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JAN
04
2016

How to Become a Published Author in 2016

As the author of 12 physically published books, I am a HUGE proponent of the power that comes from being published. I had the opportunity to spend an hour with David Hancock, founder of Morgan James Publishing. We discussed many issues related to the book industry and how a
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APR
12
2015

And Now, the Moment You’ve Been Waiting For

What happens when more than fifty top social influencers share photos of themselves with your book and blow up the social space so you become virtually unavoidable? As promised in my prelude to the three-part series on the Twitter Power 3.0 book launch, I enjoy doing every book
APR
02
2015

Twitter Power 3.0 Now Available!

It was May 2007 when I signed up for Twitter. My first tweet was much like most first-timers. In 2008, with approximately 5000 followers to my name (that was a lot back then!) I was approached by publishing giant, John Wiley & Sons, to write a book on how businesses could use
AUG
17
2014

Top 5 Questions I Get Asked All the Time

The FAQ is ubiquitous. Every site and business has their most frequently-asked questions. You have them, too. C’mon, think about it. What are the themes that come up again and again in your life? Odds are, people ask you questions related to those same topics, again and
MAY
01
2014

Author U 2014 Extravaganza

During these three jammed-packed days, you will be working with amazing book marketing strategists, publicists, Internet gurus … all done in an intense workshop environment. Joel will be speaking on the various ways to make money online at this 3-day event designed for authors
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SEP
08
2013

How to Become a Recognized Expert in Your Field – The Joel Comm Show Episode #6

In eighteen years of doing business online, there is one thing I have done which I would call my best move ever. It’s the one thing that I did, and that you can do, to extend your reach, empower your brand and build your business. In this episode of The Joel Comm Show, I
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29
2013

Not Another Event!

I recently received a blog comment from someone telling me that I should stop encouraging people to go to live events because they didn’t really learn anything useful and that they were only beneficial for people in the “circle”. That’s the biggest load of