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Dear Writer's Digest Subscriber,

One of the first questions a publisher asks is, "Do you have a platform?"

In other words, do you have a captive audience of potential buyers?

Publishers never want to start at ground zero. They want you to have your own audience of fans, before they say "Yes" to your book idea or manuscript.

Even if you self-publish, you still need an audience of eager book-lovers who are already fans of your writing. And the best way to build that audience is with your own website.

For the last decade or so, writers have been trying to achieve this with what I call Author Platform 1.0.

That is to say, they put up a quick website with maybe five to ten pages, announced it on social media, and then hoped for the best.

Well, I have some bad news for you. The Author Platform 1.0 approach doesn't work anymore. The Web is too busy and crowded for that kind of site to make any kind of impact or even get noticed.

That's why I developed Author Platform 2.0.

This is a far more powerful approach and delivers real and tangible results:

  1. It has huge reach, connecting with many, many more prospective readers.
  2. It establishes you as an authority and builds you a unique brand BEFORE you even publish your book.
  3. It creates a powerful and growing community of fans who are literally counting the days until your first or next book is published.
  4. AND your Author Platform 2.0 website generates passive income of its own, giving you a welcome boost in cash flow between books.
I've created several large audiences from scratch in this way.

I do it by building content-rich, topic-specific websites - and I have earned over $250,000 in passive income from those sites over the last nine years.

I invite you to join me for this FREE, one-hour webinar and learn how to move way beyond a regular "author website," and build an Author Platform 2.0 site that is rich with information on your topic, niche, or genre, attracts tens of thousands of devoted, ready-to-buy fans, and even makes you a steady stream of passive income on the side!

Register now - it's Free.

To your writing success,

Nick Usborne
Author and Web Copy Expert

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