I’m truly excited about something that’s about to happen in the next week: the launch of my first ebook, How to SEO Your Site: DIY Techniques for Small Business Owners.
In August 2011 I quietly decided to start writing my first “how to SEO” ebook for small business owners, solopreneurs and consultants who couldn’t afford expensive SEO services. I fielded questions frequently from SBOs who were frustrated by the technical jargon. Plus, a lot of people come to me wanting to know how I rank on the first page of Google for my keyword, “Atlanta Copywriter.”
Day by day SEO is becoming more small business friendly, and I certainly wanted to do what I could to be part of that.
The idea formulation, research, outlining, and drafting took a solid 4 months. Because my day job (client copywriting project work) has kept me very busy, I restricted myself to working on my ebook only during weekend, evening, and early morning hours. And finally, it’s ready! A few weeks ago I sent it to a proofreader and graphics layout person, and it is finally ready. I’m thrilled with how it turned out! I just uploaded the ebook to E-Junkie and I’m drafting my sales page now.
Here’s a sneak peak at the cover and table of contents:
Table of Contents:
TOC – How to SEO (A DIY Workbook for SBOs)
The ebook will be ready for purchase soon – just in time to kick off 2012. Thanks to everyone for your support!
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Congratulations! That’s wonderful!
Thanks, Heather! I hope you’re doing very well. Maybe I’ll see you around town soon?