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What our published bloggers are saying...
I've been a blogger since 2003 with thousands of posts and while it was easy to write a blog almost everyday, I just could not really get organized well enough for a book. From the time Hyperink contacted me last December with an offer to assist me, it was done in three weeks time and it cost me nothing. Three months later and I have several thousand sales and am working on my next book.
The Hyperink team approached me in January to do a book based on Feld Thoughts. They said it'd be fast and easy, and while I was skeptical, I was happy to give them a shot. What they came back with in March was really well done - I was excited to share my best posts in a longer-form, nicely designed book. It's exceeded my expectations - not only how well it's sold, but the ability to do things like frequent updates, the flexibility to run different marketing experiments - excited to see where it goes from here!
When most people write books, they sit down with the goal of writing one. I cheated. Instead, I blogged non-stop for five years, writing about hundreds of different topics on various different sites and had someone edit a collection of those together into a book after the fact.
It's actually rather genius.
Not necessarily the book, mind you - I'll let you decide that - but the idea behind it. A startup called Hyperink is behind it and they approached me with the opportunity to repurpose and reinvigorate some of that past content I had made.
One of my regular Forbes.com readers is Mike Federle, our chief operating officer and the former publisher of Fortune magazine. He helped arrange the deal with Hyperink and thought it was a great way to kick things off - and tell our story on another platform. At first, I resisted. Any kind of book was out of my comfort zone. My colleagues prodded me to into it.
Hyperink made it easy for me, mixing data analysis with editorial skills...an editor was brought in to determine the book's organization and structure and to increase readability through a round of light editing and proof reading...Hyperink then developed a cover and used proprietary technology to format the book for PDF, epub and mobi designs, then published it for the Amazon Kindle, the Barnes & Noble Nook, iBooks, Kobo - and, of course, Hyperink.com.