007 Adam Houge: How to Tap into Your Fan Base

Passion, communication, and connection are the key to everything when it comes to writing your book and connecting with your fan base. Building relationships and finding your passion are two of the secrets that Adam shares in this episode. Listen in and find out how Adam became an international best-selling author after nearly dying… and what he’s learned along the way that will help you and your book! 

In this episode, Christine and Adam discuss:

  • How you don’t need to be a writer to be an author
  • Why passion is the key to growing your fan base
  • The importance of connection to create momentum for your book.  
  • How to choose the right platform to build your fan base. 
  • And more!

“The more passion you have for your topic, the more powerfully you’ll communicate your message.” —  Adam Houge

About Adam Hogue: Adam Houge is a #1 Internationally, Wall Street Journal, & USA Today bestselling author with nearly 3 million books in distribution. For the past 3 years he has taught more than 30,000 authors how to scale their writing careers and been involved in more than 26 people hitting the USA Today best-seller list.

Connect with Adam Hogue:
Website: TheFanBaseFormula.com
Book: Internet Marketing Secrets
Free Resource: TheFanBaseFormula.com

Connect with Christine Kloser: 
Free Book: The Transformation Quadrant
Award-Winning Program:   Get Your Book Done
Website: ChristineKloser.com
Facebook: Christine Kloser
Publishing: CapuciaPublishing.com
Email: support@christinekloser.com 


About the Author

Christine Kloser

Christine’s book writing programs have served more than 90,000 people in 127 countries.  She’s also published 650+ transformational authors and has been on the Top 100 Amazon, USA Today and Wall Street Journal best-seller lists herself. She is the Founder and CEO of Get Your Book Done and Capucia Publishing.

Interested in working with Christine and her team to get your book written and published, schedule a call with one of our Author Success Coaches to see if we're a good fit to work together.


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