Help Wanted: Review Our New Book For Us…

craft business power2I realize this is off-topic for Marketing On Pinterest, and I hope you’ll forgive me, but I’d love your help on a special project…

In the next week or so I will have the first draft of our new ebook done – Craft Business Power. I’d love to have some of you read it (call it a beta test) for me…

Your Job:

You’ll get an advanced copy, and your job will be to read it and provide honest feedback on the content, copy and overall effort. You can be as candid as you want. Then we’ll take your feedback, improve the book and launch it.

About The Book:

If you’re a Liberty Jane Partner, then you might be familiar with our Start-Up Success Guide. We’ve taken that brief guide, about how to start a craft business, and beefed it up substantially. The plan is to launch it as an ebook published directly to Amazon. It will be available for $2.99, and as part of the Kindle Lending Library, I’ll be able to make it available for free for a few days every so often. Additionally, if you’re part of our membership site, The Cutting Room, then you’ll of course get it for free. So that is the plan.

The book – Craft Business Power – will be less than 15,000 words, whereas Pinterest Power was over 55,000 words, a much bigger project. (As a side-note, my next book-store level book will be Instagram Power being published with McGraw Hill this next year).

Sign-Up Here:

Willing to help read it and provide feedback? Just click this link below, provide us with your email, and when it is ready we’ll email you about it:

Sign up To Become A Beta Tester!

Published by Jason Miles

Jason Miles is the CEO of of OmniRocket, a Seattle based ecommerce consulting and SAAS company, and the author of the Bestselling Pinterest Power. He regularly partners with leading online groups and sites including, the American Marketing Association, IBM's Connectchat, Social Media Examiner, Profnet, Marketingprofs, and similar groups.

4 thoughts on “Help Wanted: Review Our New Book For Us…

  1. I am so looking forward to reading it and reviewing! I have a question: when I received your confirmation e-mail, there was an attached file which I couldn’t open (.vcf). What is that?

  2. Cool. We’re excited to have your help. We’re not sure what the .vfc file was. We will email everyone about the 1st draft soon.

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