Book promotion is a matter of creating relationships. That means making friends, lots of friends: customers, clients, joint venture partners, Facebook fans, Twitter followers, and more.
This site helps you make more friends, sell more books, and have a heck of a lot more fun.
If you need information on writing, publishing, and marketing your books, ebooks, or other information or entertainment products, we can help.
If you’re tired of waiting for others to sell your book, you can take action to market your books without spending a lot of money or committing a lot of time.
My job is to help the good stuff get through. – John Kremer, book marketing expert and author of 1001 Ways to Market Your Books
1001 Ways to Market Your Books
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The Secret Seven: Book One – Book One features a collection of websites that any author should create relationships with. Not all 75 websites listed in this report are right for every author, but 3 to 6 sites would be perfect for you. You can select the sites by their size of audience (as measured by Alexa) and by their relevance to your book. Only $12.
The Super Seven: Pinterest – How to Use Pinterest to Promote Your Book, Supercharge Your Website, and Build More Traffic to Your Blog or Website. Only $12.
The Super Seven: LinkedIn – How to Use LinkedIn to Promote Yourself as an Author, Find Promotional Partners, and Build Long-Lasting and Useful Relationships. Only $12.
“The best fame is a writer’s fame: It’s enough to get a table at a good restaurant, but not enough that you get interrupted when you eat.” – Fran Lebowitz
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Book Marketing 105: Choosing a Book Distribution System – This vital mini-guide includes criteria for deciding how you will distribute your books. Also includes complete information on 30 distributors, 4 library distributors, 89 book publishers who also distribute for other publishers, 3 sales representatives to the chains, 27 bookstore wholesalers, 34 library wholesalers, and 23 Spanish-language wholesalers. Plus a sample book distribution contract. Ebook download, $30.00.
Top 700 Independent Bookstores – This database features 740 stores with address, book buyer, owner, event coordinator, phone, fax, email, website, and more! Cost: $40.00. This data file features an updated list of the largest indie bookstores that work with authors and buy books from indie publishers. The report comes as a data file download (your choice of Microsoft Access, Excel, or rich text format). The data files do require that you know how to use a database or word-processing program.