Book Marketing Tip of the Week: June 24, 2013

John Kremer’s Book Marketing Tip of the Week

June 24, 2013 – July is Blackberry Month, Cell Phone Courtesy Month, Family Reunion Month, Get Published Month, Fear of Computers Month, Minority Tourism Month, National Bison Month, National Hot Dog Month, Lasagna Awareness Month, National Peach Month, National Pet Heroes Month

In this issue . . .
– Book Marketing Lunch with John Kremer
– Blog Posts on Book Marketing, Ebooks, and Social Media
– Inside Insights on Google Hangouts

Book Marketing Lunch with John Kremer
Last week I hosted two Book Marketing Lunches. I intended to do more but lost Internet access for 18 hours (all over New Mexico) and then lost electric power for several hours. Anyway, I was able to complete two videos.

In my Book Marketing Lunch with John Kremer for Wednesday, I talk about how to spread yourself, your book, and/or your website across the Internet via a simple tool.

Check it out here:

In Friday’s Book Marketing Lunch, I described two additional websites where you can get content-rich live links to your website.

Watch and see how quick and easy it is for you to get more links to your website — and, thus, get more attention for you as a book author, for your book, for your website, and for your Amazon book sales page.

Check it out here:

Blog Posts on Book Marketing, Ebooks, and Social Media
12 blog posts that should help you sell more books and ebooks:

Want to Get Publicity? Tell the Story of a Real-Life Example –

Life Is a Gift: The Zen of Tony Bennett –

Do Provocative Photos Help Sell a Book? –

Cyrus Webb: How to Host a Successful Author Podcast –

Book Authors: Memo to Self –

Motivational Bookmark: Go All In With Love –

A Key Book Marketing Tip: Persistence Works –

How Do I Compete with Other Novelists? –

Do you have any out-of-the-box marketing ideas for a spiritual and provocative book? –

Newsworthy Leads Make a Difference –

Pinterest for Business: Chobani on Pinterest Case Study –

The Importance of Testimonials and Blurbs –

Inside Insights on Google Hangouts
If you are an author, speaker, coach, consultant or trainer, then you need to check out Google Hangouts On Air . . .

Recently I was chatting with my friend Daniel Hall who was telling me that you can use Hangouts On Air to connect with your audience and interact with them in real time.

It’s kind of like having a broadcast television show where you and your book are the stars!

What’s so cool is that you can use Hangouts On Air to reach 1000’s of new prospects, friends, and buyers for free.

There is a problem though. Hangouts On Air can be a wee bit tricky to set up and run. But Daniel told me it was easy when you know how.

Daniel went on to tell me that he has solved problems with Hangouts and put all his know-how into a brand new video training course called Hangouts On Air Explained.

He offered to make his succinct training for free. Here’s the rub… If you’re interested in top-notch training on how to get started using Hangouts On Air, I encourage you to watch this short video: It explains how you can get Daniel’s Hangouts On Air training for zip, zero, zilch.

Do it soon. It will only cost a YouTube like, and it’s great training.

Ricky Gervais on Never Growing Up

Quotable Books
Never grow up. If you’re writing or directing, give yourself enough time to play. Play the fool. Goad. Shock. Laugh. Trip over something that isn’t there. Try something. And never be afraid to fail. That failure is useful too. It’s just another building block. — Ricky Gervais, actor, writer, director, producer, comedian

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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