Book Marketing Tips with John Kremer: April 12, 2015
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Four tips for you today.

First, I’m launching my first Book Marketing Q&A with John Kremer webinar at 9:00 p.m. Eastern on April 12, 2015. It’s free. I know it’s short notice but I want to test this new webinar system before launching it big time. So whoever is paying attention on Sunday evening can take part.

Here’s where you need to register: http://app.webinarjam.net/register/14357/ac254cb02e

Note: Replay link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b__0VKwrr2M.

Or use this interactive replay link: http://app.webinarjam.net/login/14357/ac254cb02e/0/replay


Next, for those of you would like to listen to a replay of the webinar I did with Jay Boyer, here’s the replay link. If you recall, the webinar was all about publishing children’s books via Amazon Kindle and making up to $15,000 per year with each book.

Here’s the replay link (good until Wednesday, April 15, at midnight Eastern time): http://cf.jjfast.com/cbf-replay2


Here’s a new children’s bookstore (real world). Check it out:

Island Tales Bookshop, Donna Mantei and Susan Nielson, owners, 308 1/2 Marine Avenue, Newport Beach CA 92662; 949-873-5184. Email: info@islandtalesbookshop.com. Web: http://www.islandtalesbookshop.com. Facebook:http://www.facebook.com/islandtalesbalboaisland. Twitter: https://twitter.com/islandtalesbook (Note: You can get their attention right now, because they only have 3 followers as of April 12). Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/islandtalesbalboaisland.

Island Tales Bookshop is a unique children?s book shop located on Balboa Island in Newport Beach, California. Our quaint little shop is filled with quality children?s literature both new titles and the classics. We also carry unique and wonderful gifts for those special times in a child?s life. Additionally, Island Tales offers children?s crafting in our fun arts and crafts room, story time in the book store and event hosting for birthday parties and other special events.


Do Good Stuff t-shirt design by Joel Comm

Joel Comm, author of Twitter Power 3.0, created Do Good Stuff t-shirts and sold over 150 of them. Now, the key lesson is here: He asked the people who bought them to take a photo of themselves wearing the new Do Good Stuff t-shirt and tagging him in the photo when they shared the photo in Facebook.

That’s great promo for him. And great promo for the people who bought the shirt. He intends to start a photo album on Facebook to share all the photos with his followers.

He also wrote: If you happen to be doing good stuff while wearing the t-shirt, all the better! #DoGoodStuff

Now, you can do something similar. If you don’t sell t-shirts. Ask people to take a photo of themselves holding your book. And share that photo on Facebook while tagging you there. Then you can share all the photos you get.

So, to follow my own teaching, if any of you take a photo of yourself holding 1001 Ways to Market Your Books by John Kremer and tagging me @JohnKremer when you post it to Facebook, I’ll share the photo with my followers. Note: When posting the photo of my book and you, be sure to also include the following: Check out my book (your book title) by your name as well! That way when I share your photo, you’ll get a promo to all my followers.

So get cracking today!

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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