When you read the back cover of a book you're thinking of buying, and you see endorsements from celebrities like Tony Robbins and John Travolta, do you wonder what the authors did to get them?
Even more puzzling--and frustrating--is when you see a celebrity blurb and know darn well the author is a rinky-dink name in the publishing community. What do these unknown authors know that you don't know about convincing leading celebrities to endorse their books or projects and also promote it to their millions of fans on social media?
David Friedman, a first-time author, swayed Travolta, Suzanne Somers, celebrity fitness instructor Denise Austin and NBC TV show host Joy Bauer to endorse his book, "Food Sanity."
The endorsements were key to David selling more than 41,000 books in his first week alone! He has a 90 percent success rate persuading celebs to say "yes."
Want to learn how he did it? Want to use his methods to land endorsements for your own creative work, even if you're unknown?
Join Steve Harrison and David this Thursday, July 29, for a free web class on "How to Get Celebrities to Endorse and Promote Your Book or Project." Choose from classes at 2, 7 or 10 p.m. Eastern (11, 4 or 7 Pacific).
Because just ONE endorsement from a well-known person could be worth a bundle to you, you don't want to get shut out of this free class with David.
I'm one of Steve's affiliates. Even though this class is free, I get a commission if you buy anything from him down the road.
Steve seldom makes replays available afterward, so you'd be smart to check your calendar NOW and choose which of the three times is most convenient for you.