Jan 22, 2021
According to a 2020 study by Hinge Marketing, writing a book is the most powerful way to increase your personal branding. It has a greater impact than speaking, podcasting, blogging, or social media. The challenge for most would-be authors is a perceived gap in credibility and expertise to write a book. And even if they had the credibility, the time commitment is another major hurdle. But Max Keller works with real estate entrepreneurs to help overcome these two challenges to launch books as a marketing tool.
Max is a real estate investor, bestselling author, and highly sought after consultant, speaker, and expert panelist on the topic of lead generation and marketing for real estate investors. In just a few short years Max went from being a full-time high school Math Teacher to flipping over 100 houses. Max’s unique marketing approach landed him onstage with Robert Kiyosaki being presented with the 2019 Industry Innovator of the Year Award.
Max helps ordinary investors to transform into trusted experts in the eyes of motivated sellers and private lenders. He shares why you do not need to have a long track record or excellent writing skills to write a book. He also shares why he prefers writing a book over starting a blog. Whether you want to build your personal brand to improve your visibility, drive more sales, or raise more money, learn more about how writing a book can elevate your success.
Key Insights on Writing A Book as a Personal Branding Tool
My problem wasn’t my list, it was my messaging that I needed to change.
I started giving out my book as my business card, and it was a great marketing tool.
It’s easier to write a book first because you have all the content you need for the rest of your career.
It’s not about being an expert, it’s about being an educator and helping people.
Create your authority and your credibility so that it proceeds your pitch.
I wanted to cast a wide net to go big, but when I went hyper-local and niche, it was more profitable.
Most Recommended Book:
Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World (Cal Newport)
Wish I Knew When I Was Starting Out:
I wish I knew I was dyslexic sooner, so I could have read more at an earlier age.
Review the day: Review what to keep, what to change, and what to delete.
Digital Marketing (omnipresence)
Best Place to Grab a Bite in Dallas Ft. Worth
Any barbeque place in Dallas