Book Marketing

Book Marketing Mondays: Authors & Marketers: The 5 Most Asked Questions Answered

Guest Expert: Jo-Anne Vandermeulen Throughout the year, I have had many opportunities to submit and host interviews. Some have been author focused…others have been market focused…and yet, my favorite is a blend. Perhaps it’s time not to consider both as separate. Wouldn’t your life be a lot easier if you…

TGIF Book Marketing Tips: How to Become a Powerhouse Blogger in just 15 Minutes!

Guest Expert: Penny C. Sansevieri We hear it all the time: “Do you have a blog?” and maybe you do, or maybe you’ve thought of it and haven’t been ready to take the plunge. The biggest complaint I hear is that it takes too much time and authors don’t know…

How to Avoid Becoming a Book Marketing Dinosaur

How to Avoid Becoming a Book Marketing Dinosaur

The technology landscape and associated opportunities for marketing your book is changing at an unprecedented pace. Online games, mobile marketing, Facebook, Twitter, the Kindle, the iPhone, the iPad and the Android are pushing the boundaries of what is possible when it comes to promoting and marketing your book. As an…

Mid-Week Book Marketing Tips: 4 Steps to Success with Local Independent Bookstore Signings

Guest Expert: Teresa Morrow Getting the word out about your book takes top priority for most authors. You want to spread the word about your book and doing book signings in your local community can build great buzz for your book. The reading enthusiast in your local community searches for any…

Book Marketing Mondays: Recognize Your Clients/Readers To Show Appreciation

Guest Expert: Tony Eldridge Marketing, especially book marketing, takes place on two fronts. First, the front that helps us find new readers. Second, the front that helps us keep the readers we already have. Why is it important to keep our current readers? Because they help us spread the word about…

TGIF Book Marketing Tips: Everything You Do Online Reflects on Your Book

Everything You Do Online Reflects on Your Book: Make Sure That Reflection Is Professional Guest Expert: Phyllis Zimbler Miller This month’s guest post is a natural extension of last month’s guest post “Do Your Offline and Online Book Promotion Activities Support Each Other?” In that post I talked about how…

Book Marketing Mondays: Top Ten Ways Authors Can Use Twitter

Guest Expert: Dana Lynn Smith Twitter is a great tool for building an author platform and promoting books. Here are some of the top ways authors can benefit from Twittering: 1. Help others by sharing information, while you gain a reputation as an expert. Nonfiction authors can post links to…

Book Marketing Mondays: EBooks Set Record Sales – Indie Authors Gain Power

Guest Expert: Jo-Anne Vandermeulen THE EBOOK MARKET IS EXPLODING! Even with less than 3 months left, the first 9 months into 2010 shows eBooks TRIPLING wholesale revenues. EBooks set record sales: “eBooks reached an all time record in the book industries at 9% of ALL wholesale book revenues, jumping drastically…

TGIF Book Marketing Tips: Writers Get Connected To Build a Solid Author Platform

Guest Expert: Teresa Morrow You love to write. Of course you do, you are a writer. Searching for just the right word and crafting how the words will form to produce the correct sentence to create your story for your book feeds your soul. But in our highly technological world today,…

Book Marketing Mondays: Important Communication Lessons Learned From The 2010 Midterm Elections

Guest Expert: Tony Eldridge Tomorrow is the mid-term election in the United States. Regardless who your favorite candidate is, there are some great communication lessons authors you can learn by observing what is happening. Some lessons may be worthy to emulate while others may be best to steer clear from. While…

Mid-Week Book Marketing Tips: Kindling Fires up Writers

Mid-Week Book Marketing Tips: Kindling Fires up Writers

Guest Author: Ruth Francisco I want to share my experiences with Kindle, and to let everyone know that epublishing is a viable option to waiting around for a traditional publisher. Not only have unknown writers been “discovered” on Kindle and offered traditional DTB (dead tree book) contracts, but established writers…

TGIF Book Marketing Tips: Do Your Offline and Online Book Promotion Activities Support Each Other?

Guest Expert: Phyllis Zimbler Miller Have you ever read a tweet on Twitter about an upcoming book signing in a specific city the next day and clicked through to the book author website to learn more? But once on the website you can’t find any mention of the time and…

How to tell your friends about your book being available on BookBuzzr?

How to tell your friends about your book being available on BookBuzzr?

You can now invite your friends to offer your book for a free preview on fReado and get a feedback about your book. They can read it and share the same with their friends as well. If you are a new or existing author on BookBuzzr, this instruction guide should…

Mid-Week Book Marketing Tips: So You’ve Written a Book. Now What? Part 2

Guest Expert: Jim Magwood So You’ve Written a Book. Now What? Part 1 Okay, we’re on our way to making this manuscript you’re writing the very best book you possibly can. Make that little phrase your mantra as you go along. Publishers literally have hundreds of manuscripts cross their desks…

Book Marketing Mondays: 10 Ways to Promote Your Book in Your Own Backyard

Guest Expert: Dana Lynn Smith Online marketing is a terrific way to promote your book to a worldwide audience, but sometimes authors overlook book marketing opportunities in their own backyard. In your local area and region, you have the opportunity to stand out as a bigger fish in a smaller…

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