How To Leave A Book Review

How To Review #Master Your Message


If you’re on this page it’s because I want you to review Master Your Message – The Guide to Finding Your Voice in Any Situation.

It means everything to me if you would, in fact, review it.   No matter if you leave the review on your Instagram account, a write-up on your respective blog or newsletter, a tweet, an Amazon review, or pass it on to a friend who you feel would benefit from reading it, please share this book.

Be it positive or negative, the truth is the truth, that’s how I want it, and I ask you to adhere to that in your review.

If you still don’t know what to do with this thing, I’ve got some examples for you below.

How To Leave A Review On Instagram:

1. TAKE A PHOTO

Take an Instagram photo of you and the book.  The front cover should be prominent and the focus of the shot because it’s really a great cover!  My 15yr old helped with the colors

2. CAPTION

Write a quick book review of the book.  I really want to know what you think!

3. TAG IT UP LIKE CRAZY

Be sure to tag me @rosspr and use the hashtag #MYMbook.
Other suggested hashtags include;
#bookstagram #MasterYourMessage #bookreview #VernWrites
#bookhustle etc.

#ProSocialTip:  the more hashtags and tags you use, the more people see it!

Split-Testing Made Easy with Chris Dayley EP85

 

Chris Dayley

There’s a good chance if you’ve run a Facebook Ad and it didn’t do well, sound familiar?

Did you know that 61% of Adwords and Facebook Ads Fail to produce a single conversion? According to Chris Dayley VP of Testing and Optimization at Disruptive Advertising.

One of the most challenging problems business owners, bloggers and podcasters for that matter have is getting conversions from email, lead capture pages and of course ads.

Even if you don’t directly sell a product or service a successful outcome from an effort made is key. Continue reading “Split-Testing Made Easy with Chris Dayley EP85”

Fall Back Friday Ep84

 

So What Have I Learned Since 2013

In life my friends you may have to look back in order to move forward.  If history teaches us anything, it teaches us not to repeat the mistakes of the past.  Well at least that what you have the opportunity to learn from those mistakes or triumphs.

Not everything in your past has to be bad, for example, a post I wrote back in 2013 right before I started the podcast. It was about of all things Kung-Fu and the lessons you learn from your clients when you’re a coach.

Are you curious about what I learned?

Continue reading “Fall Back Friday Ep84”