How to use ebooks to build your non-fiction niche: Jay Artale

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One of the best ways to establish subject matter expertise within your industry is to use your knowledge and passion for your specialist topic to write and publish ebooks. Whether you’re a fiction author who wants to write nonfiction, or a entrepreneur who wants to turn readers into potential clients, you can turn your passion for a subject into a successful foundation for your brand.

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