Ask Dan Janal Anything – Instant Replay from Friday, September 21, 2018

Our first Q&A session on book writing and marketing was a great success!

About a dozen people asked questions that could help many authors!

I was thrilled to give my best advice on how to help.

If you missed the call, you can listen in on YouTube:


During the call, someone asked if they should write a book if there were other books on that topic.

I told her YES and I also referred her to a software program I recently discovered that will help her AND YOU answer this question.

KD SPY shows you how many copies of each book were sold, how many copies of books it takes to be number one in a category, and so much more. It really is a great tool for determining what books are selling and what topics you should write about.

The software costs only $47 and comes with a free return policy for 60 days – enough time to research your book. It will save you hours of time in researching.

Frankly, I can’t imagine writing a book without using this tool first. After all, why write a book that no one wants to read?

For more information on KD SPY, click here.

(I’m an affiliate for this program. As you know, I only endorse products I use and believe in.)

Make Your Plan to Join Us Next Month

We’ll hold the next Q&A session on Friday, October 26th.

To reserve your spot and ask a question, click here.

Until then…

All the best,

Dan Janal
Author, Write Your Book in a Flash

2018-09-23T17:15:36+00:00By |0 Comments

About the Author:

Dan Janal has written over a dozen landmark books, including 6 for John Wiley & Sons, that have been translated into 6 languages. He is an inspiring business keynote speaker who helps entrepreneurs realize their dreams of creating a successful business, leading a balanced life, and achieving financial freedom. You will also find him frequently on webinars, podcasts, and radio shows. he's probably the only person who created 8 different businesses that make $100,000 a year by using 8 different business models. He has spoken on marketing topics and futurism in six countries and four continents and has taught at Berkeley and Stanford. He's one of the most creative, problem-solving persons you’ve ever encountered.

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