Past Successes

Who’s Already Made Their Book Work For Their Business?

Here are many of the 82 consecutive books that have reached the best-seller lists.

Each best seller averages four (4) major national best-seller lists.

You might be wondering how every client has made at least one of the lists. Well, that’s easy: we only take on clients (for best-seller campaigns) who are able to swing the hammer and make it work.

What does that mean?

Simple, these clients had a large group of folks who were already following their work before they came to us. Helping them coordinate getting the word out about the book and letting their existing audience know about their book is our job. It’s as straightforward as planning a campaign to reach out to all the followers at once.

Here’s a list of many of the folks we’ve helped so far.

  • Tom Connellan, Inside the Magic Kingdom: 7 Keys to Disney’s Success (Bard Press, 1997 — reached The Wall Street Journal Business best-seller list in 2000)
  • Roy H. Williams, Secret Formulas of the Wizard of Ads (Bard Press, 1999 — #1 on The Wall Street Journal Business Bestseller list, September 16, 2000, and The New York Times Business best-seller list, October 2000). This book won Business Book of the Year from ForeWord magazine.
  • Tobin Smith, ChangeWave Investing: Picking the Next Monster Stocks of the New Economy (Bard Press, 2000 — won the “triple crown,” hitting all 3 major national Business Bestseller lists simultaneously: The New York Times, USA Today, and The Wall Street Journal.)
  • Herb Kay, How to Get Filthy Stinking Rich and Still Have Time for Great Sex: An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Wealth and Happiness (Bard Press, 2000 — hit The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal Business best-seller lists.)
  • Ivan R. Misner and Don Morgan, Masters of Networking: Building Relationships for Your Pocketbook and Soul (Bard Press, 2000 — hit The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal Business best-seller lists). Won the PMA Benjamin Franklin Award for Excellence and Innovation in Marketing with this book and broke the Guinness World Record for most book signings in more than one city on the same day — 56.
  • Jon Spoelstra, Marketing Outrageously (Bard Press, 2001 — hit The Wall Street Journal Business best-seller list)
  • Roy H. Williams, Magical Worlds of the Wizard of Ads (Bard Press, 2001 — hit The Wall Street Journal Business best-seller list)
  • Dennis A. Romig, Side-by-Side Leadership (Bard Press, 2001 — hit The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal Business best-seller lists)
  • Anthony Parinello, Secrets of VITO: Think and Sell Like a CEO (Entrepreneur Press, 2002 — hit The Wall Street Journal Business best-seller list)
  • Tom Connellan, Bringing Out the Best in Others (Bard Press, 2003 — hit The New York Times best-seller list)
  • John Assaraf, The Street Kid’s Guide to Having It All (Longstreet Press, 2003 — hit The Wall Street Journal Business best-seller list and The New York Times Advice/How To best-seller list)
  • Jordan Rubin, The Makers Diet (Silaom, 2004 — spent 16 weeks on The New York Times best-seller list and hit the USA Today best-sellers list)
  • Ivan Misner, Masters of Success (Entrepreneur Press, 2004 — hit number 1 on The Wall Street Journal Business best-seller list)
  • Bryan Eisenberg & Jeffrey Eisenberg, Call To Action: Secret Formulas to Improve Online Results (Wizard Academy Press, 2005 — hit The New York Times Advice/How To list and USA Today best-seller list, the USA Today Money list at #4, and The Wall Street Journal Non-fiction #11, and Business best-seller list at #4)
  • T. Harv Eker, Secrets of the Millionaire Mind: Mastering the Inner Game of Wealth (HarperBusiness, 2005 — The New York Times #1 Business Bestseller, USA Today Money Best-seller, The Wall Street Journal #1 Business Bestseller, The New York Times Advice/How To list, the USA Today Top 50 Bestseller list, The Wall Street Journal Non-fiction and Business Week best-seller list.)
  • Dr. Ben Lerner, One Minute Wellness: The Natural Health & Happiness System that Never Fails (Thomas Nelson, 2005 — hit The New York Times Advice/How To list, the USA Today Top 50 Bestseller, and The Wall Street Journal Non-fiction)
  • Steven M. Kaplan, Bag the Elephant: How to Win and Keep Big Customers (Bard Press, 2005 — hit The New York Times Advice/How To list, The New York Times Business list, the USA Today Top 150 Bestseller list, the USA Today Money list, The Wall Street Journal Non-fiction and The Wall Street Journal Business list, Business Week best-sellers list)
