I’ve been getting a lot of questions about what’s included in the brand new product I told you about yesterday: How to Get Published: Writing Domination in the Fitness Industry. I asked one of the Co-Authors, Lou Schuler, to share what all you’ll be receiving in this comprehensive package.
How to Get Published: Writing Domination in the Fitness Industry is a definitive guide to writing for yourself, for your clients, for your fellow fitness and nutrition pros, and, potentially, for the millions of people who need your help but don’t yet know how much great information you can provide.
This product is actually five ebooks in one product:
Part 1: Sit Your Ass Down and Write helps you understand the basics of writing. I explain that all good writing is a conversation you have with your readers, while fitness writing is a type of conversation in which you offer the promise of a specific biological benefit in exchange for the reader’s time and attention.
Part 2: Fitness Blogging for Fun and Profit shows you Roman’s step-by-step system, from choosing a name for your blog (and, by extension, your online identity), to attracting an audience, building an email list, and eventually creating steady, dependable, and in some cases substantial income from your efforts.
Part 3: How to Get Published in Magazines lifts the curtain on a business that seems mysterious from the outside. How do you make contact with an editor? How do you know what he’s looking for? How do you craft a pitch that stands out from the others? And if you get the assignment, how do you actually put your article together? Sean answers these questions, along with all the ones you would never think to ask.
Part 4: How to Write a Book takes you through the process that begins with an unformed idea and ends, in the best-case scenario, with a published book that not only satisfies your ambition but also finds an audience and lifts you into a new tax bracket. I explain what readers are looking for, what editors want to see from a first-time author, how conventional publishing works, and how to decide if you should self-publish your book.
Part 5: The Writing Life answers more questions a fitness or nutrition professional would never think to ask about your new part-time career in publishing.
In addition to that, my Co-Author Sean Hyson conducted five bonus interviews with industry experts about writing and creating a personal brand. Sean interviewed:
Jason Ferruggia, who explains how to build an audience by blogging in a voice that’s true to yourself.
Craig Ballantyne, who describes how he built his huge and lucrative email list, how he communicates with his readers via blog posts and newsletters, and how he creates and launches so many successful products and services.
Nate Green, who walks Sean through his writing process, explaining how he budgets his time and the tricks he uses to maximize his productivity.
Jason Lengstorf, the go-to web designer for fitness pros (he created sites for Roman, Sean, Nate, me, and many others), reveals how he makes websites easy to use while also giving them distinct looks that reflect the owner’s personal brand.
Roman, who offers perhaps the most valuable advice for any current or aspiring writer: how to leverage online success and popularity into a lucrative book deal.
There’s never been a resource like this offered before now. If you are at all interested in writing for magazines, having your own successful blog, communicating with your clients more effectively through your newsletters or maybe even writing your own book – this is a must have addition to your library.
As I told you yesterday, I give How to Get Published: Writing Domination in the Fitness Industry my highest recommendation. If you haven’t picked up your copy yet you can grab it here and save $50 off the regular price.
If you act now, you’ll get this free report, How To Get On a Magazine Cover. Which explains how aspiring fitness models can break into the magazines, from getting an agent to landing the cover of a major national publication!