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Dan Henry (00:00):
How did I hit the Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestseller list on my very first book? I'm going to cover complete launch details along with my guest, Tyler Wagner, on how to do that and how you can do that for your book. So stick around.
Dan Henry (00:37):
All right, everybody. How do you hit a bestseller list? I've probably got at least 500 emails on this asking, you know, Dan, you were you super high on Amazon number three, I believe we hit at one point overall like I was ahead of Harry Potter. You know, Wall Street Journal bestseller list the USA Today bestseller on my very first book without a traditional publisher. So how did we do this? So I'm going to, I'm bringing on my guest, the man that helped me do this, Mr. Tyler Wagner. And we are going to talk about the complete launch details. Tyler, how are you doing, man?
Doing great, man. Thanks for having me on.
Dan Henry (01:22):
Yeah. Awesome. Awesome. So let me just give them a little bit of background, and then we can just jump into it. You know, I wanted to have a best-selling book because look at the end of the day, you know, people, when they buy my book, they read my book and a lot of people end up buying my higher ticket you know, coaching program or other products as a result of getting value from that book.
Dan Henry (01:46):
And so I have to sell, you know, I have to sell that book, and having it as a best seller really puts a lot of clout behind it. It makes it easier to sell down the road, but as well, we had so many people during this launch buy that book and sign up for our program that the amount of money we made from it just as a by-product of that was insane. And, you know, I don't have a traditional publisher. I self-published this book. I went through, well, it is through a publishing company. It's a friend of mine who has a small publishing company, but essentially it's self-published, and we didn't have like a big firm behind us or anything like that. And I wanted to hit the Wall Street Journal bestseller list, and, you know, we got on a call, and you took me through the whole process of how to do it.
Dan Henry (02:35):
And then at the end, I kinda just said, screw it. Can I just hire you to do it? But, that said, can we, you know, can we go through that process of how to do that? And, and don't get me wrong. I did send emails to my list. I did, I did send people during the launch of that book to buy it, but keep in mind that at that point when we did that book launch, I had already actually launched the book for several months on my own website. So most of my people had already bought, and the vast, vast, vast majority of people that bought during this launch was from the stuff that you did for me. And it was on Amazon Barnes, noble, all that. So can we take people well, first let's give people a little bit of background on who you are, what you do, why you know how to do this, and then we can go into the specifics of how we made this happen.
For sure. So a little background, how I got into the industry is when I was 20 years old, I read "The Four Hour Workweek" by Tim Ferriss and basically just changed my entire mindset. I literally dropped out of school about two weeks after reading that book. And what happened is that I started going to all these events, and I wanted to do public speaking. So then I realized one of the best ways to do that was to first become an author. One of my mentors told me, you know, the root word of authority is author. So if you want to be a paid speaker, become an author first. So that's what I did when I was 20 years old, and it hit Amazon bestseller at the time. And what took off though a lot quicker is people's just started asking me, like, how did you write the book?
How did you publish it? How did you market it? And then I basically the public speaking thing, I got a few gigs here and there, but I, my focus just went way towards that. Cause I was like $80,000 in debt, like a very broke 20-year-old drop out of college. And I started helping a few friends. They got the same results on Amazon. And then what really clicked for me was that like most publishers, in fact, I can't really even name a publisher that like does marketing for their authors. So then it hit me. I was like if I can master the marketing side and then partner with publishers, then first off, I won't really have any competition because there are not really many people doing it. And I'll just have like an influx of leads because people will just be like, publishers will just refer them to me cause they don't do the marketing. So then I basically started to figure out how the Barnes and Noble list works USA Today and Wall Street, and nine years later, over a thousand book launches. And you know, now we're talking, so that's kind of like the backstory of it.
Dan Henry (05:18):
Got it, got it. And was there anything that you discovered about hitting those lists? Cause, I mean, don't get me wrong by hitting those lists. We sold a ton of books that, like, I don't know how many. It was like 15,000 or something. And we did get a lot of business from that, but you know, my goal to hit those lists was more of a, Hey, I did it. It's, you know, I'm a bestselling author, and I believe that long-term, there's more value in it. Long-Term because it's like, I'm a bestselling author. This is a bestselling book, you know, but we did make a ton of money from the launch itself. So it's, there's a lot of benefit to having a bestselling book. And of course, the speaking, I mean, I had some decent speaking engagements that were presented to me prior, but they skyrocketed after the book, even with COVID hitting, even with that. And so there's a ton of benefits. I don't, you know, I don't think that anybody's disputing how many benefits there are to have a best-selling book. And there's probably a lot of benefits to having that, that people don't even realize. But for me, it's been absolutely phenomenal. Are there any other benefits that maybe somebody's not, not thinking in their head like that really can make this help grow their business?
