Hello! I’m back with another blog post. I am pretty sure you probably have missed my posts since I haven’t posted anything in a little while. It’s not like I am ignoring all of my readers who are out there reading my blog. I just been going through a lot lately and I am trying my best to maintain a good balance between the multiple projects I have on deck right now…including signing up for my insurance license.
Yes you read that right.
I have decided that since I am no longer going the traditional publishing route when it comes to being a hybrid author that I needed to explore other avenues of making money besides working full time as an infant toddler teacher. Although I am grateful to have a full-time job where I can pay the bills and have a roof over my head, the fact still remains that I am going to need a second source of income if I really want to invest money into my self-publishing business.
So, after some digging and applying for a few jobs, I have found one that could potentially make a second source of income that I can put right back into my self-publishing business with the Truson S.E.T. Series and my other work as well. My hope is that by doing this method, I won’t have to worry about finding the money to pay for editing and marketing my work in the near future. My plan is to become an insurance agent or even an SMD (Senior Marketing Director) in the near future.
In the meantime, I have found some marketing services that are cheap and affordable through one website that I am sure most people should know by now: Fiverr.
Today, I recently searched for book promotion services on Fiverr just to see if there are some book promotion services I could afford on a low budget. I had found some interesting ones but then I came across one website where he had a list of book marketing services he used for his own books: Self-Publishing with Dale. I have become somewhat familiar with him on YouTube so I decided to check out some of the services he used on Fiverr, something in which I am thinking about trying sometime this week.
If you are interested, I have included the link down below on his recommendations of the people he hired on Fiverr to promote his books. You can click on the link here for more information.
See you soon.
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