I Made a Commitment to Myself & Others –
I Would Publish 1,000 Journals in 2018
Then I Discovered the Magical Power of Software,
And In Just a Few Weeks, I Published 800 More…
Over the course of the last two years, I have met many self-published authors, who are making 4- to 5-figures per month, publishing simple journals and planners.
As I made inquiries, there were a few key similarities all those authors seemed to share:
- Most publish simple books in great variety.
- The level of success they experience is often comparable to the amount of variety they are willing to offer consumers.
- Providing consumers more purchase options has been beneficial to their business.
- Book sales & royalties climbed in proportion to the number of books they had available for purchase.
- All were focused on giving people book choices that appealed to more smaller groups of consumers. (Think in terms of women who have toddlers at home, instead of women who are mothers. It is a much smaller group of consumers, out of a much larger group of people.)
- Instead of investing a lot of effort into turning individual books into national best sellers, self-published journal and planner authors focus on the basics of creating more books that can be found in a wider variety of sub-categories on Amazon’s website.
- They have decided it is easier and more profitable to produce a larger variety of books, instead of spending time and money to market and promote single book titles.
- They rarely make changes to a book once it has been published.
- They tend to make more money when they publish more books.
- They have found that the easiest way to increase their book royalties is to figure out how to create more books in less time.
Which brings us to the question that most novice book authors have about self-publishing…
In a Lot Less Time & Without the Steep Learning Curve?
As you may already be aware, I am a computer nerd, with almost two decades experience working with business software and the more-advanced visual design software.
Even with all of my personal experience, I found the process to carry a steep learning curve.
In the early stages of my “1,000 books in 2018” personal challenge, I was only publishing five (5) books a day – most being journals, with a few planners tossed into the mix.
Even with my advanced knowledge on the subject, production remained quite low.
My biggest advantage was my commitment to the task, and the self-control necessary to meet my stated goals on a daily basis.
It wasn’t until I discovered some of the more advanced functions inside the software applications I was using that I was able to step up my production.
Even though I was able to jump from five new books published each day, to dozens of books published every day, I still had many lengthy processes that I had to complete in order to achieve my goals.
As I contemplated how I could teach others what I had learned how to do, I kept stumbling over three key problems:
- Expensive software applications;
- Steep learning curve;
- Detailed and lengthy processes to complete the desired tasks…
So More People Could Do What I Do
In 2018, I discovered that using Powerpoint was far easier than using Word to create a book manuscript.
This is where I started my journey, because I wanted to find a way for other people to be able publish journals and planners quickly, without the steep learning curve and high-level of frustration they had experienced previously.
I wanted to give novice journal authors the ability to get into the game and get on the sales charts as quickly as possible.
I wanted to be able to invite people to participate in the “2019 version of the 1,000 book challenge,” then I wanted to give them the ability to get there in just 30 days if they were so inclined to do so.
It was important to:
- Shorten the learning curve.
- Simplify the steps involved.
- Make the entire process easier to understand.
- Erase the need for expensive visual design software.
- Eliminate a lot of the frustration.
- Give people confidence in their new skills.
- Teach people how to use automation to speed the processes involved.
A couple months ago, I released a training called “Journal Accelerator” to show people how to use the automation tools inside of Microsoft Word to create journals rather quickly.
I was hoping to teach people how to use the exact same automation processes I used in Microsoft Word, but this time to employ those automation processes inside of Microsoft Powerpoint.
Microsoft has a different world view than I have.
Powerpoint does not contain the automation tools that Microsoft Word has available inside of it.
To be honest, I was literally dumbfounded about where to go with this. Powerpoint is such a useful tool and a very easy-to-use application for self-published authors.
A few days after I hit the brick wall with Powerpoint, I was having a conversation with my programmer friend.
I shared with him my frustration that Microsoft does not have the same automation tools inside Powerpoint as it has in Word.
He laughed, then he said confidently, “I know how to automate that task for you using Powerpoint.”
And with those words, he saved my bacon on this project.
= Oh My Gosh, This Is So Awesome!
With our “Powerpoint Replicator” software, we have taken what used to be a frustrating and lengthy manual process, and we turned it into a simple “Fill-In-The-Blank” process.
The first step is creating your templates:
- The Cover Template will automatically load with all margins, bleeds and measurements that meet Amazon’s requirement for the book size you choose.
- The Page Template will be automatically formatted with accurate margins and gutters, for your chosen book size, according to the measurements that Amazon recommends.
The second step is to prepare your Excel spreadsheets:
- For the Cover Creator, you would need to load the paths for your book cover backgrounds, title and author name into your Excel Spreadsheet.
