Work at Home as a Self-Publisher

Have you ever wanted to share what you know about a particular topic? Are you passionate about a certain subject and can’t find enough quality information on the topic? Then, why not self-publish?

It's a dream of many copywriters to cash in on the satisfying, profitable and exciting lifestyle of a self publisher.

In this video, Gary will cover:

  • What exactly a self-publisher does;
  • Why self-publishing is such a hot opportunity right now;
  • How much money you can realistically make;
  • What qualifications you need to break into the market;
  • What the start up costs are (or are there any?);
  • How self-publishers are doing in this economy;
  • How flexible the hours are;
  • And what you need to do to get started.

So, don’t miss out on learning how to work from home as a self-publisher!

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Published: May 4, 2011

1 Response to “Work at Home as a Self Publisher [video]”

  1. This is very encouraging. I have wanted to write but not sure how to go about doing it. Self publishing seems to be the way to go. Great ideas!


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