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Mark Dawson
The Self Publishing Show
Mark Dawson is a best selling self-published author on multiple platforms including Amazon and Kobo. He is the author of the John Milton thriller series and its spin-off Beatrix Rose. In addition, he’s written several ‘Soho Noir' novels. Mark’s breakthrough came when he developed a marketing strategy for promoting and selling his books. His swift success enabled him to quit his 9 to 5 job and he has generated gross revenues of more than a million dollars in less than five years. Mark has become a leading voice in the self publishing industry and he advocates and teaches a...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 267 ratings
Learning so much.
Pretty much every episode has essential learning for people wanting to be successful self-published authors.
Nyc246 via Apple Podcasts · France · 06/25/20
Infomercial podcast
The goal of this podcast is to convince you to enroll in Mark Dawson’s self-publishing course (which cost $500-$1000 per course). I
J. Todd H. via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/23/20
Relatable & Doable
This podcast has such a friendly feel that makes the task of selling books seem so doable. I just started listening last week and am half a dozen episodes in. There’s a great mix of genres represented and tips covering the range of everything we need to know.
Barovitroy via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/10/20
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