Internet Entrepreneur Becomes Bestselling Author

Internet Entrepreneur Becomes Bestselling Author

United Kingdom

Although Paula Wynne’s debut book, Create A Successful Website, has only just been released, it became a No 1 Amazon’s bestseller within 12 hours of her book launch. Paula wrote the practical guide about creating a successful website from a beginner’s point of view – the kind of book she couldn’t find when she created her business websites.


She gathered a list of high profile experts so readers can learn by their mistakes and have woven their comments, advice and suggestions throughout the content. This has become the book's Wow Factor. At the launch successful entrepreneur, Karen Darby, who sold her business SimplySwitch to the Daily Mail for many millions, gave the book top marks. She applauded Paula for the book’s warm, helpful, and engaging style.

Karen said: “The book dispels the myths that creating a successful website can be a daunting and expensive task for a novice.” Fiona Wright from Woman and Home joined a question panel and reported that she had read the book in one sitting. She said: “Paula’s been through the process the hard way, researching and creating her own websites. Her book feels like you’ve got a friendly, clever, web-savvy mate just chatting you through the techie, hard bits of setting up a website.

C4’s Secret Millionaire, Caroline Marsh, answered audience questions and said new start ups and web owners will benefit from the clear, easy-to-follow instructions. She felt that the book’s presentation of visual images and step by step guides was unique and quirky, it ‘packed punch’ and added value to an already ‘immensely useful book’. Caroline said: “There is something in it for everyone. It’s not just for start ups, anyone can learn from the book - from a simple hobby site, to a student profile and new internet business. She told the audience that she had given the book to her techie and asked why her site didn’t have some of the items Paula covers in the book. Paula’s inspiring tale, her warm enthusiasm and her ‘breath of fresh air’ has resulted in invitations to speak at events and conferences as well as teaching workshops.


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