Book Marketing

Book Marketing: Which is better, Facebook or Twitter?

Twitter and Facebook are both great avenues for marketing your book, however they should be used for different reasons. Think of Twitter as a “live feed” [...]

Book Marketing: Will a bad review turn away readers?

A bad review is obviously not preferable but shouldn’t be too consequential as long as it’s balanced by positive reviews.  Of course you can’t control [...]

Book Fairs are becoming more popular, along with Writer Conferences and Expos.  There are two levels to this:  first, having your book represented at book [...]

Market Your Book with BUZZWORDS

Using powerful buzzwords such as the ones mentioned above is a great way to entice readers to engage with you in some way. Whether your goal is to get them to [...]

Book Marketing: How do I enter the library market?

The first thing to realize is that every country has certain library suppliers. Library buyers are very much constrained to rules and regulations and where [...]

Book Marketing: What kind of investment am I expected to make upfront?

A lot of book marketing can be done by the author, provided you have the time to put in.  We’re here to help you with the services you don’t have time to [...]

Book Marketing: How do I get my book to stand out on Amazon?

Amazon is arguably the most important site for book sales today. Among thousands upon thousands of books in the same genre, how do you get readers to pick [...]

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Not sure how to get someone to share your content? Listen up!

You have an author website, a Facebook, a blog, an Amazon page, and lots of press releases to show off to the world; but how do you get people to share all of [...]

Is Your Blog Worth Reading?

By now, you already know you can write. You've succeeded in self-publishing your book and have developed an audience, but to keep your audience, you must [...]