Even if you have a great idea for a book, and there’s an enormous market for the subject, nothing will happen unless you learn marketing. Before I began writing Free College, I started this blog, RoadToFreeCollege.com, and joined Twitter, @ElizaWallace27. Once my book was available on Amazon, several people took notice. Their interviews, guest blog posts, and advice have been beneficial. I was lucky to meet Rick Lite, @stressfreepub, who owns stressfreebookmarketing.com while I was on Twitter.
Rick is an expert in marketing, something I need in order to help millions of people pay for college without needing student loans. His useful tips have already pointed me in the right direction several times. Recently, Rick interviewed me for his newsletter. His questions were concise and probing. You’ll learn how I came to write Free College, some of the feedback I’ve had from readers so far, and much more. I'm quite grateful for the opportunity, and for the help I've received from Rick.
To read the interview, just click: HERE.
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If you’re interested in learning more about helping your children succeed in school and win more college scholarships, you can follow me on Twitter, @ElizaWallace27 or click on the image of my book, Free College, in the top right corner of this page. You'll be taken to Amazon, where you can read more about my book, and buy it now.
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