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I've spent my life learning how to become a writer, but I learned little to nothing about how to find an audience.
That's all changed.
Today just over 1,000 people read my "books."
Tomorrow, about a quarter of those will read them again. They will be joined by 750 new people. By the end of the month, my readership will include over 20,000 people.
This is not because I'm a great writer (even though I hope I'm a very good one). Thousands of average people are doing exactly what I'm doing, many with even greater success.
We're doing it with SBI!
The world has changed. Long months or years of submitting queries to and receiving rejections from large publishing companies are no longer necessary to becoming a writer ... nor to obtaining readers!.
I have a thousand readers every day (1600 now), and my sites are only average for an SBI! site!
Christian History for Everyman has become comprehensive enough to keep growing and making money under its own momentum. I have devoted the last few months to writing a book that tells the story of the Council of Nicea.
When I explained to a friend of mine that I would make it an ebook, and that I would use a print-on-demand publisher for the hard copies. He asked me, "Have you tried to get it published by a conventional publisher?"
"Why would I want to do that?"
What publisher could advertise my book to a thousand people every day who are interested in Christian history? Over the next year, about a quarter-million people will look at Christian History for Everyman, every one of which either searched for a church history subject on the web or was referred by a friend.
No Christian publisher has that kind of a warm, targeted audience for Christian history.
One of my favorite examples of this is Richard Bergman's web site. He had his own deck construction company, and he needed a web site to bring in customers. He stumbled upon SBI!, and they taught him to provide answers that internet users were searching for.
Richard used their tools, found out what people wanted to know, and he gave them answers in his area of expertise: deck-building.
As his site grew, so did the site's readership. Soon, Richard had so many customers that he had to pass them on to other builders.
Today, Richard no longer builds decks himself. He simply sends his site's millions of readers to other companies for a referral fee.
If your end goal is to make money, what better way to do it than to bring a flood of traffic into your web site, all of them happy and grateful for what you've provided!
You can now try SBI! risk-free for 90 days.
If you want to start an internet business—or just give a message to the world, SBI! is the way.
I get a commission if you sign up for Solo Build It, but I'm recommending it because it works and I'm excited about it! I've seen people be ripped off by an organization mimicking Solo Build It, so I know lots of us are looking for a way to earn an income online. I've done the research. You can do massive education, and if you're skilled enough you can achieve success. Or, you can be a dishonest, pushy salesman of false dreams and succeed. Or, you can sign up for Solo Build It and succeed.
Their price is pretty typical for a commercial web host, but what they provide is anything but typical. They practically hold your hand through the entire process of building your site, including providing the best book on writing I've ever seen (for free), and then provide tools that have put 65% of their sites in the top 3% of internet traffic. (You can probably imagine that they're going to have 35% that either don't put in the work or don't follow their advice.)
My newest book, Rome's Audacious Claim, was released December 1. See synopsis and reviews on Amazon.