Yeah, for sure. It's, you know, it's interesting. It's, it's hard to like directly measure all the benefits because, like you said, that's how I view it as it's a very long-term thing. And one of the things I always say too is like, you notice like a lot of like the big players, like Tony Robbins, Russell Brunson, like people like that, like they have their, they have like that's once they hit a bestseller list, like Wall Street, New York times, like that's always the thing that goes in their social media.
Dan Henry (07:09):
That's Tony Robbins, first thing, you know? And so it's just interesting where it from a branding standpoint forever, it's very hard to measure, but from the clients I've worked with, just like you said, like public speaking skyrockets and another thing is PR, so it definitely opens a lot of doors with just like the mainstream media cause they know how hard it is to hit these lists. So I'd say PR, public speaking, and then having a backend, like obviously, you had set up those are the top three I'd say.
Dan Henry (07:42):
Okay. All right. All right. Awesome. Awesome. And I have to concur because that's what I put at the beginning. All my stuff too, Best-selling author. Yeah. Yeah. So, okay, cool. So let's go over. I remember, you know, we reached out, we got on a call, and I asked you a ton of questions, and believe me, I'm one of the most annoying people with my questions. Even back when I was a kid, I used to be, and I was that kid that was like, this kid never shuts up. He has too many questions. I'm still like that. So I'm sure you were like super annoyed with all the questions I asked, but you literally laid out the complete launch process for how to do this, how to hit these lists, and keep in mind. I want everybody to understand that for you to hit these lists, normally it's almost impossible, especially like a New York Times bestseller, it's all political, right?
Dan Henry (08:36):
It's you have to be with a certain publisher. And that publisher had to go to like a bat mitzvah with your kid and, and they had to have a drink and then maybe they did a bit, you know, it's like so fricking political. So we have to find a better, more efficient way to get on these lists, rather than just having a friend, and in order to do that, you gotta sell a lot of copies of your book. And so, like where it's undeniable, you know what I mean? And so you took me through this process, and you told me everything. And I remember at the end of it, I was like, wow, that sounds really good. It sounds doable. It sounds like I can do that. But then I was like, I'm already busy working on my business. You know, if I have my team implement all this, A, we're probably not going to do it as well as you could. B, It's going to just be a massive project while we have other projects going on. So I decided to just hire you to do it. But and we can talk more about that at the end of the episode, but can you take me through again the process, the launch process, what we did, and sorta just give people some details on how this all came together.
Exactly. Yeah. So basically the I'll break down the four, the four lists. So Amazon is like actually an hourly algorithm. So essentially, if you want to hit Amazon, right, you just, you want to get as many sales as possible in one day, and it's categorical Barnes and Noble is similar, except it's not categorical. So it's, it's like one list of their entire thing. So you also hit a Barnes and Noble bestseller with your campaign. I actually think I can't remember what number you may, or you were definitely top 10 on all of Barnes and Noble and Amazon.
Dan Henry (10:22):
I was number three at most on Amazon. I was number three on the Wall Street Journal list. Like when the list got published, which was insane. I thought I was just going to hit the top 10. I hit three. And then I think Barnes and Noble was, I don't know. And there was a bunch of categorical number ones, a ton of them. I was ahead of "Think And Grow Rich" all that.
Yeah. Honestly, the top 10 on all of Amazon is insane.
Dan Henry (10:48):
Yeah, we did. So that's the thing, it's one thing to hit number one or top 10 in business or whatever, but I was number, it was either three or six on all of Amazon, all of Amazon. I got the screenshot somewhere. I took it. Yeah.
And then so USA Today and Wall Street Journal, those are much, much more difficult. So basically, the way those work is they're actually weekly lists. So they go from Sunday to Saturday, and USA Today has a, it's a top one 50, and then Wall Street is a top 10. And what's kind of interesting is that USA Today is actually even harder to hit than Wall Street because it encompasses all the genres, right? So you're going up against like romance novels. And some of you listening might be surprised to hear this, but like romance, like all those Sci-fy like those types of fiction books, they sell way more than business books. So going up against those, that's why I can't remember what number you were on USA Today, but it was, it was probably around like a hundred or something, but that equated right to the number three on Wall Street. So that just shows,
Dan Henry (11:56):
I think it was in the forties or sixties.
