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ISBN: 0979629527
Author: Gordon Burgett
Language: English
Publisher: Communication Unlimited; 1st edition (January 1, 2008)
Category: Words Language & Grammar
Subcategory: Reference
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Publish profitably, risk free, and quickly by using veteran publishing guru Gordon Burgett's widely-tested process. Sidestep unsold books, balky wholesalers and distributors, and unusable returns.

Publish profitably, risk free, and quickly by using veteran publishing guru Gordon Burgett's widely-tested process. Find a demand, double-check it, and create the supply, and, if you wish, from that your empire.

Niche Publishing book. Then you must read Gordon Burgett's Niche Publishing: Publish Profitably Every Time! Think small and earn big is his premise. Publish Profitably Every Time! Who thinks of whopping profits from books. Even better, if done right, niche publishing is more than a potential windfall, it's also almost immune to failure, unsold Publish Profitably Every Time! Who thinks of whopping profits from books for dentists, skiers, Cubs fans, or bank tellers? Then you must read Gordon Burgett's Niche Publishing: Publish Profitably Every Time! Think small and earn big is his premise. Find a demand, double-check it, and create the supply, and, if you wish, Publish profitably, risk free, and quickly by using veteran publishing guru Gordon Burgett's widely-tested process. Sidestep unsold books, balky wholesalers and distributors, and unusable returns

Burgett’s Niche Publishing: Publishing Profitably Every Time! was recently updated and republished. Three of Gordon's other books were also revised, updated, and reprinted.

Burgett’s Niche Publishing: Publishing Profitably Every Time! was recently updated and republished. These were How to Plan a Great Second Life, the Travel Writer's Guide, and Sell and Resell Your Magazine Article. The last, Gordon originally published with Writer’s Digest Books. Burgett has published 1,700+ articles and 43 books, plus offered over 2,000 professional paid presentations. Gordon has owned and directed a publishing company, Communication Unlimited, since 1982.

NICHE PUBLISHING: Publish Profitably Every Time! Who thinks of whopping profits from books for dentists, skiers, Cubs fans, or bank tellers? . Niche Publishing : Publish Profitably Every Time.

NICHE PUBLISHING: Publish Profitably Every Time! Who thinks of whopping profits from books for dentists, skiers, Cubs fans, or bank tellers? In fact, that is Gordon.

His most recent book is Niche Publishing: Publishing Profitably Every Time

His most recent book is Niche Publishing: Publishing Profitably Every Time. Four of Burgett’s books have been Writer’s Digest Book Club top choices: Sell and Resell Your Magazine Articles, The Travel Writer’s Guide, The Writer’s Guide to Query and Cover Letters, and How to Sell More Than 75% of Your Freelance Writing. In 2007, three of Gordon's books were revised, updated, and reprinted: How to Plan a Great Second Life, the Travel Writer's Guide, and Sell and Resell Your Magazine Articles. His first novel also saw life that year

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Tell us if something is incorrect. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. See our disclaimer. This 14-page no-nonsense booklet explains the process for designing, pretesting, and marketing a niche book. By extension, it tells what must be said if you wish to write a niche book. Gordon Burgett, the booklet author and best known for his book Niche Publishing: Publish Profitably Every Time, shows that niche publishing is a high-profit, low-risk, barely tapped river of gold.

Niche Publishing: Publish Profitably. I wrote Niche Publishing. I’m the guy that professionals go to for guidance about the topic.

NICHE PUBLISHING: Publish Profitably Every Time! Who thinks of whopping profits from books for dentists, skiers, Cubs fans, or bank tellers? In fact, that is Gordon Burgett s premise in Niche Publishing: Think small and earn big! Even better, if done right, niche publishing is almost immune to failure, unsold books, recalcitrant wholesalers, and unusable returns. Forget bookstores, splashy promos, Oprah, and top seller lists, says Burgett. Just find a demand, test it, then create the supply. His 208-page how-to book explains how the key word is expertise, and that by meeting the need for it and providing on-going assistance, their book can quietly gain them a healthy return, even a seven-figure income, as he did by publishing a key book about standard operating procedures for dentists. The how-to is straightforward stuff in reach of anybody with a computer, modem, phone, good eyesight, tenacity, patience, solid writing skills or a better editor, and courage. Gordon shows how niche publishers implement the process, step-by-step, from the starting line to the victory tape plus, how they can build a lifetime empire from that success. Thousands of books go unwritten and probably millions of people in need of valuable but specific information go unserved because the would-be author/publisher simply doesn t know how to test their idea, create the material, and get it in the needy buyers hands, Gordon says. And if they do it in a systematized way, they run almost no risk, need little starting capital, and are in control of the book s destiny at every step. That s why the seminars I give on this topic fill the rooms: it s desperately needed information. And why this book is a valuable addition to every library and publishing curriculum. Gordon Burgett isn t a publishing novice, having had three of his earlier books chosen as Writer s Digest Book Club top choices. Author of 1,700+ freelance articles and 35 published books, including Writer s Digest Books Sell and Resell Your Magazine Articles, plus Empire Building by Writing and Speaking, Niche Marketing, The Travel Writer s Guide, and How to Sell 75% of Your Freelance Writing. He has also given 2000+ paid spoken presentations, and is currently the owner and director of two niche publishing firms. If you re planning to publish, STOP what you are doing now read this book first!--Reece Franklin, author of Consultant s Guide to Publicity Savvy advice on a smart way to publish. --Judith Appelbaum, author of How to Get Happily Published Read Niche Publishing if you want to fill a niche with a bestselling book. --John Kremer, author of 1001 Ways to Market Your Books This book sets the table for those who want to feast on the lucrative niche publishing market. --Kent Sturgis, president (2004-6) of the Independent Book Publisher's Association People buy nonfiction books to learn something or to solve a problem. In Niche Publishing, you will discover how to help more readers and sell more books by focusing your message.--Dan Poynter, author of The Self-Publishing Manual

