Don’t Fall For These Scams People…

28 Dec
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After scrolling Facebook for awhile I came across yet another post claiming to make anyone an instant best seller. With or without a following, and promising a short plan that requires little to no work on the authors end. YAWN 🥱 I took some screenshots and placed below my comment on the post.

And yes, they are scams. If they really worked, then no author would be complaining about not making enough sales. We’d have no reason to.

And the truth comes out. When are people gonna realize you can’t make decent income from writing a book? Hence people like this who try and sell you on a course that guarantees book sales of your own. The truth is, there’s no money in writing. But there IS money in telling others how to make money even if it’s not entirely accurate. The key to know if a person is legitimate: look at their sales dashboards before they started selling courses. But the matter of the fact is, most successful authors, whether published traditionally or indie, will most likely never tell you what they did to succeed. Because they found what works for them, or possibly a hack they had to dig to find. And why share that? Then everyone would be doing it. Thus creating even less sales for anyone just breaking in. Don’t trust everything someone tries to sell you. Because if it were truly valuable, they wouldn’t share it openly. Find what works for you and do with that information as you wish. Just don’t expect the same results as the person next to you by trying the same exact thing.

DA Rasmussen

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