Oh, was it the forties? Okay. Gotcha.
Dan Henry (12:00):
I don't remember. I honestly just want, I didn't really care about the USA Today. I wanted to, cause to me Wall Street Journal is more prestigious cause it's like a business
100%. Yeah. Yeah. That's what's funny I totally agree. And so the trick with it is typically you need to get any like 7,000 sales or more in a one-week time period, which you know is even if you have a huge list, it's hard to like get all your people to just buy during one week. So essentially, how we do it, I'll go through the process. It's four main advertising methods. So when I started this, if people listen to, if you go to Google, type in ebook sites, you'll come across, like there are like thousands of them. And basically, what they say is like, you can pay them a fee, and then they'll promote it to their list. And then basically, you know, you'll see how many sales you get. And I wasted a lot of money and tested like hundreds of these out.
And what I came to find was like 12 to 15, depending on the genre of book, would consistently produce results, which means like they would either get a couple of hundred sales or like a couple thousand sometimes. And then I realized, I was like, okay, this is good for Amazon and BN, but it's not going to cut it for Wall Street, USA Today just using them like separately. So then I actually reached out to all of them and was like, Hey, if I can bring you all under my Author's Unite roof then, and we focus on one book per week for Wall Street, I think we can start hitting these like major bestseller lists, which there's just not many people able to do that unless they're like famous, like, cause I can't remember who was on the list with you, but typically like that top 10 list, you know, you're looking like Donald Trump Jr.
The founder of or the host of Jeopardy was on it like LA, you know, or Obama. We just did one last week. The number one book was Obama. And then our book was number two. So like these are the people you're competing against, the hit these lists. So essentially, what we do is we do really large email list campaigns during a one-week period, we discount the ebook to 99 cents. Then we do Facebook retargeting ads, Kindle ads, and Nook advertisements. All four of them come together. I just call it, and it's like concentrated impact, basically. So all of that comes together in one week. And then, like you said, I can't remember how many sales, but it's somewhere around 15,000. And one of the tricks though is, is that you want these sales to also be diversified. So we actually have a segmented part of our email list that we know our Nook users.
So we target them, and really you need to get over at least 500 sales on Barnes and Noble to have a chance at these major lists. So that's one of the trickiest things too, is it's like, even if you could get 10,000 sales on Amazon, most people don't have a big enough network of people that use Nook that like actually buy from Barnes and Noble cause everybody just uses Amazon and Kindle pretty much. So that's basically how we did it for you is, you know, we emailed millions of people. We did Facebook ads, Kindle ads, and Nook ads in one week, and then you got around 15,000 sales, and that landed you number three on Wall Street.
Dan Henry (15:01):
Wow. That's awesome. That's awesome. So these lists, right? Can you tell me a little bit more about who's on these lists and why?
Yeah. Yeah. So basically, these are people that have opted in, saying they want to be notified when eBooks are discounted. So like a very good example of one, there's one called bargainbooksy.com. There's another one called BookBub. These are just examples that you could search and find them, but basically, they opt-in, and then they tell you like what type of genre they're interested in, in being notified about. And then they're all like segmented. And then, depending on what book like we're doing for that week for a campaign, then we know which people to email. So it's not, you know, they're people that are just interested in specific types of books at a discount, basically.
Dan Henry (15:52):
Right. So to be clear, you know, it's not that they're buying books like it's not like a, how do I put this? Like a manipulation where you are basically buying books in bulk to hit the number because that's what a lot of people do for like the New York Times bestseller list. They literally have companies buy thousands of books just to test, and they're not really selling the books. You know, they're just, it's like a paper thing, and they're buying these thousands of books, or I've seen people where that you buy a book, and they give you two, and there are all kinds of tricks, right? And don't get me wrong, you know, hey, it's already a political thing. So the system is already rigged. So if you're working the system, I have no qualms with that. But the reason I like what you do is that you're literally saying, Hey, here's a list of people that are interested in a book like I wrote.
