The Best Seller Loophole

Episode 5

Here's a little known fact…very few authors write books to make money off publishing.

Mr. Robert Kiyosaki, initially wrote the New York Times best seller book “Rich Dad Poor Dad” to sell his educational game called Cashflow.

A book is the ultimate brochure – it promotes your services and business and gets you free publicity.

Most important of all, it gets you more referrals, more repeat customers…and more business – period.

It makes you stick out among your competitors as the AUTHORITY.

BUT…publishing a book alone is not enough, you need to make it a Best Seller if you wish to open the door to other financial goldmines.

We discuss the official “definition” of a best seller and how many well known authors get their books to best seller status.

“Becoming a Best-Seller is not a matter of ‘luck', it is achieved systematically with traditional time-proven marketing strategies.”


Today, we share how few books sales it takes to become a best selling author. There are several factors every major best sellers list uses to determine the ranking of their authors.

We walk you through the process and give some hacks that will make it easier than you thought possible.

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About the author

Brian Ainsley Horn

Brian Ainsley Horn is considered to be the “pioneer of authority marketing”, which has exploded in popularity recently. His unique methods have been talked about and covered on The Howard Stern Show, Wall Street Journal, ABC, Perez Hilton, CBS News , Forbes, Advertising Age and dozens of other media outlets. Brian is the co-founder of the consulting firm, Authority Alchemy, and also writes for Huffington Post and Entrepreneur Magazine about authority marketing and personal branding.

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