Amazon “Shenani-gones!”

Sigh. The fun never ends!

In today’s episode, the Chix discuss some challenges when selling books on Amazon. Issues like:

  • Buy Button shockers
  • Pricing conundrums
  • Some possible workarounds
  • The possibility of Amazon selling used ebooks
  • Possible workarounds
  • How this reality can affect Amazon Exclusive authors
  • Why it’s important to “tend to your own garden”
  • Does Amazon Prime live up to its implied promises?
  • What will happen to payouts when the Big 5 Publishers join KU?
  • How Bee sells her company’s ebooks direct to her readers

Bottom line? You need to be proactive when it comes to selling on Amazon. Go in with your eyes wide open. Keep your options open. Understand it’s nothing personal. And most importantly? Maintain many streams of income.

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How, why, and when should you diversify?

Diversifying your business can be a savvy move… assuming you do it right.

In today’s episode of Notes from Minnesota, the 3Chix discuss how to evaluate potential projects/products, when diversification is a good idea, and some of the benefits of diversification.

If you haven’t diversified your business, listen up. Today’s Notes from Minnesota can help grow (and protect) your biz.

Is email dead?

Is email dead? Are blogs or vlogs the way to go? Stream of consciousness video ads or something slickly produced? What are the best ways to boost your online presence in 2019? Join Donna, Beth and Victoria – The 3 Chix – as they explore all this and more in their March 2019 podcast.

Mentors, Agents, and “Experts”

Oh my! So many smoke and mirrors on the Internet.

Today Donna, Victoria, and Beth discuss what you should look for when selecting a mentor, agent, or “expert” to follow. Highlights include:

  •  A two second sniff test to determine the quality of a mentor, agent, or expert
  •  Who, exactly, are these so called experts?
  • Are the outrageous prices worth it?
  • The value of a sharp BS meter
  • How to check out your potential mentor, agent and/or expert… and where to get the best info.
  • Why many expensive courses simply aren’t worth it
  • Great alternatives to sketchy online coaching, mentoring, and experts

Tune in to avoid some very real pitfalls when it comes to following any new guru.