A Controller is responsible for financial processes and systems, more like a Head Accountant, and is not usually at the strategic table. An Account Representative does not always do sales though and might instead be the second in line after the sale has been made. An Accounting Clerk or Accounting Assistant does not usually have any certification and instead is more administrative and in charge of one phase of the process, like Accounts Payable AP. Office Admistrator Administrative Assistant An Office Manager usually is in charge of the physical office space and the functions around it, like ordering supplies.
Write To Your Market, Inc. We got a call from a doctor in Los Angeles who found this post and called us for emergency help with her subtitle. She and her agent had been working on her title and subtitle for months, but then realized they had left out significant key words.
The challenge was how to include them without making the subtitle too long. She found this post on our original blog by searching "book subtitle tips," and we're glad she did.
We did an on-the-spot consultation that resulted in a subtitle she is now taking to publishers as part of her book proposal. We all agree that a great title is important for any book and willingly give it the attention it deserves.
For many, however, the subtitle is often an afterthought, something quickly thrown together before moving onto back cover marketing copy and book cover design. Please don't do this to your book.
Your subtitle is not just some front-cover formatting slot to fill. It is a critical piece of marketing real estate for creating your brand and selling your book. Amy Tiemann when she came to us for help with her subtitle and back cover copy. She had already successfully published her first book using this same process with us.
What we developed for her this time is an example of how a longer title--or a title with longer words--often benefits from a short subtitle. This subtitle also has a tagline, sing-song quality that both clarifies the title and is highly memorable at the same time.
In other words, it is an example of an ideal subtitle that along with the title creates a complete and compelling message. See more examples and subtitle tips below. First, the Role of Your Subtitle There are many important things your subtitle can do for your book: Long or Short--Is There a Rule?
We get asked this a lot: There are no hard and fast rules. Say what you need to say. Simply do it in as few words as possible to keep your ideas crisp, authoritative, and memorable.
An example of a long subtitle is Rich Like Them: That's a lot of words, and some long ones, but they work hard together to say what this book is about in a personal, refreshing way. Part of Tim Ferriss's successful book series brand, The 4-Hour Work Week, has a subtitle that contains a generous nine words and consists of three different elements.
But, every word serves a specific purpose and also includes elements that help establish Ferriss's 4-Hour Work Week brand. Your subtitle can do the same for your book or book series. This brings up a related point: If you are planning--or even considering the possibility--that your book will become a series, bring this to the title and subtitle discussion as well.
You can build elements into the first subtitle that help you establish that series brand should you choose to add more books later.
Additional books can address specific parts of your message or apply your expertise to related topics and therefore help you reach out to new markets. Depending on your book, your message, and your target audience, a range of subtitle lengths will serve your book well.
The following book subtitle tips will help you think about your subtitle as a way to attract readers, potential clients, your industry, and the media to what you have to offer, without tangling them up in excess words or jargon. Again, these are general tips.The Title Page of Your Business Plan.
The title page of your business plan is the first page a banker or investor sees. As a result, it should be structured neatly and appeal to your intended audience. The title page generally includes the following items; Name of your business or proposed name of your business.
Logo of the business (if any).
Thinking of starting your own business? These are some of the best small businesses opportunities for based on current trends. Feb 28, · A business plan is crucial to get support for your vision because it shows that you have thought through an idea clearly and aren’t just winging it.
For example, I once wrote an entire business. Movie Theater Business Plan The Falls River Theatre will provide the residents of Falls River with a long-awaited, hometown movie theatre. The films shown will be second run releases of the most popular movies in two target markets: families and young adults.
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