The Content Entrepreneur by Moe Abdou

Just a few years ago, becoming a published author was akin to raising capital - it's tedious, full of rejection and tilted towards those with an influential rolodex.  Still the chances of producing the proverbial 'bestseller' were less than favorable.  Prior to the social web, as we know it today, writing a book was a lengthly process with little or no feedback and heavy dose of research; and despite the abundance of world class writers, few will ever reach the status of a James Patterson or Stephenie Meyer.  Fortunately, the landscape has changed and technology is empowering anyone with a content idea to become a creator.   Nina Amir has been on the forefront of this crossover and is one of the few who will provide you the framework on How to Blog a Book.  Start here ----

Further Reading
  • How MeUndies Made Merchandising Their Competitive Advantage — When MeUndies thinks about their underwear subscription service they compare themselves to Netflix. What the streaming pioneer did for TV, the Los Angeles startup wants to do to your underwear drawer. The goal is to provide monthly subscribers with the staples they love while delivering elements of surprise - Think briefs with donuts and dinosaurs - right to your doorstep.
  • Michael Serbinis: What I've Learned — Visionary Entrepreneur, investor and CEO and Founder of the new healthcare startup, LEAGUE, Michael Serbinis shares what he learned building three disruptive startups, selling two of them and working with Kimbal and Elon Musk.
  • Seedling Relies on Childhood Curiosity to Inspire a Creative Team — On a recent flight home, I spent over an hour browsing a children’s play website, completely enamored by sets like Design Your Own Superhero Cape and Invent Your Own Insects. After sharing Seedling with everyone I know, despite few of my friends having children, I wondered why the brand struck a such a meaningful chord with me.

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