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Barbara Cave Henricks and Rusty Shelton teach us some ways to futureproof our media presence.
Veteran public relations and marketing professionals Barbara Cave Henricks and Rusty Shelton provide the roadmap to getting attention in this evolved media landscape.
Thinking of writing a business book? Or, have you already written one, had it published, and were surprised (positively or negatively) with the results? Disillusioned or enchanted with your eBook?
The 800-CEO-READ Author Pow Wow is back! The theme of this year’s event is Making Connections. Now, we don’t mean making connections in strictly networking terms—that’s just a bonus.
Authors, future authors, consultants, and speakers take note: There are only a couple of spaces remaining for the 8cr Author Pow Wow, held on December 9th and 10th in Chicago at the amazing Catalyst Ranch. This year, we'll focus on the topic: How Is a Good Idea Communicated? Good ideas are usually plentiful for business authors and consultants.
For the first installment of its Five Quick Questions With Publishing’s Top Leaders series, the wonderful folks of Cave Henricks Communication interviewed Jack this week about the current state of Publishing—and where it's heading. Asked what "influences people most to buy business books? " Jack replies: This is a hard question.
Announced today was the forthcoming launch of the Inc. /800-CEO-READ Business Book Bestseller list. Compiled from 800-CEO-READs sales data, the list of the top 25 best selling books will appear at inc.
Some of us here at 800-CEO-READ just returned from this year's Author Pow Wow in Austin, TX. What's the Pow Wow? Every year since around 2005, we've gathered a room full of publishers, authors, marketers, speaking experts, designers, editors, agents, sales people, and a few people curious about becoming an author, to talk about what works, what doesn't, and how to make a more successful career as a business author.
In under two months, on January 13-15, the 800-CEO-READ Author Pow Wow will be taking place again in Austin, TX. Each year, we gather a small group of people from the publishing industry and writers to discuss the ins and outs of the business of writing business books. Most people are surprised to learn that the entire process is not how they thought.
A few of us just returned from this year's Author Pow Wow in Austin, TX at The Driskill. As for me, I'm exhausted, but also refreshed with a sense of perspective. In support of my previous post, I do feel empowered, and I know others that attended do as well.