Weeks ago, I wrote about my experience publishing books on Kindle. I mentioned that one of the most common questions I get asked by potential authors is if publishing on kindle is really profitable. And when I say “really profitable”, I mean something one can live on and not some change. My answer was Yes […]
If you really think about it; why publish a book in the first place if hundreds of people don’t buy it every month? Why put yourself through the torture if it can’t even pay your bills? I’ve been privileged to discuss with and help a hand full of authors publish ebooks on Kindle. One of […]
When Robert Kiyosaki (one of my favorite personal finance authors) released his book, Why A Students Work for C Students, in 2013, I was eager to get a copy. I visited every available bookstore in Lagos but couldn’t find a copy. I had two options. One: Order the paperback version from Amazon, pay for shipping […]
First published on Jun 24, 2014 @ 09:50, and edited on Jun 09, 2015 @ 09:32. After world war two in 1945, Japan was in ruins. Hiroshima and Nagasaki have been wrecked by atomic bomb. Factories have been burnt to ashes. Nearly everyone was jobless. How would a devastated nation with no natural resources, only […]
To create a website, rather than be like the wind trying to forcefully take the man’s jacket off, be like the sun that gently shines him into warmth. And he will willingly take off his jacket for you. Putting up an online brochure kind of website on a crowded place like the internet is like putting up a sign post on a commercial vehicle and hoping the passengers shows up. As a business owner online, it is your duty to attract and keep an audience. This brings us to the next point.