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There’s a difference between being an author and a bestselling author.
But what does that really mean? How many books do you have to sell to qualify? Is getting on the New York Times Bestseller List a realistic goal? Is there a secret to getting on that list?
Book marketing expert, Rob Eagar, joined me on Inside Scoop to answer those questions.
Rob has helped both fiction and non-fiction authors hit the New York Times Bestseller List, along with USA Today and The Wall Street Journal. He just had a client about 120 days ago, who was on all of those. And helped a book that was 23 years old finally become a New York Times Bestseller, after already being in print for over two decades.
Here are four of Rob’s pointers to sell more books.