New Publishing Book Achieves #1 Amazon International Bestseller Status on Launch Day.

Ignite Press announced this week that Everett O’Keefe’s new book, “The Power of the Published: How Rapidly Authoring a Book Can Ignite Your Business and Your Life,” became a #1 international bestseller in several Amazon categories.

June 19, 2019 / / —

“The Power of the Published: How Rapidly Authoring a Book Can Ignite Your Business and Your Life” by Everett O’Keefe hit’s bestseller list on June 12, 2019, climbing all the way to Number One in Marketing & Advertising, Marketing & Communications, Entrepreneurship & Small Business, Public Relations, Advertising, Authorship, and other categories.

The book is available on Amazon at

The Power of the Published explores the concept of how authoring your own book can catapult your success in business and in life. With the help of Everett’s expertise, the book navigates you through the challenges of authorship and self-publishing, as well as the benefits of being a bestselling author.

In The Power of the Published, you will discover the unique and wondrous powers of a book and how to put these powers to work for you!  You will learn how a book can:

Give you authority and expert status
Quickly convert prospects to clients
Equip you for speaking and media opportunities
Give you access to clientele you might not otherwise reach
Attract the right clients…and repel the wrong ones
Train your clients to be better clients
And much more!

“The power of the published goes far beyond a feeling of accomplishment at having attained a status that few ever will,” says Everett. “It is also about putting the power of a book to work in your business or organization…”

To celebrate the launch of the book, the Kindle version of the book will be on sale for 99 cents for a limited time.

Everett O’Keefe is an International #1 Bestselling Author, having authored five Amazon #1 bestselling books. He has also helped create and launch more than 45 bestselling books for his clients. Everett speaks across the nation on the power of publishing. He is the founder of Ignite Press, a hybrid publishing company that specializes in helping entrepreneurs, as well as business and medical professionals, ignite their businesses by becoming bestselling authors.

Everett is the winner of multiple awards, including the Publish and Profit Award for Excellence in Publishing, the Make Market & Launch It Award for Product Creation, and the Top Gun Consulting Award, among others. He is the co-founder of the Business Accelerator Group, a high-level mastermind group composed of international marketers and publishers. He also helped found the Mastermind Retreat and continues to host international mastermind events.

Everett is sought out as a speaker, coach, and consultant by authors and marketing experts worldwide. With a passion for entrepreneurialism, Everett helps his clients become recognized experts in their fields through speaking and authorship while allowing his clients to focus on their own areas of giftedness.    

Visit Amazon at to purchase the book and to learn more!

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