johnson will be honored by Ken at his upcoming Author event in Las Vegas June 4-7 at the JW Marriott. Ken is also the founder and CEO of Reader's Legacy launching in June.
Stay tuned and tune-in for insights, information and inspiration.
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There are many Podcast which spur the interest of those on the web, but did you know there is more to it then just being on the web? Our guest will shed light on the topic of Podcasting, how it can make you millions.
Naresh Vissa (www.nareshvissa.com)
Founder & CEO of Krish Media & Marketing (www.krishmediamarketing.com)
Co-founder & Publisher of Moneyball Economics (www.moneyballeconomics.com)
Author of the #1 bestselling book, Podcastnomics: The Book of Podcasting... To Make You Millions
Naresh Vissa is a media, marketing and publishing entrepreneur and product launch and marketing specialist. Vissa has worked with leading publishers, corporations, and media firms to improve their bottom lines through marketing. He is also the author of the #1 bestseller PODCASTNOMICS: The Book Of Podcasting... To Make You Millions.
Born and raised in Houston, Texas, Vissa played a lot of chess and basketball, a few instruments, and fought his way to a First Degree Black Belt in Taekwondo. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from Syracuse University's Honors Program with degrees in broadcast journalism, finance and accounting. He earned a Master's Degree from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business.
This week, Barbara Ehrenreich discusses “Rise of the Robots” and “Shadow Work”; Alexandra Alter has news from the publishing world; Andrew Solomon talks about Oliver Sacks’s new memoir, “On the Move”; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.
This week, Alan Riding discusses two new books about Shakespeare’s women characters and his personal life; Parul Sehgal and John Williams have news from the literary world; Michelle Orange talks about five new essay collections; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.