TGIF Book Marketing Tips: Social Networks

Guest Expert: Penny C. Sansevieri “I had a fortune cookie the other day and it said: ‘Outlook not so good’. I said: ‘Sure, but Microsoft ships it anyway’.” Author Unknown These days, you can’t go into a coffee shop, bookstore, or turn on your television without hearing about social networks…

An Awesome List of Freelance Book Publicists

Yen who runs a website called “The Book Publicity Blog” has put up an excellent list of freelance book publicists. While the post is not exactly new, the information is still extremely useful. You can access the list here: http://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?key=p6VporhrtSRVwqIdyt-XeCw A special thanks to Yen for her generosity.

Book Marketing Mondays: Blogging – The BEST Post

Guest Expert: Jo-Anne Vandermeulen Compare writing the best post to an elevator pitch—amazing content with impressive presentation in concise format. Cyberspace is filled with competitive blogs. Attracting viewers and increasing traffic to your site can be challenging….but, it doesn’t have to be. You can *conquer all obstacles*…increase the traffic….plus, have…

TGIF Book Marketing Tips: 3 Key Elements to Super Charge your Blogging

Guest Expert: Teresa Morrow Blogging has become one of the must haves in any author’s marketing arsenal to gain more exposure for your book. A blog reveals great tangible benefits, such as increased search engine traffic, for an author to help increase the marketing around the subject of their book. In…

BookBuzzr Interviews Author Malcolm Campbell

BookBuzzr Interviews Author Malcolm Campbell

Malcolm R. Campbell is the author of “Garden of Heaven,” “The Sun Singer,” “Jock Stewart and the Missing Sea of Fire” and “Worst of Jock Stewart.” A contributing writer for “Living Jackson Magazine,” Campbell lives in Georgia with his wife Lesa. Campbell was graduated from Florida State University with a…

Mid-Week Book Marketing Tips: Easily Market Using Online Tutorials With ScreenCast-O-Matic

Mid-Week Book Marketing Tips: Easily Market Using Online Tutorials With ScreenCast-O-Matic

Guest Expert: Aggie Villanueva A blog and/or website are an author’s marketing base camp. Every promotion we launch sends followers there. It takes a lot of work and time to maintain them well, and constantly emerging site technologies create visitors who expect the glitz and interaction of whatever is the…

Book Marketing Mondays: How to Identify A Writer’s Target Audience

Guest Expert: C. Patrick Schulze Listen to a PODCAST of this article. In my last article for BOOKBUZZR, I brought two fundaments of book marketing to light. The first is, like any consumer product, marketing is the key to book or novel sales. The other? Lower quality writers will sell…

TGIF Book Marketing Tips: Book Authors Need a Dedicated Website for Their Books

Guest Expert: Phyllis Zimbler Miller Thanks to the online marketing opportunities made available by the Internet, authors with little or no marketing budgets can level the playing field with authors who have huge marketing budgets. Yet before authors can truly take advantage of online marketing opportunities, these authors need a…

How to Market Your Book By Sharing Your BookBuzzr Book Widget on Facebook

How to Market Your Book By Sharing Your BookBuzzr Book Widget on Facebook

The BookBuzzr Book Widget allows you to share your book sample and other information on Facebook. This is an effective method to promote your book on your Facebook profile without being overtly pushy. Your friends and fans can also share your book on their own Facebook profiles with just a…

BookBuzzr Interviews Charles Weinblatt – Author of ‘Jacob’s Courage: A Holocaust Love Story’

BookBuzzr Interviews Charles Weinblatt – Author of ‘Jacob’s Courage: A Holocaust Love Story’

Charles S. Weinblatt was born in Toledo, Ohio in 1952. He is a retired University of Toledo administrator. Weinblatt is the author of “Jacob’s Courage” and “Job Seeking Skills for Students.” His biography appears in the Marquis Who’s Who in America and Who’s Who in American Education. Weinblatt was a…

Book Marketing Mondays: Promote Your Book on Facebook With a Fan Page

Guest Expert: Dana Lynn Smith Many Facebook users are confused by the role of Profiles and Pages. On Facebook, Profiles are strictly for people. Facebook’s rules require that you register your Profile in your own name and you can have only one Profile. If you set up your Profile in…

TGIF Book Marketing Tips: Recommended Reading, Listening and Help for Writers – Part 2

From The Frugal Editor Guest Expert: Carolyn Howard-Johnson Last month in Recommended Reading, Listening and Help for Writers – Part 1 we discussed some of the people and sources for Editing, Grammar and Style, Websites, Craft and Custom Dictionaries. This week Carolyn has some more sources and people to share with…

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