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Posts Tagged ‘Mark Victor Hansen’

160 Chicken Soup for the Soul eBooks Coming

Working with Open Road Integrated Media, Chicken Soup for the Soul Publishing will release the first 160 Books from the Chicken Soup for the Soul series as eBooks.

The Chicken Soup for the Soul series counts more than 200 titles. Founders/motivational speakers Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen collected the 101 stories found in book one. More than 500 million copies of these books have been sold all around the world.

Open Road CEO Jane Friedman had this statement in the release: “The Chicken Soup for the Soul series is perfectly suited to our milestone marketing campaigns. Open Road is delighted to be the digital publisher for much of this beloved series, and we are eager to connect these titles with readers of all ages.”

 

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Chicken Soup for the Soul Co-Creator on Social Media: ‘Figure It Out For Yourself’

Chicken Soup for the Soul co-creator Dr. Mark Victor Hansen has seen his popular nonfiction series sell 167 milion copies. The author and entrepreneur had some simple social media advice for writers: “figure it out for yourself.”

In a mediabistro.com interview with GalleyCat contributor Jeff Rivera, Hansen talked about his new book, U R the Solution and offered tips for aspiring writers.

Here’s an excerpt: “What didn’t work was hiring a lot of the consultants especially about social media, who say they know stuff and for the most part, they do not and they charge a lot. In my experience, all of them are making money selling their experience, but they are not turning it into dollars. I had to figure it out by myself which is probably the best way. Go to the seminars, listen to what they have got to say, and then figure it out for yourself.”