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.
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: http://askthebooksellers.com/SecretSeven1
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: http://askthebooksellers.com/SuperSevenCombo
Infographic a Day website
Here are some great infographics from my new website: Infographic a Day: http://www.infographicaday.com
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 – http://infographicaday.com/9-ways-to-spark-more-engagement-with-your-facebook-posts
10 Commandments of Using Pinterest for Business – http://infographicaday.com/10-commandments-of-using-pinterest-for-business
Social Media Infographic: Why Use Pinterest? – http://infographicaday.com/social-media-infographic-why-use-pinterest
Infographic: 12 Tools for Pinterest Marketing – http://infographicaday.com/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. – http://infographicaday.com/infographic-facebook-edgerank-marketing
Infographic: 60 Ways To Make Life Simple Again – http://infographicaday.com/infographic-60-ways-to-make-life-simple-again
How to Create a Compelling Landing Page for Your Website – http://infographicaday.com/how-to-create-a-compelling-landing-page-for-your-website
Infographic: The Top 10 Things You Can Do to Sell More Books – http://infographicaday.com/infographic-the-top-10-things-you-can-do-to-sell-more-books
For more infographics on Internet marketing, check out this page: http://infographicaday.com/an-infographic-a-day
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 – http://magagenie.com/national-examiner-magazine
Popular Mechanics is a monthly magazine about science, technology, automobiles, aerospace, outdoors, gadgets, and DIY home how-to – http://magagenie.com/popular-mechanics-magazine
Parenting is a monthly parenting magazine with features on fertility, pregnancy, parenting (baby, toddler, and child), food, health, and more – http://magagenie.com/parenting-magazine
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 – http://magagenie.com/cosmopolitan-magazine
Woman’s World is a weekly women’s tabloid magazine that covers entertainment, health, food, parenting, home, self-help, relationships, and more. – http://magagenie.com/womans-world-magazine
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 – http://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/master-facebook-edgerank
The Quotable Albert Einstein: On Understanding – http://myincrediblewebsite.com/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) – http://mashable.com/2012/09/29/job-descriptions-viral
The Difference Between an Optimist, a Pessimist, and a Prepper – http://myincrediblewebsite.com/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 – http://www.forbes.com/sites/michaelellsberg/2012/01/11/the-tim-ferriss-effect
Just taught my kids about taxes by eating 38% of their ice cream. – Conan O’Brien, talk show host