The title says it all: If you’re the sort of person who reads books, it’s important to have an ad or book advertisement that makes money, but it’s also important to make sure it’s as effective as possible.
In an article titled How to Create an Ad Campaign that’s Worth 50 Times More than Your Book, Recode contributor Sam Altman wrote that he’d done this work in the past and it was one of the best deals he’d ever made.
As a result, he earned a huge amount of money selling his book to his students.
But as an example of how to achieve a lot more than the 50 times, he did it using a very simple technique.
He used the same principle to create a book advertisement template that would earn him over $50,000, even though it wasn’t even the second most expensive book he’d sold.
Here’s how to do it: First, Altman created a template for his book advertisement.
The template is essentially a blank sheet of paper with the word “book” on it, and the following information on it: Title: “What You’ll Learn from this Book” Publisher: Penguin Random House ISBN: 978-0-8160-9073-6 Publisher’s text: “The title of this book is a description of a fictional book, but there is no indication that this book exists, or that the author has read it.”
Publisher’s description: “This is a story of an old woman who has a daughter.
This story tells of a girl who is a hero and a princess who is an idiot.
She falls in love with a knight, and when she meets the king, he falls in LOVE with her.
And when she is about to marry the king and marry the prince, the king turns to her and says, “I will never marry a princess.”
So the girl decides to get married to a knight.
This book is called The Great Gatsby, and it is the only book in the world that tells the story of a hero.
In addition to that, the book’s title and description are listed next to the words “This is an excerpt from The Great Cathedrals of Great Britain,” so the book could easily be sold as a stand-alone, no-frills book, without the publisher having to spend a dime. “
I have not seen a book in print that can compare to this book.”
In addition to that, the book’s title and description are listed next to the words “This is an excerpt from The Great Cathedrals of Great Britain,” so the book could easily be sold as a stand-alone, no-frills book, without the publisher having to spend a dime.
Altman’s template for the book advertisement is below: Now, if you’re a book seller, you might think that this template is the most important thing you could put on a sales sheet.
Unfortunately, it isn’t.
If you’re using the same template as Altman, the text of the book would likely read something like this: Title: The Great Books of Great Britons Author: George Orwell Publisher: HarperCollins ISBN: 9780765422835 Publisher’s title: A Short History of Madness Publisher: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich ISBN: 978923656897 Publisher’s subtitle: The greatest books of great Britain.
This will likely read more like a book advert than an ad, and as such, Altimas book advertisement will likely earn him less than half of what the book he’s selling.
Fortunately, if Altman wants to sell his book as a standalone book, he can still sell it as a complete set of books, one of which could potentially be the very best book ever written.
So how does this work?
Well, Altiman uses his template to write his book’s entire text on a sheet of standard-size paper, and then uses an electronic device to cut out the text and place it on the paper.
For example, if he’s making a book ad for The Great Cats, the first line of the ad reads, “My name is George Orwell.”
Now that he’s created a blank book advertisement, Altomans entire text would be cut out and placed on a single sheet of printed paper, which would be printed in the exact same format as the book ad.
Now Altman is using his template, the author would have to do the same thing to his book.
However, he’s using his book ad as the template, so the publisher can use their own printing and ink capabilities to create the ad, rather than relying on the same printer or ink supplier that Altman uses.
And that means Altman can still earn a lot of money.
According to the author’s own calculations, if the book was a book for sale at $20,000 and sold for $150,000 with the template used, Altmans book ad would net him $75,000.
What happens if he does this book ad with a different template?