Fine Art Photographer Wilko van de Kamp wrote a book about travel hacking in 2014 which ended up a number one Amazon bestseller. Following a proven formula, his second book became a number one hot release and Amazon bestseller. What’s his publishing secret?
This book explains how he did it, and how you can too.
- Why thinking of your books as “products” can turn writing from a hobby into a steady income source.
- How a free book, when used in a smart marketing funnel, can earn you a ton of sales.
- How you can outsell other authors by framing your books – even fiction! – as a business rather than just art.
- Why book sales are governed by business principles that haven’t changed in 50 years … and aren’t going to change anytime soon.
About the Author
Wilko van de Kamp has written and published nearly one million words during the last four booming years of the indie author revolution.
Through strategic planning and relentless execution, he’s turned his art into a logical, sustainable business that has helped and nurtured thousands of independent authors in 110+ countries around the world.
Wilko is an author himself, but what matters most to you is that he’s also a serial entrepreneur who understands how to shape the stories he wants to tell into the books (fiction and nonfiction) that readers can’t wait to buy.
Wilko van de Kamp Author | Artist | Advisor
Hi, I’m Wilko van de Kamp, creator of Liberty Training Academy and author of the Freedom Project book series. For more than 15 years, I have helped people and their companies achieve their own results beyond their goals. I work with authors, coaches and experts to build their brand to become a #1 industry influencer and increase their impact on the communities they serve. We focus on every aspect of personal brand building through technology and storytelling, with a relentless focus on accelerating the achievement of their personal, professional and financial goals. And I would love to do the same for you! To get started, you can preview any of my courses free of charge.