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http://www.havemoreinfluence.com Should you write your book in Word or is there a different kind of software to use when you are self publishing a book?

In this video Julie Broad tackles the question … explaining how your distribution channels will impact the software you use and the format you have to put your book in.

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vittogol says:

I love her when she gets angry with ms word

Brian Brewster says:

I've been sitting on a quasi-memoir book trilogy for two years now. Before I saw this video I was apprehensive about e-publishing. Now I'm pretty sure I'll convert my Word docs to PDF and embed more imagery in it. And I will buy Adobe InDesign to make my book illustrated. Thanks again for this wonderfully informative video, Julie!

Yudi says:

Why are you using that weird background? No need to use green screen. Great video tho

JC Spirit says:

What about LuLu.com

Brad Cooper says:

Thanks for the video, you have great insights. How do you hire someone to format your book in order to have it look like it comes from a traditional publishing house as you said? Hope appreciate the extra suggestions you have about that, thank you!

chris winters says:

I use Scrivener after leaving MS Word for scene layout and writing. Clutter free too. Then, I use Calibre for the different formats like Kindle (and the flavours under that). Calibre is free (I advise donations) and Scrivener is a fraction of InDesign's price.

Extra credit: Both don't install bloat-ware like Adobe. 😉

Good video!

TheHeinmann says:

Was interesting 😀 good video

Evaristo Perez says:

was due a good vid to watch 😉 loved it

LR For We says:

subscribed ! nice job

Simplistic says:

totally amazing B) thumbs up

Mike Sparks says:

Great video and presentation, from 'Music City' Nashville Tennessee, thank you for helping others.

Van Dwellers United says:

Kbookpromotions really does it for me. You can use it to swap reviews, find niches, keywords and the right categories to help rank your books better in the Amazon search results. Also has a rank tracker which allows you to track other peoples books as well as your own.

There's also heaps of marketing features such as the automatic book submission tool which allows you to post your book to over 30 free promotion websites at the click of a button as well as the twitter and facebook posting tool.. Saves tons of money on VA's and time in the long run.

If you are looking for something to fully automate and market your book, Kbookpromotions is definitely worth the money.

Here's the link: https://goo.gl/vAOsXG ( They also have a 14 day trial for only $1.00. If you don't like it, just cancel it.. There's nothing to lose, all to gain 🙂

Also, in case anyone is skeptical.. there's a group of 1200 people using this software who all swap fourth ideas and help each other out. So not only is the support amazing, but they also have a great community to back it up!

If you have any questions, just chuck me a reply on this comment and I'll happily answer them 🙂

Check out KBookPromotions here: https://goo.gl/vAOsXG
( 14 day trial for $1.00 )

Miguel Henry says:

Thanks for making this video.

Anne amy says:

i have a queastion which software u using a video , u showing side by side images or videos..pls tell me

Bill Gray says:

Hi Thank you for the video, I am having such trouble with this, The advice I am after is, could you possible tell me what editing program you might suggest. I have a full coloured, full page, book of 140 pages I am trying to piece together that I would like to sell as an ebook from my future website. Any Advice on a suitable editing program for an apple computer to help my project would be most appreciated.
The Program I previously used is an old version of Print shop 2. 🙁 and I don't think "Now I am Finish" ) it was the write program :/ . Thank you in advance.

Ajit Mishra says:

Thank you Julie Broad!

ralphlw says:

Thnks Julie. This is useful.

Angela McClain says:

Hi, Julie Broad. I enjoyed your helpful information on self-publishing. Thank you, for sharing! 🙂

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