  • Joel Greenblatt, The Little Book that Beats the Market (Wiley, 2005 — hit The New York Times Advice/How To list, The New York Times Business list, the USA Today Top 150 Bestseller list, the USA Today Money list, The Wall Street Journal Non-fiction and The Wall Street Journal Business list, Business Week best-seller list.)
  • Herb Greenberg and Patrick Sweeney, Succeed on Your Own Terms (McGraw Hill, 2006 — hit The New York Times Advice/How To list, The New York Times Business list, the USA Today Top 150 Bestseller list, the USA Today Money list, The Wall Street Journal Non-fiction and #1 on The Wall Street Journal Business list.)
  • Bryan Eisenberg & Jeffrey Eisenberg, Waiting for Your Cat to Bark (Thomas Nelson, 2006 — hit The New York Times Business list, USA Today top 150 Bestseller list #54, the USA Today Money list at #4, and The Wall Street Journal Non-fiction #10 and Business list at #2.)
  • Loral Lengemeier, The Millionaire Maker’s Guide to Wealth Cycle Investing (McGraw-Hill, 2006 — hit The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today best-seller lists two weeks in a row)
  • Brenda Watson, Fiber 35 (2007 — hit The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, New York Times best-seller lists)
  • Marshall GoldsmithWhat Got You Here Won’t Get You There (2007 — reached The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and The New York Times best-seller lists)
  • Tim Koegel, The Exceptional Presenter (2007 — hit The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and The New York Times best-seller lists)
  • Greg Crawford, The Last Link (2007 — hit The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The New York Times best-seller lists)
  • Vince Poscente, Age of Speed (Bard Press, 2008 — hit The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Business Week, and The New York Times bestseller lists)
  • Garrett Gunderson, Killing Sacred Cows (Greenleaf Book Group, 2008 —reached The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and The New York Times best-seller lists)
  • Gary Harpst, Six Disciplines (Greenleaf Book Group, 2008 — hit The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, New York Times best-seller lists)
  • Randall Street, Who (2008 — reached The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, New York Times best-seller lists)
  • Robert SheminWhy’s that Idiot Rich and I’m Not? (2008 — hit The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, New York Times best-seller lists)
  • Bill Glazer, Outrageous Advertising (Morgan James, 2009 — reached #1 USA Today, Business Week best-seller)
  • Cathy Greenberg, What Happy Working Mothers Know (2009 — reached #1 Wall Street Journal, USA Today, New York Times best-seller)
  • George Cloutier, Profits Aren’t Everything (2009 — hit The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, New York Times best-seller lists)
  • Lisa NicholsNo Matter What (Wellness Central, 2009 — hit The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, New York Times best-seller lists)
  • Landmark Education, 3 Laws of Performance (Wiley, 2009 — hit The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Business Week lists)
  • Shep Hyken, Cult of the Customer ( 2009 — reached The Wall Street Journal, USA Today)
  • Tamera Lowe, Get Motivated (2009 — hit The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, New York Times best-seller lists)
  • TJ WalkerPresentation Styles (Greenleaf, 2009 — reached The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Business Week lists)
  • Loral Langemeier, Put More Cash in Your Pocket (2009 — reached #1 USA Today, Business Week)
  • Life Style Center, Full Plate Diet (2010 — reached The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, New York Times best-seller lists)
  • Keller WilliamsShift (2010 — reached The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, New York Times best-seller lists)
  • Dave Ulrich & Wendy Ulrich, The Why of Work (2010 — reached The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, New York Times best-seller lists)
  • Jeffrey Towson, What Would Ben Graham Do Now (2011 — reached USA Today, Inc. Magazine best-seller lists)
  • Rich Christiansen, ZigZag Principle (2011— reached USA Today, Inc. Magazine best-seller lists)
  • Dr. Myron Wentz & Dave Wentz, The Healthy Home (2011 — reached USA Today, Wall Street Journal, New York Times best-seller lists)
  • Peter Diamandis, Abundance (2012 — reached NY Times best-seller list)
  • Michael J. Saylor, The Mobile Wave (2012 — reached NY Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post best-seller lists)
  • Daven Michaels, Outsource Smart (2013 — reached NY Times, LA Times best-seller lists)
  • Sara Gottfried, MD, The Hormone Cure (2013 — reached NY Times and USA Today best-seller lists)

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