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    My personal suggestions would be the following:
    Ask your close friends to give reviews on your book (Amazon)
    Submit your book to as many directories as you can (Goodreads, Librarything etc.)
    Start a blog where you could promote your book (write articles, do SEO)
    Start an author or book profile on Facebook and Twitter.


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    Decide What Type of Editing You'll Do. ...
    Determine What You'll Charge for Editing Services​ ...
    Decide the Structure of Your Home Editing Business. ...
    Create a Business Name. ...
    Get Required Licenses and Permits. ...
    Establish Your Business Presence. ...
    Start Looking for Clients.


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    Offer Your Take on an Existing Product. ...
    Utilize Job Boards. ...
    Use Your Existing Contacts. ...
    Talk to Other Freelancers in Your Field. ...
    Find out Where the People You Want to Work for Spend Their Time. ...
    Create Diverse Content and Make Yourself Known. ...
    Start for Free.


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    If you have an eye for detail, love to read, and have experience with writing structured content, perhaps starting your own proofreading business may be a great second job. There are many reasons why a proofreading business is a good option when you're ready to become a business owner.


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    Know Your Clients. The most important thing is to know your most ideal clients. ...
    Create a Portfolio. Once you make prospects aware of your existence and services, create a portfolio for them to explore. ...
    Earn Trust from Clients and Prospects. ...
    Offer Freebies. ...
    Ensure Ultimate Customer Satisfaction.


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    I think you should be concerned with The Visionary Pen which is very professional regarding Book Editing Services and Ghost Writing.


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    great work.


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    There are 3 ways by which you can advertise your editing business and services:

    1. First is of course SEO and if you are okay with investing some money then PPC can also be a good option.

    2. Social Media - This is an amazing medium to popularize your business and service. You can use Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest for this purpose.

    3. Promotional Products Giveaways - This is an another medium by which you can imprint your brand name or services on these product and distribute among people. It will act as portable billboard and popularize your brand.


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    thanks for sharing with us


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    Lastly, commit to it. Block out 30 minutes every day to network and socialize virtually. Have fun with it. You might find there are a number of other ways to monetize. For example a "write your first book" pdf, book or video series. You talk to enough people you'll see the patterns of interest.


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