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Blog Profile / Michael Hyatt: Publishing


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Archived Since:January 24, 2010

Blog Post Archive

What the Success of Bibliotheca Tells Us about the Future of Publishing

I’m not sure if you noticed, but something amazing just happened in the world of publishing. And I think it’s a sign we all could benefit from noticing. When book designer Adam Lewis Greene decided to create a better Bible, he didn’t do it the way most publishers do. He didn’t commission a new translation. […]

5 People To Consider For Your Blog Audience

This is a guest post by Joseph LaLonde. He is a youth leader at Oak Crest Church of God and a leadership blogger. You can read his blog and follow him on Twitter. When I began writing my blog, I wanted to reach everyone. Young, old, and anyone in-between. Choosing everyone as my audience seemed […]

Last Chance to Buy My Get Published Course for 50% OFF—Cyber Monday Special

If you want to write a book—or if you’ve already written a book and want to become a bestselling author—this post is for you! It’s Cyber Monday in the United States and many online retailers are offering special discounts on their products. I also want to extend a very special offer to you for my […]

Black Friday Special for Get Published

If you want to write a book—or if you’ve already written a book and want to become a bestselling author—this post is for you! It’s Black Friday in the United States and many online retailers are offering special discounts on their products. I also want to extend a very special offer to you for my […]

A Peek Inside Max Lucado’s Writing Process

Writing is lonely but fascinating work. That’s why I love talking to other writers, especially accomplished ones like my good friend, Max Lucado. I had the privilege of being his publisher for many years. As you probably know, Max is the author of almost 100 books with more than 80 million copies in print. There […]

4 Reasons You Should Consider Crowdsourced Design

My first experience with crowd-sourced design was four years ago. I sponsored a contest to design a new logo for my blog. I paid $200 and received 280 entries in seven days. I am still using that design to this day, albeit tweaked a bit since the original. Since then, I have sponsored three design […]

Which eBook Cover Do You Like Best?

I have a written a new eBook called, The Virtual Assistant Solution: Dig Out from the Pile, Offload the Work You Hate, and Focus on What You Do Best. It is based on what I have learned in the last two years about building virtual teams. It will be available for sale in the next […]

Sometimes You Win, Sometimes You Learn: An Interview with John Maxwell

Last week marked the publication of Sometimes You Win, Sometimes You Learn by my good friend, John Maxwell. I recently had the opportunity to interview him about his book. In a moment, I’ll tell you how to get a free copy. John has been my friend and mentor since I first started working with him […]

An Interview with Andy Andrews About the Noticer Returns

Tomorrow marks the publication of The Noticer Returns by my good friend, Andy Andrews. The original book was a New York Times bestseller and one of my favorite books ever. I gave cases of it away. This one is sure to be just as popular. In a moment, I’ll tell you how to get a […]

#065: Why You—Yes, YOU!—Should Consider Writing a Book [Podcast]

Admit it, you’ve thought about writing a book. According to a recent reader survey, 61.5% of my blog readers have thought about writing a book. Is it time for you to stop thinking and start doing? Being a published author has done more for my career—and my income—than I could have ever imagined. It has […]

Six Psychological Secrets to Public Speaking

This is a guest post by Bryan Kelly. He lives in Chicago and interviews experts like Michael Hyatt, Chris Brogan, and Jeff Goins about presentation skills. You can watch his web show and follow him on Twitter. Regardless of your skill level, every platform builder can benefit from the six scientifically researched insights I’m about […]

Last Chance to Save on the SCORRE Conference

We’re only two months away from the SCORRE Conference in Vail, Colorado, but you can still register TODAY and save $200. But first … Have you dreamed of being a speaker, writer, or powerful communicator? Do you have a message with the potential to change lives? Are you passionate about speaking in a way that […]

You Get What You Expect

In life we often get what we expect. If we expect something good, it has a way of showing up. If we expect something bad, it too has a way of showing up. It reminds me of a story I heard about a wise clerk who worked at a convenience store in a small town […]

4 Considerations in Picking a Website Name

One of the first questions you must answer as a would-be platform-builder is this: What do I name my site? This is also one of the questions I am most frequently asked when speaking on the topic of Platform. You basically have four options: Use your own name. Use a company name. Use a niche [...]

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