Ignore Everybody: and 39 Other Keys to Creativity

Ignore Everybody: and 39 Other Keys to Creativity

Here is perfect business sense if you succeed. Ignore Everybody. That is what Hugh MacLeod did, as a struggling young copywriter he had a bad habit of doodling on business cards. You can give a pencil to an artist and he will find a way to scribble in the purest form the genesis of originality. Some of the best ideas flow from spontaneity. Hugh started a site with that idea of doodled business cards and presto a few years later and it’s going to be collected in book form. There are so many ideas like this on the Internet that are crying to be published. This is the perfect example of publishers through web stats are finding new talent on the Net. Proven formulas will to be winning books if first tried on the Net first. Bloggers are now finding book deals easily with their commitment to their sites. Hugh’s site>>

Is traditional publishing dead? Apparently not, as many bloggers are landing book deals that extend and enhance their online work. Learn the ins and outs from bloggers who have done it including how to shape a coherent book from tons of posts and involve your readers in your writing.
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Hugh MacLeod Cartoonist,   gapingvoid.com
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