The $100 per day Author

I am going to reposition myself, and brand myself, as the $100 per day author.  From now on, I am going to teach my clients how to do two things.  First, I want them to create $100 per day in sales, and then second, I want to teach them how to create $100 per day in income from being an author.

I don’t think this is an unreasonable goal.  If you do $100 per day in sales, then you are generating $36,600.  If you do the same in income, then the numbers are the same, but you get to keep it all!

Now, some people will say, “How did you get that figure?  Shouldn’t it be $36,500?”  Don’t forget, I am the author of “Happy Leap Year!”.  I give everyone an extra day each year.  It makes a difference.

In the weeks to come, I will be writing more about the $100 per day author strategy.  I want you to have something meaningful after all of your work.  Will making that money set you free?  Probably not.  But, for the vast majority of authors, it would be great if they weren’t writing for free!

Is it hard to do?  Well, yes, but certainly within the reach of almost every author.  In fact, I will include some great case studies for both fiction and non-fiction.

Stay tuned, and get ready to start making $100 per day.

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Bill Quain, Ph.D. is the author of 20 books. He sold 2 million+ copies, in 20 languages. He is the author of a wide variety of programs for authors, including "Write Fast, Publish Cheap, & Sell More." Bill helps authors make money with their books.
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2 Responses to The $100 per day Author

  1. admin says:

    Great to hear from you. Can you tell me (and the readers of this blog) what kind of idea I sparked in you? Are you an author?

  2. admin says:

    Exchanging hyperlinks is a great way to build traffic. However, you should always check out the hyperlink first, then post it!
    You cannot become a wealthy author without building a network of like-minded individuals. The important thing is to drive traffic and to create interest. Hyperlinks to other blogs, great websites, or special deals give your readers new, fresh information.
    One more thought – don’t be afraid to establish an affiliate link whenever possible. If your readers are going to make purchases, you might as well get a piece of the action. I will be writing more about affiliates in the future.

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