Last week, The Book Shelf fixed the last typos we found in the proof copies of my book Entreprenerd, and we also finalized the eBook version. I decided to do a soft release over the weekend. It usually takes some time for the different sales channels to publish the books, so I used a strict order.
I decided not to release my book Entreprenerd before I received proof copies of the hardcover and the paperback version. I'm still waiting for the hardcover, but I received a "Not for Resale" copy of the softcover today.
Something changed, and I don't know exactly what. I know that it was unusual for a newly created website to have about 400 visitors on weekdays. I considered it a success, but I couldn't explain why the website had so many visitors from the start.
On Tuesday April 6 however, the number of visitors dropped with about 300 visitors a day.
I am self-publishing a book about my career as a developer, technical founder, and entrepreneur: Entreprenerd, Building a Multi-Million-Dollar Business with Open Source Software. It's not the first book I'm publishing, but it's the first time that I invested in a copy editor, proofreaders, a typesetter, a photographer, and a cover designer. I want Entreprenerd to be the best book I can produce.
Ik heb als innovator en als technische mens in hart en nieren zelden zoveel plaatsvervangende schaamte voor de IT-sector gevoeld als na het lezen van het artikel Zwangere Guy hapert in virtuele AB (De Tijd, 14 april).
I've been very busy creating and fine-tuning the Entreprenerd website and I'm quite happy with the first results. For two weeks now, the site succeeds in attracting about 400 visitors a day (on weekdays).