Howdy everyone -
On my off hours away from UserScape, I’ve been writing my 2nd eBook - Servers for Hackers.
My first eBook was about Laravel and involved a lot of tweeting and just the Leanpub landing page.
This time I have a newsletter with 6000+ subscribers and a nicer landing page lined up, so I’m hoping to bring more success to this book
I’ve found that the positive effects of putting in the effort to gain followers based on good content has been tremendous!
I want to do a two-tiered pricing scheme (book + case studies). I was wondering if any of you authors have found that to be a useful tactic?
Hopefully this all leads to bigger and better content-based products as well, we’ll see.
As Bootstrappers and (I’m sure) occasional accidental Sysadmins, I think this book will be really useful for some of you - I was wondering if there were any topics you want/need to learn more about in regards to system administration – hosting your applications, best practices, etc.
Is there anything that often makes you feel like your pounding your head against a wall? Anything you waste hours Googling about over and over again?