Book Marketing Tip of the Week: 5 October 2012

John Kremer’s Book Marketing Tip of the Week

October 5, 2012 – Bloody Mary Birthday, Make It a Woman’s Day, Love Me Do Day, National Techies Day, World Habitat Day, World Herbal Health Day, The Hillbilly Heist Anniversary, Reduce Day


In this issue . . .
– John Kremer’s Secret Seven and Super Seven Series
– Infographic a Day website
– Magazine Editor Updates
– Book Promotion Tweets, Posts, and Pins

John Kremer’s Secret Seven and Super Seven Series
The Secret Seven series features high-traffic websites that most book authors ignore (or more likely don’t even know about!). And that’s a shame, because these high-traffic, high-involvement sites offer incredible exposure, great traffic, and the kind of real-life link-backs that Google loves).

If you connect with these Secret Seven websites, you will sell more books right away – and for a long time to come.

John Kremer's The Secret Seven

This week I’m releasing Book One in the series. You can download the report in just a few minutes. Check it out:

The Secret Seven: Book One – Book One of The Secret Seven actually 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.

Order Book One Here:


The Super Seven series features the top seven social networks that every author should join, create an interesting profile for, and then act on at least several times a week.

In the next week, I’m release the first two in this series:

The Super Seven: Pinterest – How to Use Pinterest to Promote Your Book, Supercharge Your Website, and Build More Traffic to Your Blog or Website – $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 – $12

The above two Super Seven reports will be available next week for $12 each, but if you pre-order them right now, you can get both for only $15 total. The price for both reports will go up on the day the reports are published, but you can get them now at a hefty discount!

Order Both Reports Now:

Infographic a Day website
Here are some great infographics from my new website: Infographic a Day:

Infographics are graphically organized information about some topic presented in a nutshell graphic – Easy to absorb, quick to read, handy to print out for reminders.

9 Ways to Spark More Engagement With Your Facebook Posts –

10 Commandments of Using Pinterest for Business –

Social Media Infographic: Why Use Pinterest? –

Infographic: 12 Tools for Pinterest Marketing –

Infographic: Facebook EdgeRank Marketing – You need to know how Facebook edgerank works if you want to show up in front of your fans, get more likes, get more shares, and get more interaction. –

Infographic: 60 Ways To Make Life Simple Again –

How to Create a Compelling Landing Page for Your Website –

Infographic: The Top 10 Things You Can Do to Sell More Books –

For more infographics on Internet marketing, check out this page:

Magazine Editor Updates
Here are a few magazine updates I’ve made in the past few weeks:

National Examiner is a weekly gossip tabloid featuring news and gossip on celebrities, health, diets, food, daytime TV, pets, and novels. Unlike its sister tabloids, National Enquirer and Globe, it targets an older audience –

Popular Mechanics is a monthly magazine about science, technology, automobiles, aerospace, outdoors, gadgets, and DIY home how-to –

Parenting is a monthly parenting magazine with features on fertility, pregnancy, parenting (baby, toddler, and child), food, health, and more –

Cosmopolitan is a monthly magazine for young women. Subjects: beauty, fashion, self-help, relationships, sex, health, food, and more. No book reviews, but author interviews and book excerpts –

Woman’s World is a weekly women’s tabloid magazine that covers entertainment, health, food, parenting, home, self-help, relationships, and more. –

Book Promotion Tweets, Posts, and Pins
Here are a few tweets, Facebook posts, and Pinterest pins that might help you market your books:

5 Ways to Improve Your Facebook News Feed Exposure –

The Quotable Albert Einstein: On Understanding –

If you can influence the outcome, do the work. If you can’t influence the outcome, ignore the possibility. It’s merely a distraction. – Seth Godin

5 Easy Steps To Make Your Job Descriptions Go Viral (some of these strategies should work for books and authors as well) –

The Difference Between an Optimist, a Pessimist, and a Prepper –

The Tim Ferriss Effect: Lessons From My Successful Book Launch – on the value of guest blog posts on single-author blogs –

Quotable Books
Just taught my kids about taxes by eating 38% of their ice cream. – Conan O’Brien, talk show host

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John Kremer’s Book Marketing Tips of the Week: Index
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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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