3 Lessons From Recording And Publishing My First Audiobook (Effortless Republishing)

It is very easy to make one

Simply use Audacity, free audio software to record your voice using a good microphone (I use the standard Yeti Stereo Blue). Hit record and start reading your manuscript. If you make a mistake, you can delete the last seconds and continue.

Recording your book is an excellent way to proof-read

During the recording session, I noticed many mistakes that were previously unseen. Going forward, I will record the audio version before releasing e-books as a good proofread. My next e-book (The Barbell System) will therefore be released together with its audio version.

Distribution is confusing — The easiest solution is the best

I admit that I haven’t distributed further to other audiobook platforms (yet) although they will be up soon.

In this audiobook, you will learn

  • Why you should be on multiple platforms to gain unlimited upside
  • A new mindset of focusing on a few platforms while copy-pasting to the rest
  • How to use Typeshare to effortlessly publish to Twitter, Medium, and Linkedin while reusing the material to Quora and Facebook
  • Why and how you can use Revue as your ultimate newsletter
  • How to repurpose your own articles to TikTok and Instagram.
  • How to effortlessly maintain your Youtube channel and podcast, using Zoom to record and Anchor as the main distributor
  • How to overcome your fear of recording with simple and practical steps

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I help you become your best self and enjoy life every second with Total Living | Wrote 3 books in 2 months | 24 y/o http://thetotalliving.com

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I help you become your best self and enjoy life every second with Total Living | Wrote 3 books in 2 months | 24 y/o http://thetotalliving.com

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