Just released: Improving User Adoption

Today, I am happy to announce the release of the Kindle book today.

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Improving User Adoption: The forgotten part behind your business success

by Henrik de Gyor

Don’t have a Kindle device? That’s ok.

Just use the Kindle App on your favorite mobile device so you can buy once and read everywhere you want it.

There is even Kindle Unlimited if you are interested.

Enjoy the new book.

Research before writing a book

After writing 6 books within 2 years, I took a break from writing for a few months. This break allowed me the time to find the next gap in the market. To find the problem I wanted to help solve. To find the next topic for my book.

I continue to advise startups at the College of Charleston, George Washington University and the University of Maryland to see what is missing across many industries and sectors.

After narrowing this down to a few topics, I started researching what was already done and already offered on Amazon. There is no interest in writing a “me-too” book to me. I only write about niche topics and nothing “popular” that would be found in a Barnes and Noble (for the time they still exist).

Once I found the topic to research, I consumed about one book about it every week or two via Audible.

Then, I kept researching the topic, finding people to interview on that topic and asking them who else I should interview.

After recording over 50 interviews, I had these audio interviews edited, approved and transcribed for use in my latest book with an accompanying audio podcast series filled with stories. You can find the User Adoption podcast on your favorite podcast channel.

I kept writing the book, then edited it. Then, I had the book chapters edited and proofread.

The new book coming in September 2018 has a new podcast too.

Want to subscribe to the User Adoption Podcast?

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How do I: improve user adoption

After several months of research in what is missing in the market, how to fill that gap and what was worth doing a deep dive to find out a lot more about it, I found the topic for my next (7th) book as well as my next (6th) upcoming podcast series.  It is little talked about, vital to most businesses, ignored by some, misunderstood by more and unknown to many.

During my months of research on the topic, I found the origins of it, found people all over the world willing to share information and their experiences with it.

This is something you should be very aware of whether you work for a business which:

  • offers products or services
  • is non-tech or tech-focused
  • has between 1 to 200,000 employees
  • operates locally, nationally or internationally

Since I only write and podcast about niche topics, the next niche topic I plan to write about and release my next audio podcast series about improving user adoption.

After uncovering a lot of fascinating stories about both internal and external user adoption, I want to share these with you every week starting in September. Subscribe today to follow this weekly podcast series about user adoption at http://useradoptionpodcast.com coming soon. You can stay in the loop for the upcoming book as well.

I am giving some live presentations about how to improve user adoption for those who are interested in finding out more and I will take questions. Join me on:

Thursday, July 19, 2018
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM in Savannah, GA
TechSAV at Bull Street Labs

Wednesday, July 25, 2018
5:30 PM – 7:00 PM in Bluffton, SC
Bluffton Community Library

If you are interested in having me speak near you about user adoption, contact me directly.

Starting Low Country Non-Fiction Writers

Since moving to Bluffton, South Carolina a few months ago, I researched and visited a number of writers groups in the area, including the Island Writers’ Network (IWN) of Hilton Head Island and South Carolina Writers Association (SCWA). Attended a few their meetings and met a small number of non-fiction writers like myself.

Most writers I’ve met in the lowcountry are fiction writers. This is not uncommon especially in the land Pat Conroy made famous among other authors.

A few other [unnamed] writers groups were more interested in upselling their membership dues instead of forming a local chapter to provide support and value to writers.

So I saw a gap in the market beyond myself where other non-fiction writers were underrepresented and underserved. After speaking with another local non-fiction writer named Roy Austin, we decided to start the Low Country Non-Fiction Writers (LCNFW) to meet monthly at the Beaufort County library which also supports and promotes our meetings to their own patrons.

All experience levels welcome. You don’t have to be published yet to join. We will have some networking among writers and share resources.

Our first meeting is scheduled on Tuesday January 16, 2018 from 6 pm to 7 pm at the Bluffton Community Library in Bluffton, SC. All are welcome and the meetings are free of charge.

We will meet monthly and future meetings will be announced shortly.

Click on the library poster below for our 1-hour schedule.

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Special Thanks to the Bluffton Community Library for their support.

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Book Release: Keywording Now

Is your business thinking about using keywording services or image recognition?

Here is my latest book release about image recognition and keywording services

This is the only book on Amazon when searching  for “keywording”

Keywording Now

Order your copy today

http://keywordingnow.com

If you order a copy, please rate, review and share your experience.