So you’ve written a book, had it edited, and you feel good about releasing it to the world. But WAIT! Before you put it on Kindle or Smashwords or add the PDF on your website for download, do these five things to increase sales/downloads and extend the reach of your book:
Who Are We?Those DeWolfes Creative is a partnership between Shawn and Cheryl DeWolfe. We operate our business like a lab: after experiments and research, we concoct products to serve niche needs and markets. We also do custom websites tailored to the needs of clients. We're about more than just web design: we have blended our work in IT, writing and art to build a full range of creative offerings. We deliver great solutions that combine innovation and common sense.
Those DeWolfes Creative is based in Victoria BC, but we have worked for clients throughout North America and further afield.
Specialty: Web DesignWe can deploy a sophisticated site in very little time. Get the same tools and capabilities as the big players, but do it all on a shoestring budget. For your project, we assemble the best team of specialists: Web designers who know the Internet inside and out; graphic designers who know how to deliver the best visuals; copywriters who will mesmerize your audience; and the best SEO consultants available. Our specialists team up to deliver you the best results.
We concentrate on making your site and its visuals of the site work to deliver your message and draw in your audience.
Specialty: Info ServicesInformation, content, and data are integral to every business but finding, creating, and managing it is time consuming. Sometimes big tasks need to be done only once -- why train someone in-house when you can hire our staff to get the project done? Other tasks may need to be repeated weekly, monthly or annually; our staff is happy to work out a schedule with you for the completion of these services. With a background in academic research and library services, Cheryl DeWolfe can manage your information needs.
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I like is Commerce Node Checkout: it allows a site owner to let the public pay to publish content. In my example, I was using it to let businesses create and pay for advertisements. They would have access to be able to upload the ad of their choice. After hitting "submit" the node / ad is held in an unpublished state while the business user is taken to a checkout page so that they can purchase the publication rights. Nice. Automated. Money-making. In theory
What does it take to get big? Like really big? Success on the web is all about the technicalities and how they fit into the big vision. We have done websites of all sizes and we know what’s required to successfully execute a site.