Dan Henry (16:54):
And they signed up to be notified when books like that come out and go on sale. So, hey guys, here's a book. So it's, to me, far more of a realistic, I mean, it is a realistic launch, but you know, a lot of people look at book launches and look at these lists as like you've got to finagle something, right? You've got to do some sort of weird stuff to hit the list. And I didn't want to do that. I didn't want to just, cause I could have, I could have just bought a bunch of books. And I said to you, I was like, well, listen, man, I want to hit these lists, but I want people to buy my book. And when you explain this to me, and you explain the lists and how these people are interested in my book or in books like mine, they're just simply getting a discount, and they're getting notified of it.
Dan Henry (17:43):
And they're buying tons of people are buying that book all at the same time, because it's like a temp it's like, it's like sort of like a, a launch where you have a normal launch where you like you would launch a course or anything. You know you do a launch, you have a discounted price during that launch. And outside of that launch, the price goes up. It's a standard launch. And so I really liked that aspect of it, that it was real people buying books that they were interested in, not me going out and buying a hundred thousand copies of my book through an LLC, I set up or some crazy stuff just to get a list. You know what I mean? And then, so here's a funny thing. We did the Kindle version. I knew that you know, there was a certain way I could track because when, when you go in my book, you can click on links.
Dan Henry (18:35):
If it's an ebook to get to certain areas where you would, you know, maybe book a call with my team or whatever. So we started tracking that and found that people were absolutely buying from these lists, buying on Kindle, reading my book, booking a call, buying my program. You know, these are real people interested in this stuff. And I think that's a lot of people's hesitation is they look at a lot of these launches, the New York Times being one of them. And they say, well, you know, I can pay a couple hundred thousand dollars or probably more, probably more like 500,000 to hit the New York Times bestseller list because I'm going to buy hundreds of thousands of copies of my book. And to me, that's like, you either have to do that. Or like I said, you got to attend the birthday party of the guy with the guy, with the guy, you know, and it's like either way it's, it's messed up. So that's why I really like how you did it. You do the legit launch to legit people, who legit were interested in my type of book that all bought at once because we did a discounted price during that launch. So I really, really do dig that. Now can you give some maybe specifics on like, you know, if somebody wanted to try to do this completely themselves, what they would have to go through and like a timeline of what they'd have to do
For sure. So if I was to try to do this, like if somebody was going to do it themselves, what you'd want to do is really like start the marketing aspect way before the actual like launch happens or even that you're writing the book, so what I mean is you want to start like collecting emails basically. So do like a bonus or something like a pre-release and have people opt-in to be notified when the book comes out because you need all those sales to come through in the same week. So I would start building that like way prior. And it's one of the things I actually learned from Gary V that I think is pretty cool, is like documenting the process. He says, document over, create, which I don't think one is better than the other necessarily, but that just, the idea is cool.
And basically, what that means is like just sharing the process of the writing of the book and the ups and downs of the journey. And you basically start to build like a launch team naturally of like followers. And so I would do that. And also, what I would do is I would start reaching out to people like way ahead of time. Cause you, you know, this like more than anybody Dan like getting on people's email lists to do like an affiliate type thing. Like sometimes people are booked for like a year out. You know, like their email campaigns are literally booked for a year out. So you've got to start very early, but basically, I would find people that have large email lists that are basically they could be interested in your book, and I would connect with them and then figure out some sort of affiliate deal and then have all of these partners mail during the same week. And then that plus the pre-release campaign that you're running to gather emails, all of that comes together, and then you'd have really your best chance. And the only thing that would still be missing, though, is those Barnes and Noble sales, probably just because they're so hard to get. So you'd want to somehow try to figure out how to isolate a certain group to get at least 500 sales on Barnes and Noble.
Dan Henry (21:47):
Okay. So let me, that was a lot, and we talked about this before, which was one of the reasons why I just hired you to do it, but let me see if I could recap. So basically, you want to build a list, and you want to document the creation of your book. And it's sort of like an email list building exercise, and that gets people on a list so that when you do launch the book, they all buy in the same week. And then, at the same time, you work with partners that already have lists of interested book buyers, and you offer, and how do you get those partners to maybe you, you said this, and I miss it, but how do you get those partners? How do I say, Hey, you know, you have a list of people that like books, email my book out to your people. How do you get that partner to say yes?
So, in this case, right, I'm actually not saying the book-buying lists. Just because, in all honesty, what you'd have to do is go to Google and like waste a bunch of money and test them all out. So to use those types of lists, you might, you know, it's better to just hire us. It'll actually be cheaper than the trial and error that you'd have to do. But the list that I'm talking about is, for example, just a clear example, right? So like the people that buy Russell Brunson stuff are like similar people that buy some of your stuff, right? So I would connect with Russell and be like, like six months to a year prior of the launch week and be like, Hey, is there anything that we could work out like an affiliate thing where you would mail your entire list about my book during this one week? And then if you get, you know, like 10 of those plus the pre-release list that you're building yourself, all of that coming together, then you could get, you know, like 10, 20,000 sales in a week and actually hit the list.