- For the Page Creator, you would need to load the values that you would like to customize inside your books.
The third step is to run the following 4-step process:
- Select the Powerpoint Template created in the first step.
- Select the Excel Spreadsheet created in the second step.
- Verify Selected Files.
- Replicate – This process will create your book cover files or your book manuscript files.
Created Using This Powerful Software
Take a good look at the two following book samples, demonstrating books that I have made using this incredible software tool…
The “Powerpoint Replicator” is a game changer, even for me… See if you agree…
I am just giddy with excitement at what I have been able to do with this software…
Create a Stack of Books or
Book Covers for Publication
Don’t just take my word for it…
Watch the video below to see the entire journal-creation process in operation…
As you can see, we have taken what was once a very frustrating, detailed and time-consuming process, and we have compressed the entire process to just six steps!
We have built this software:
- On top of the rock-solid foundation of Microsoft Office…
- Using Microsoft’s built-in functions, to ensure platform stability going forward…
- With the specific purpose of speeding the book creation process…
- To help novice, self-published authors create new book manuscripts like a seasoned professional…
- To allow self-published authors to create custom journals & planners, without a lot of effort or learning curve…
- To give book authors the opportunity to create beautiful book covers, without ever needing to crack open a visual design or image editing software program…
- To allow beginners to jump into the self-publishing industry with both feet and start seeing monthly royalty checks more quickly…
We built this software on top of Microsoft Excel, to work also with Microsoft Powerpoint, on a Microsoft Windows operating system.
The “Powerpoint Replicator” software is loaded inside of two (2) XLSM files, which is an “Excel Spreadsheet With Macro Support.”
We can only guarantee that this software will work with the Microsoft Office suite of office tools on Microsoft Windows.
This software DOES NOT WORK with the Mac versions of Excel or Powerpoint.
Our software DOES NOT WORK with Libre Office or Open Office either. This software does not work, and never will work with Libre Office or Open Office due to the inclusion of VBA code in this software.
Due to the nature of this product, all sales are final.
Let me be very clear…
We are NOT offering a money-back guarantee with this offer.
Be darn sure you are comfortable with this purchase, before you hit the BUY button.
There will be NO REFUNDS.
We have fully tested this software with Microsoft Windows operating systems, using Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Powerpoint. The software works exactly as designed and described.
We know our software WILL NOT work with Mac operating systems.
We also know that our software WILL NOT WORK with Libre Office or Open Office.
Q1: Why aren’t you offering a refund on this offer? Don’t you believe in your product?
A1: We do believe in our product.
We also know that if you are using Microsoft Windows with the Microsoft Office product, then you will have no problems with the software operating exactly as described.
We have demonstrated how the software works in text format, image format, and video format.
If you are unsure about your purchase of this software, then please don’t make a purchase today.
Q2: What if I want to take my chances using your software with Libre Office or Open Office?
A2: You will be wasting your money.
It is not even possible for our software to work with Libre Office or Open Office.
Q3: What will I receive in the delivery file?
A3: The delivery file for this product is delivered inside a PDF file that contains links to:
- Two (2) PDF files – Instructional PDF and a Cheat Sheet PDF.
- Two (2) XLSM files – One creates the Powerpoint Templates. The other generates the Covers and Pages from the Excel Spreadsheet.
- Two (2) Sample PPT files – Sample Powerpoint files.
Q4: Are there any up-sells?
A4: Yes. There are two:
- “Powerpoint Calendar Creator” ($37) – Software to create custom calendars for your books, using the same principle of “Fill in the Blanks” as demonstrated with the “Powerpoint Replicator” software.
- “Powerpoint Graphics & Templates” ($27) – Contains 25 PPT Templates created by Sue Fleckenstein. All of Sue’s templates were designed to work specifically with the “Powerpoint Replicator” software. This package also contains 100 PNG Graphics with Commercial Use Rights.
Q5: Are you planning on doing updates to the software in the future?
A5: We are not planning on it, but we are not ruling it out either.
Microsoft occasionally does updates that might impact this software. If that were to happen, we will do a software update.
If we decide there might be a better way to do a particular part of the process, we may update the software for that purpose as well.
Q6: What if I have questions that haven’t yet been answered?
A6: I can be contacted by email at: email@example.com
To Get Your Copy Of
After you make your purchase, you will be sent access to a PDF file that contains links to: Two (2) XLSM files, two (2) PPT sample files, and two (2) PDF files, as described in the FAQ #3.
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Thank you for your interest in our “Powerpoint Replicator” software.
Di Heuser & Hans Miedema