Jeremy Jones

Jaime Jay welcomes Jeremy Jones to today’s podcast. Jeremy is an expert in online publishing and marketing. If you’re in for effective strategies to get more clients, listen to Jeremy Jones Online Publishing and Marketing Success!

From Navy to Marketing

Jeremy Jones Expert Credibility from ScratchDue to financial constraints, however, Jeremy’s best option was to enter the navy. He worked for 4 years as electrician on an aircraft carrier.

He had long since wanted to start his own business. After his work at the navy, he went to college, got a degree, and started working on designs. He eventually became fascinated with marketing, where he learned how to get his own clients.

Adding Value in Advance

Jeremy did freelance work while working for a company. Not long after his wife was dismissed from her job, they started his own company.

I just have this burning desire to work for myself completely and have the freedom.” —Jeremy Jones

Similar to what Jamie Jay, Jeremy created a podcast. He learned a lot of lessons when he started his business. The first thing he learned was to add value in advance.

Amazon Bestseller in 2016

Jeremy Jones Expert Credibility from ScratchFrom podcast, Jeremy eventually went into publishing. This 2016, his company helped produce the #1 bestseller on Amazon. 

It’s something that you need to put in a lot of effort and energy and time into but it’s absolutely worth it.” —Jeremy Jones

They helped out from start to finish until it got the top spot on Amazon. The author got 50,000 dollars consulting in arrangement due to the credibility he got from his book.

Hear the rest of the story of Jeremy Jones to get valuable insights on online publishing and marketing. Connect with him at Remember to let Jeremy know you heard about him on Stop Riding the Pine!

Ask Jeremy Jones
The Book District community (Get a copy of Jeremy’s book)
The Book District Podcast
Your Book Blueprint

Here are the highlights of my conversation with Jeremy Jones if you are in a hurry:

  • Who is Jeremy Jones? ([4:10])
  • Accomplishments in 2016? ([6:55])
  • Why write a book? ([7:38])
  • Tips in writing a book? ([10:50])
  • Adding relationship value? ([16:49])
  • Recommendations? ([23:36])
  • Jeremy’s Breakaway Moment? ([25:58])
  • Jeremy’s piece of advice? ([30:18])

Three things to think about when writing a book:

  1. What is the purpose for writing the book?  Money, Clients, Credibility
  2. What is the ultimate outcome for the reader?
  3. What action do you want the reader to take after they finish reading your book?

Recommended Reading: Book Yourself Solid by Michael Port

Special Mentions:
(iTunes Shout Out) Overwhelmed Brain

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