Book Marketing Tip of the Week: 27 September 2012

John Kremer’s Book Marketing Tip of the Week

September 27, 2012 – October is . . . Fire Prevention Month / Health Literacy Month / Child Health Month / Gourmet Adventures Month / Diversity Awareness Month / Energy Awareness Month / Country Music Month / Co-op Month / Anger Management Month / Family History Awareness Month / International Paranormal Fiction Month / National Book Month / Brain Injury Awareness Month, National Adopt-a-Dog Month/ National Crime Prevention Month / National Education Month

In this issue . . .
– Infographic a Day website
– Book Promotion Tweets, Posts, and Pins

Infographic a Day website

Make Book Marketing FunHere 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.

12 Things to Do After You’ve Written a New Blog Post –

Infographic: Social Media Explained (with Coffee) –

Funny Infographic: Meeting Customer Expectations –

The Copywriting Infographic – Copywriting is writing for a practical purpose. It can involve writing advertisements, news releases, practical books, magazine articles, catalog copy, websites, blog posts, and more. –

How LinkedIn Works –

12 Things Successful People Do Differently –

How Etailers and Content Marketers Can Use Pinterest to Their Advantage –

10 Essential Social Media Tips for a Senior Executive –

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

Book Promotion Tweets, Posts, and Pins

Here are a few tweets, Facebook posts, and Pinterest pins that might help you market your books:

Blogging for Business: How Content Can Improve Your Sales –

Are You Aiming Too Low in Your Book Marketing? –

101 Revolutionary Ways to Be Healthy –

Military Writers Society of America Spurs Book Sales –

Quotable Books

In trusting life, ultimately you realize that you are not what is occurring, but you are the space that allows for it. – Louis Koster

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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