Dan Henry (23:33):
Got it. So to recap that if I was going to do this again by myself, I would document on social media on, on, you know, maybe some ads what you, the process of creating the book and get them to sign up to an early release or a, a book release kind of waiting lists. I'd build that list there. Then I'd go out, and I'd find partners or other influencers that had similar stuff to mine. And I'd say, Hey, I'm going to release this book, you know, around this date. Is there any way you could get in on this launch? And from there, I would try to offer some sort of affiliate deal or, I mean, there are other ways to do it as well. You can just pay people to mail the list. Yeah. I would imagine you could also send an early copy to some like Instagram influencers.
Dan Henry (24:24):
You could, again, get them to promote at that time. And the idea here is that everybody in-sync promotes at the same time it's easy. It's an easy sale because it's, what did we sell my book for? Like, what was the cost?
99 cents, yeah.
Dan Henry (24:41):
And that was the Kindle, right?
Dan Henry (24:43):
Right. So it's not, it's, it's a buck. So, you know, normally it's like $7 for the ebook, and you know, whether it's an ebook, a physical book, a Kindle, whatever, if you sell the required amount, you hit the list. It doesn't have to be a physical shipped book. And, and that makes it a bit easier for small guys like us to hit those lists, because it's easier to say, Hey, buy this 99 cent Kindle than, you know, buy this, you know, five or $10 book, wait for it to get shipped to you, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. So we, we get these Instagram influencers, we get these social media influencers. We get these partners with email lists. We build our own email list, and then all in the same week, we send them to buy this book. But you have to segment the list to where a certain amount of people. You said you get 500 sales on Barnes and Noble. You get how many sales for the ...
Dan Henry (25:41):
Amazon. How many sales?
Amazon typically you want like minimum 7,000.
Dan Henry (25:45):
Okay. So we need 7,000 sales in the same week for Amazon. We need 500 sales in the same week for Barnes and Noble. And what else do we need in terms of numbers to hit, like say the Wall Street Journal?
That's actually pretty much it. And each week is different, though, right? Just because it depends on the competitiveness of that week, right? So, like, for example... What did you say?
Dan Henry (26:07):
You've got to pick a week? Like if let's say you have three books coming out that week by like, I don't know J.K. Rowling and you know, maybe Gary V and whoever a former president, it's going to drastically reduce the chance that you'll hit the list. So you, in addition to all this being in sync, you also have to, ahead of time, pick the week that is, you know, going to be the most optimal and easiest to get in, correct?
Exactly. Yeah, and like Obama, cause we do one every week like I was telling you, and like, Obama has been number one on the Wall Street the past three or four weeks. And our books have been like, number two, number four, number five. And like, but he's staying number one, right? So just if nine other people at that status of like Obama, if they all launched during the same week, like, you know, maybe there's a chance we'd actually miss, you know, even though that hasn't happened yet. But going up against Obama's very difficult.
Dan Henry (27:12):
So this is why when I had this conversation with you at first, I was like, I'm gonna do this to myself. I'm going to, I'm going to talk to Russell, and I'm gonna talk to this guy, and I'm gonna talk to that guy, and I'm gonna do this, somebody that, and I sat down and I was like, I'm going to do it. And then, like my CPA called me, she's like, Dan, we need to have a meeting. And then my assistants like, Hey Dan, did you do this? And I'm like, ah, I'm like, I got way too much to do. And I'm like there's no way I'm going to be able to do this. So plus, with the other thing I liked was the fact that you already have because you've been doing this day in and day out for years, you already have the partners lined up for multiple different types of books.
Dan Henry (27:52):
You already have the list, you've already made the connections, you've already made the relation to, you know, created the relationships, you know the best weeks, you have all the tools at your disposal. That would take me months. If I was like, well, it would take a lot more than months, but you know, even with my name, even with the list that I have, even with the connections, I mean, I can call Russell up right now and ask him, I mean, not on the phone, I'd probably Voxer him. But the point is like, I have connections that most people don't, but even with all those connections, it still would have been a massive undertaking compared to you basically just, you already have the relationships, you already have the list. And so when I called you back, I was like, Tyler, can you just do this for me?
