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First, I think you need to look at why no one showed up for your writing on Medium. Did you just publish and forget it? What's your view-to-read ratio? Are the people reading your articles engaging with it (or at least reading to the end)? Selling ebooks is about 5% writing and 95% marketing. I ...

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Both domains are very important. I suggest that you use both of them in different ways. If you believe that your empiric spirit domain is a "company" that you would like to support in social media and in articles, etc., for years to come, support it on its own domain separately from your person...

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While you might be able to expect initial sales from family and friends who know about it, actual sales from people stumbling upon your book depends on a few factors when you upload it. 1.) Have you chosen the correct keyword phrases and categories? 2.) Are these categories extremely competitiv...

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Assuming you have actually identified someone in this role and you're asking about the legal side of things, I'd say that beyond a legal entity by which to enter into an employment or contractual agreement that has the standard assignment of rights, confidentiality, etc, you're probably fine for ...

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I would suggest you self-publish. Let me break down the mobile game landscape for you in a single statement: *You can only grow a game if your LTV (Lifetime Value) is greater then your CPI (Cost Per Install).* I assure you, that once you have that formula successful, finding money to support c...

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Everyone who starts a magazine has definite passion in their respective genre and have certain idea about their audience. The one thing they wish they know, sometime after starting out, is that striking a balance between the content that users like to read and what investors (ads) like the viewe...

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[I'm Founder of isocket, the worlds largest marketplace for "premium" ad inventory] This question assumes (perhaps wrongly) that 1) a SSP and an exchange platform are all that different and 2) publishers don't understand what SSPs do and are staying away from them due to ignorance. It may be th...

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Hi, I had an entrepreneur ask me this same question recently. Based on the information Apple Provides you can definitely enroll with a DUNS number. There is a difference in the process of enrollment but both sole Proprietors and Organizations can enter. Here's a quote directly from Apples on busi...

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There are several reasons a romance novel fails, and that always has to do with the development of the romance between the two love interests. Every character in a story is going to have a main goal and something they want or need. In romance novels, this ends up being the relationship that end...

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1. Paid targeted traffic to a sales page. 2. Free giveaways of one book, hoping to get paid sales of another. 3. Podcast/radio show guest appearances discussing the book's topic. 4. Get an authority talking about your book. 5. Affiliate marketing--get one of your books included as content or ...

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