Book Marketing Tip of the Week: 22 February 2013

John Kremer’s Book Marketing Tip of the Week

February 22, 2013 – Washington’s Birthday

In this issue . . .
– John Kremer’s Relationships Matter Marketing Program
– Book Promotion and Internet Marketing Blog Posts
– Internet Marketing Infographics
– Are You Making Enough As An Author?

John Kremer’s Relationships Matter Marketing Program

Only if you sign up in the next two weeks will you be able to join in live on the Q&A teleseminars that are part of this marketing course.

You can be a real part of this program – and learn how to build real relationships for your book – not someone else’s book – but you have to sign up now if you want that level of personalization.

Relationships Matter Marketing Program

If you sign up now, as a bonus, I’ll show you exactly how I got 50,000 visitors to my website in less than a month using the viral power of Pinterest as the driving force.


I joined your Relationships Matter Marketing Program. It is content rich. Simply inspired by one of your suggestions, I made use of my AARP membership and spent the afternoon populating my community page on the personal profile page of 34 million members. And I still have to populate the new blog privilege that I was gifted there. — Mandy Lender, author of The Master Attractor: Law of Attraction in the Holy Bible & Beyond

Book Promotion and Internet Marketing Blog Posts

Here are 13 blog posts that should help you sell more books:

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The Essence of Book Marketing: Making Real Friends –

Pinterest Highlights: How Pinterest Users Interact on Pinterest –

Jay Abraham Interviews Brian Tracy –

Stephen King on Rewriting –

Testimonial: Relationships Matter Marketing Program –

Cool Cats Read Books and eBooks – #cats #ebooks #books

32 Great Reasons to Read a Good Book –

Knowledge is knowing a tomato is a fruit. Wisdom is not putting a tomato in a fruit salad. – and other daffynitions –

Your email newsletter becomes the conduit to the people you love (and the people who love you). That’s why you should have an email newsletter. Relationships Matter. http://www.bookmarketing

During a consultation today, I came up with this question: Where do you want your book to take you? That’s the most important question you can ask. And it should be the first question you ask when you start planning how you will market your book. Be sure you know the answer.

Brian Tracy: The Power of Asking –

Reading Bookmark: Books Give You a Better Perspective –

Writers on Writing: Stephen King, Ernest Hemingway, and Mark Twain –

Internet Marketing Infographics

Here are 16 blog posts that can help you sell more books and be more effective with social media and marketing via the Internet, among other things . . .

How to Create an Effective LinkedIn Company Page –

Motivational Bookmark: Start Each Day with a Grateful Heart –

Valentine’s Reminder: Do Small Things with Great Love –

Motivational Bookmark: Always Laugh When You Can –

Pinterest Infographic: How Users Interact on Pinterest –

Motivational Bookmark: With Hard Work, There Are No Limits –

Mark Frauenfelder: How to Build a Compelling Blog –

Motivational Bookmark: How to Live Your Dreams –

9 Eye-Opening Statistics About Spam –

625 Do-It-Yourself Craft Ideas –

Content Marketing vs. Traditional Advertising –

Happy Birthday YouTube: From Zero to 4 Billion Videos a Day –

Mike Dulberger: The True State of the Union –

Quotable Books

Books are uniquely portable magic. — Stephen King

About John Kremer

John Kremer is author of 1001 Ways to Market Your Books, the Relationships Matter Marketing program, and many other books and reports on book marketing, Internet marketing, social media, and book publicity. — .

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