Books are so magical! When you write a book as a Lightworker or purpose-driven entrepreneur, you are sharing your expertise with the world. And being an author lends so much credibility to your brand. When I tell people that I wrote an Amazon Top 25 Marketing Bestselling book called That First Client, I immediately captivate their interest.
When I wrote That First Client, I didn’t write it for royalties. True, I wanted the bestseller status (again, a huge credibility factor), but I wanted my book to be a way to attract more people to my tribe.
Do you read books to help you learn more about your niche or industry?
If you do, you can take advantage of your love of reading and implement a powerful content marketing strategy through book reviews.
Book reviews are an effective way to show your expertise, build relationships with your ideal clients and influencers, and extend your brand to an even greater audience.
How to write a book review
Your book review doesn’t need to resemble one from The New York Times. You can keep your book review to blog post length (500 words or so). To help you get started, here’s a formula you can follow: Continue reading