Sep 27, 2013

So You Must Write For A Living: Blog or Book?
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So you must write for a living. Either you have a passion for it or you
perhaps your job requires you do it. Writing can open many doors, but good writing takes practice. Just the other day while having lunch in an upscale restaurant I had a conversation with a nice lady which led me to ask her what she did for a living.

She had been in real estate for over 30 years. I mentioned Internet Billboards and explained a little bit about what we do and she said that she had thought about selling a product online, but did not know what product to sell.

She asked me for a couple ideas, and I said, why not write and sell a book on real estate. After all you can self publish and get it on Amazon, and after thirty years I am sure she has some professional insight’s people would be willing to pay for.

This leads me to this excellent post titled Blog or Book, Which Should You Write? It was written by Linda Dessau and it’s just a super piece. I hope it helps you decide.

Excerpt from her article.

Both, of course! In this article I’ll discuss how blogs and books will grow your business, how you can build on one to write the other, and how your written words can enrich your offline promotional efforts.

via Blog or Book, Which Should You Write?.

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