Hey, Did You AHAthat?
The New “Thought Leadership” is AHAleadership — Curating and Sharing Content to Build Your Audience
by Mitchell Levy, Carly Alyssa Thorne, Jeff Shavitz, Dr. Tianna Conte, Tiffany Vuong
Was there a point in your life when you said, “I have an idea. I’m going to write a book about it.” Or have you asked, “I want to grow my business and engage more people. How can I?” Writing a book is hard — extremely hard. Pushing yourself to sit down, deliberate, write, edit, rewrite, put heads together again, and then rewrite some more until you reach between 15,000-100,000 words is such punishing and exhausting work, isn’t it? How about social media? Do you have a good social media platform, and are you sharing enough content with your social media fans to make them happy and grow your fanbase? Isn’t it difficult? Not sure how others accomplish this task?
Wouldn’t it be great if you could press the easy button?
- That button that would make finding and sharing content on social media easy.
- That button that would make writing your book easy.
Wait no longer.
Here comes a new platform called AHAthat, http://AHAthat.com, where you can write a book in eight hours — or as Carly Alyssa Thorne and Jeff Shavitz do it, in TWO HOURS! Sounds amazing, huh? AHAthat makes it easy to SHARE, AUTHOR, and PROMOTE yourself (i.e. your brand). It is the first AHAleadership (Thought Leadership) platform on the market that allows you to: 1) easily build your brand by sharing others’ quotes with proper attribution and 2) show your expertise by creating your book in eight hours and having others share your quotes. Today, there are over 33,000 quotes from recognized AHAleaders (i.e. Thought Leaders) that you can share in seconds FOR FREE!
There’s a time-tested, proven, seven-step process that hundreds of authors have used to write their books in eight hours or less. Each AHAbook is comprised of 140 bite-sized quotes called AHAmessages. These quotes can be easily shared to different social media channels, from Twitter to Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+. These aren’t just ordinary quotes; these are messages that impose wisdom and give answers or solutions to readers’ problems. They don’t just inspire, they also help. Increase your influence today by writing your own social-media-enabled book at http://AHAthat.com/Author!
Hey, Did You AHAthat? is part of the THiNKaha series, whose slim and handy books contain 140 well-thought-out AHAmessages. Increase your online influence by picking up AHAthat and easily share quotes from this book on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Google+.
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