Comments:

Brariel
Niche Publishing: Publish Profitably Every Time! What a title! How can the author make such a claim? Gordon Burgett can, because he's made himself an expert at it. He's published 36 books and over 1700 articles, has spoken before 2000+ groups, and has made himself available as a consultant to others trying for the same. (I think he's got the background to do the job! And he does it so well!)

This is the latest of his books. In it he makes the distinction between two types of publishing. Standard publishing is where you write the book and try to get someone else to publish it ("Oh, please, please look at it!") Niche publishing is different. A niche is a small but specific, well-defined segment of the population. A niche publisher identifies book needs for that group which are not really being met by others. He researches, tests, writes and promotes information specifically geared to them.

With standard publishing, the author is the proverbial small fish in a big pond (liable to be ignored by the buyers, and eaten up by the competition--if he gets published at all). With niche publishing, the author is the big fish in a small pond (very likely to be noticed, and well-placed to be bought by those needing what he's got).

Here's the book that shows you how to focus and concentrate all your efforts on that small pond: how to determine the needs, produce the goods and sell the product (at a profit).

Burgett clearly shows how to target that specific market, how to measure its response to your proposed work, and how to promote and sell to it. He has chapters on putting together and writing the book, and extensive coverage on the actual conversion of your information into the final, printed product.

What I personally enjoyed the most was the thorough case study at the end (it's over 40 pages long)--of the whole process done on one of the books he worked on.

Packed with practical information, here's a book for that would-be author who's almost lost hope for his "baby" to ever come to birth. The "labor" is hard, but the result is well worth it. If you're in that niche that needs a book like this, get it. It's packed with what you need to know.
Whitegrove
I am an editor who works in professional publishing. Much of the advice Gordon Burgett gives in Niche Publishing mirrors the strategies of professional publishers--selecting highly targeted titles, aggressively identifying small and unserved niche markets, and setting pricing commensurate with the uniqueness of the title--and these strategies are sure-fire ways to ensure profitable publishing with nearly every title. Whether you are just starting out and are interested in self-publishing your first book, or have a small independent publishing company and want to learn how to be more successful, Niche Publishing will show you, step by step, how to brainstorm, evaluate, create and execute more successful single titles, series, and lists. This is a terrific and useful book.
Landarn
As a publishing professional involved in publishing Jewish books, I was searching for a book that spoke to my concerns. Luckily, I came across Gordon Burgett's book.

There is a virtual tome of useful information here. It is hard to believe this is a work of just under 200 pages! I especially appreciated the charts that helped me hone in on some specific ways to rethink my approach. Everything is well explained. He helps you understand what to look for in your market. Analyze who they are. And ultimately, see how to created and market products geared specifically for them.

Whether an author, marketer, or niche publisher, if your looking to understand reach your target market, you'd do well to pick up a copy.

Rabbi Yisroel Bernath
Jewish World Publishing
Kamick
This book is the missing link between writing for a large publisher, and self-publishing. I have done both. When you write for a large publisher, they take care of distribution to the book stores, which is one of the sticky points for self-publishing. When I self-published, I just about gave up on getting my books into the book stores, because it was time consuming, and ate up all my profits. And my customers weren't there anyway.

When I read Gordon Burgett's book, I thought: Bingo! I should have had this book from the beginning. I'm glad I do now. Burgett takes you through the steps of defining your target market and then marketing to it, using many different channels.

If you are planning to self-publish a book, this book will guide you so you make more profits. Highly recommended.
Oso
The other reviewer is correct. Publish profitably EVERY time is TOO good to be true. It is total BS. To make such a claim is fake. But the review is 5 stars like all the other reviews. Why? Probably friends of the author. This guy is really shady. He repackages he poor material many times, hoping to find a new reader that's gullible enough to get sucked into the hype. He has NO actual experience in marketing. He is a writer. That's all. Albeit on many subjects. But marketing takes somebody savy in selling. Not pandering to a desperate market.

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