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The Bookbot Theory
@Bookbot · 3:40

Connecting the Dots: Decoding Bestsellers -Part 1

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As we delved deeper, we uncovered the author's journey. Their book, more than two years old, had already sold 5000 copies upon release. But here's the twist. The author hadn't actively participated in marketing efforts back then. It was all about going with the flow and saying yes to whatever opportunities arose and just hoping for the best. So was it sheer luck that propelled those initial sales? Perhaps. But it also raises a very critical question

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Lagnajita Chatterjee
@lagnachat7 · 3:46

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So to hinder these things, to set apart the disadvantages of my unknown beings, the unknown side of marketing inside me. I want to of course learn and know it. And I think one can know it best when they apply it in their lives, especially about marketing. And it's not everyone's forte. But yes, if we learn it, we might be able to capture it and start taking action for the same
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The Bookbot Theory
@Bookbot · 4:02

@lagnachat7

And as I've always said, the definition of bestsellers is very, very personal for everyone. Every author, every publishing house, every individual. So having a clear goal and then trying to work with people, and by working with people, I'm not saying for hire, just hire somebody for a short term and for a couple of months and let it go
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