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Just starting out? Have one review but feel that you need a hundred more before your book will take off? Fear not. Here are 10 ways you can spin that one small review into ten fantastic book promotions:
1. Put the review on your website. If it’s short, include it on the sidebar. If it’s longer, put an excerpt on the sidebar and the full review on an inner page.
2. Include a snippet of the review in your email signature. This is an easy way to get a lot of mileage every day with no extra effort.» Continue Reading This Article...
It used to be quite easy for someone to start a small business in a small town and make a success of it. Granted there weren’t ten million customers available for whatever they did, but there was a small group of people that were available and these people would stop by and give the new shop a try. Or at least take a peek in the window. After all, there wasn’t that much going on in the small town and you were something to look at.
Today with the Internet, every business is toted to be available to a millions of people all at once.
It’s true. It’s amazing. Millions of people.
But there’s a catch!» Continue Reading This Article...
Looking for a better way to sell books?
Not comfortable with standing on a street corner and waving your latest edition in the air?
How about doing something that authors forget to do?» Continue Reading This Article...
Encourage readers to tweet a message from your blog post with this free program called ClicktoTweet.com.
It is easy to use; you don’t have to download or even share your name or email in order to use it. Simply go to the site, write your message of 140 characters or less and it creates a link that you can put in your post.
When it comes to selling more books, you should always try to encourage people to share information about it. The easier you can make it for them to do this, the greater response you will have. With this program you can write a blog post about your book. At the end of the post write a short message that you would like to be tweeted.» Continue Reading This Article...
Question: What do you do once your book is written?
Answer: Get it published.
Question: What do you do once your book is published?» Continue Reading This Article...
So, you’ve finally taken the plunge and had an author website built for you. The door is open, the lights are on but no one is coming.
Here are ten sites that will let you post information on your book with a link back to your website and/or let you post a free chapter or book information. Note that some of the sites only allow a link to places like Amazon and other major online bookstores, but any link to your book is a good thing.» Continue Reading This Article...
Is your website safely protected for your quick rise to fame and fortune?
As an author, it may come faster than you think. One way to prepare for it now is to safely password-protect your website and other web properties.» Continue Reading This Article...
The new changes in Gmail have many people worried, but it has many advantages that authors should look at.
The first thing that comes to mind with email is overwhelm. There’s simply too much of it.
It’s been proven that too many choices in a situation cause inertia. Customers who have several choices make a decision. Those with a hundred choices put it on the back burner for another time.
With the new Gmail Inbox feature email is sorted quickly (by default) into three categories. Primary, Social and Promotion.
The first thing one notices is that all of a sudden the amount of email in your primary inbox is manageable.» Continue Reading This Article...
Every author must push his or her book forward. If your book is as well written as you can make it and has a powerful cover with good back copy, then it surely has a chance to be successful.
… only if people know about it.
While there are undoubtedly a number of things authors can do to promote their books, the most important is that you do something.
A small step forward is progress.» Continue Reading This Article...
Have you ever gotten a fantastic idea to sell more books that didn’t quite turn out as you had hoped?
Received an offer via email that promised the road to book selling glory was simply doing one or two simple things and voila: instant book selling success?
Maybe you forked over your time, money and hard work to following those few simple things and . . .?
Well, truthfully not all Plan A’s work for everybody. What worked for one author may have been a matter of luck, their own magnetic personality, huge mailing list, powerful friends or simply being in the right place at the right time.» Continue Reading This Article...
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