Dan Henry (28:37):
Can I just, can you just, here's the book? What do I need to do? What or where do I need to upload it? Can you reach out to your partners that have these lists already, you know, and you can coordinate, can you sync, can you do all this for me? And you said, yes. And cause that's what you do. And when you gave me the price, I was like, okay, that's a pretty decent investment. But then I really thought about it. And I'm like, ah, you know, it only takes a few people to buy my product after they read my book. And now I've completely made that money back. Plus, I'm a Wall Street Journal bestselling author, you know, I have all this clout, it's going to help grow my business. And you know what ended up, I mean, I just wanted to break even. You remember me telling you I was like doing the math and stuff.
Dan Henry (29:24):
And I was like, all right, if I get this many people to buy it, well, what ended up happening was we way more than broke even just on the launch. Like we totally made our money back on the launch. I didn't have to deal with jack, nothing. And the fact that I have a Wall Street Journal and USA Today and blah, blah, blah bestselling since then, you know, has drastically increased our conversions and just the ease of which we sell. Like people get on the phone now. And they're like, they read my book, and they're like, yeah, I heard your book was a best seller. So I had to read it. It's great. I want to sign up for your coaching program, boom. So it was totally worth it. And if anything, everybody's listening to this episode. Yes. You can take what we've talked about. You can 100% go out, get the partners, get the list, document everything that we've talked about, and you can attempt to do this yourself, and maybe you will do it.
Dan Henry (30:22):
But for me personally, I know that time is money. I know that success loves speed. I know that you know, if I want to grow, I'd rather hire an expert that does this day in and day out that that guarantees that I will hit that list because I don't know if you want me to mention this or not, but you did give me that guarantee.
Yeah, no, no, you can. Yeah. We literally guarantee it or a full refund.
Dan Henry (30:45):
Yeah. And, and I remember being like, are you sure? I was like, skeptical. I was like, so let me get this straight. I'm going to pay you this money. You're going to attempt to hit the Wall Street Journal, best sellers. And if I don't make it by just one spot, you're going to give me a full refund. And you were like, yes. And I was like, are you sure? I was like, super, it was it almost I'll be honest with you, it almost turned me off because I was like, this is too good of a guarantee. This seems, but I've talked to some people that worked with you, and everybody's like, Nope, he'll hit it. He'll hit it, he'll hit it. And I was like, all right, did it, and sure enough, boom. And of course, you know, we did better than we expected. We hit like way high up on the list. So do you mind if I tell people where they can reach out to you, if they're interested in, you know, having this done and having a best-selling book and, you know, having you do this for them?
Yeah. No, for sure.
Dan Henry (31:40):
Yeah. I bet you'd like that, let me send you some business. So listen, guys, here's what I'm willing to do. If you are interested in working with Tyler to get your book to bestseller status so that you can reap the same rewards, I have literally become an instant authority, instant authority, and really just increase your ease of selling whatever you're selling and grow your brand. Tyler has agreed to do a deal for you. He will give you a really good deal if you are referred by me, and in order to do that, you'd want to go to getclients.com/tyler. If you go to getclients.com/tyler, you will be able to, I guess, book a call with you and speak to you about the service. And if you go through that link, he's going to give you a very special deal that you won't get anywhere else.
Dan Henry (32:37):
So if you go and you just Google his name, book a call, you're not going to get the same deal. As if you go through the link, it's getclients.com/tyler. And you'll be able to speak with him about this. And he'll give you all the information, the same information he gave me, and let you make an educated decision on if you want to move forward. So, Tyler, I know your time is valuable. Thank you so much for coming on here and sharing. And by the way, the name, we didn't mention this, but the name of your company is Authors Unite.
Dan Henry (33:07):
Authors Unite, Authors Unite, right? I just know you as Tyler, my buddy, Tyler, who blew me up on the book front. So guys, again, go to getclients.com/tyler if you'd like to speak with him about doing this for your book or your upcoming book. And I think, I think you're going to really see how valuable it can be to be a best-selling author, not just on Amazon, but Wall Street, Journal, USA Today. It's a whole different level. So Tyler, thank you so much for coming on and sharing. I really, truly appreciate it.
Of course, man. Thanks for having me.
Dan Henry (33:40):
Absolutely, man. And if you guys love episodes like this, make sure to subscribe. I'll see you in the next one.