Command Influence by Robert Shaines was recently on the Outskirts Press bestseller list.
How can a book become a bestseller in the competitive self-publishing market? It can be a the result of a mixture of efforts — including dedicating a great deal of time and/or money to marketing activities.
Let’s take a closer look at this best selling book published by Outskirts Press to see what contributed to its success. By seeing what works for other authors, you can take the appropriate publishing and marketing steps to chart your own course toward successful book publishing!
About Robert Shaines
Robert A. Shaines is a practicing attorney in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. He lives in Rye, NH with his wife Denise and their three dogs and ten horses.
He has had extensive experience representing clients from all over the globe, including Canada, Russia, Switzerland, France, The Netherlands, various Carribean Islands, Australia, England, The Sceychelle Islands and Moldova. His travelling days are over at this time of life and he wants to continue to maintain his law practice and continue with his new career as an author.
Of course, books cannot become best sellers if they’re only printed and sold from the publisher’s website. Books must to be available via multiple sales channels, both wholesale and direct. All Outskirts Press books published with the Diamond, Pearl, and Ruby packages receive the benefit of either national or worldwide book distribution. See details about the Distribution-on-Demand Sales Channels by clicking here.
2 thoughts on “Self-Publishing Bestseller Spotlight: Command Influence by Robert Shaines”
I wonder what constitutes a “best seller” in self-publishing. I’ve asked Outskirts Press (and others) to give me a specific number of copies sold by the top sellers. I’ve never received a satisfactory response. As I approach a decision point for publishing my own book — self-publish, go with a subsidy publisher, or continue to pursue traditional publishers — an answer with quantitative data would help me greatly in this process.
Hi Charles — That’s a great question. We’ll feature a post on this exact topic in a future post that may help answer your question.