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Book Marketing category may interest you. To author a book of your own is really challenging and if you wish to share it book marketing is a great idea. The bookstores might be your first market but there are many other markets for books. Get info here.

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Harriet Hodgson

Turning a Personal Book Marketing Plan Into Recognition Marketing

Most book authors have an idea of how they would like their book to be marketed. Many create personal marketing plans. This doesn't happen over night, but you can...

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Five Critical Tips To Help You Sell More Kindle Ebooks

Five Critical Tips To Help You Sell More Kindle Ebooks

The Kindle is huge these days and it seems like everybody wants to learn how to sell books on the Amazon Kindle. The good news is, you can do amazingly well and...

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Harriet Hodgson

You have wanted to see your book in print for years and now, thanks to self-publishing, you reached this goal. Now you must market your book, an uphill climb for any author, especially a new one.

By: Harriet Hodgson l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jul 08, 2012
Douglas Glenn Clark

The Amazon Kindle Select program is a powerful promotion too, if used well. Here's how my ranking soared by giving my book away for FREE.

By: Douglas Glenn Clark l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jul 04, 2012
Donna M. Mcdine

Media Kit? Why would I need a media kit, I'm not even published yet? To be quite honest with you it's never too soon to start.

By: Donna M. Mcdine l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jul 02, 2012
Alun Richards

It comes as a surprise to many new authors that books do not promote themselves. Don't expect your conventional publisher to promote your book either. The cold had truth is you have to promote it

By: Alun Richards l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jun 30, 2012
Kathryn Lively

When I signed a contract for a small premium publisher to release my mystery novel, I knew that the imprint focused more on digital sales than print. The book was released in eBook and paperback

By: Kathryn Lively l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jun 29, 2012
Madison Paige

In this article, I'm going explain the key elements of an effective book trailer. I'll also explain what makes a trailer ineffective or counter-effective and outline specific steps authors can take

By: Madison Paige l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jun 29, 2012
Aldous Irving J Echegoyen

As an author, we all want our book to be unleashed and we want the whole world to know and read it. After writing, publishing is where the dream usually becomes a nightmare. Here is an article that I

By: Aldous Irving J Echegoyen l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jun 26, 2012
Aldous Irving J Echegoyen

This article will give new authors some suggestions on how they can promote their book to the market. Writing a book is one thing; promoting is another - both are equally important.

By: Aldous Irving J Echegoyen l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jun 21, 2012
Aldous Irving J Echegoyen

If you are an author, you know that you need to hire a publicist. How do you choose one? How can you make sure that you are making the right move? Here are some suggestions that you can use. Enjoy!

By: Aldous Irving J Echegoyen l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jun 20, 2012
Frank A Prochilo

While hundreds of eBook writers burn the midnight oil to be successful at their mission, many fail to make it because they don`t know how to market their eBooks. Here are some basic steps to help get

By: Frank A Prochilo l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jun 15, 2012
Lance Winslow

The other day, I was at a Starbucks in a town nearby, one where all the writers hang out. Having written a good number of books which are now available at Amazon's Kindle, I like to hear what

By: Lance Winslow l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jun 08, 2012
Susan Page

If you just published a book and are waiting for it to fly off the book shelf, think again. No one even knows that your book exists. Whether a traditional publishing house publishes your book or you

By: Susan Page l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jun 08, 2012

Can you still remember the book fairs you attended when you were in school? Remember the excitement to see what books were for sale and finding out if that book you've wanted to buy was finally

By: Terence Tam l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jun 06, 2012
Jason T Jones

If you've just published a book, or are thinking about publishing a book, you'll soon realize that the author is the book's primary marketer. Often times, you are the only marketer. Many will tell

By: Jason T Jones l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jun 06, 2012
Irene Watson

Authors need an author platform to show they are qualified and media-trained, and consequently, deserve the media's attention because they've already had it. Reporters and journalists want experts on

By: Irene Watson l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jun 05, 2012
Irene Watson

Winning a book contest is a good way for authors to achieve publicity for their books. But unscrupulous individuals who know there's a desire by authors to win contests have capitalized on that

By: Irene Watson l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jun 01, 2012
Kathryn Lively

Every day when I check my current social feeds, I notice an author friend has joined the next new thing. I couldn't tell you how often a brand new social platform with a funny name picks up interest,

By: Kathryn Lively l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l May 24, 2012
Jared D Silverstone

Each year, the book industry publishes about a million titles. Aside from being Dan Brown or John Grisham, it can be a challenge to get you book noticed. Here's how you can fix this disadvantage by

By: Jared D Silverstone l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l May 24, 2012

Self-publishing: keeping sane whilst trying to market your e-book. 3 tips to keep on top of it. Today I realised that I have done no advertising or marketing of my books that I so lovingly turned

By: Alba F Lewis l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l May 23, 2012
Irene Watson

Some "clever" authors don't give up on selling a book even when it's no longer new. Unfortunately, they resort to some unorthodox ways to sell the book, perhaps thinking they have discovered an

By: Irene Watson l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l May 22, 2012
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Harriet Hodgson

Most book authors have an idea of how they would like their book to be marketed. Many create personal marketing plans. This doesn't happen over night, but you can do it.

By: Harriet Hodgson l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Feb 19, 2012 lViews: 81 lComments: 0

The Kindle is huge these days and it seems like everybody wants to learn how to sell books on the Amazon Kindle. The good news is, you can do amazingly well and make quite a bit of money selling your

By: Paul Gram l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Feb 04, 2012 lViews: 70 lComments: 0
Douglas Glenn Clark

The Amazon Kindle Select program is a powerful promotion too, if used well. Here's how my ranking soared by giving my book away for FREE.

By: Douglas Glenn Clark l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jul 04, 2012 lViews: 67 lComments: 0
Yolanda M Johnson-Bryant

Social location marketing is a mobile social media tool that can convert check-ins into cash. It is a small, but powerful social media tool. Although, statistics show that only 4% of surveyed

By: Yolanda M Johnson-Bryant l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Apr 19, 2012 lViews: 65 lComments: 0
Aldous Irving J Echegoyen

This article will give new authors some suggestions on how they can promote their book to the market. Writing a book is one thing; promoting is another - both are equally important.

By: Aldous Irving J Echegoyen l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jun 21, 2012 lViews: 64 lComments: 0
Lance Winslow

The other day, I was at a Starbucks in a town nearby, one where all the writers hang out. Having written a good number of books which are now available at Amazon's Kindle, I like to hear what

By: Lance Winslow l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jun 08, 2012 lViews: 62 lComments: 0
Harriet Hodgson

You have wanted to see your book in print for years and now, thanks to self-publishing, you reached this goal. Now you must market your book, an uphill climb for any author, especially a new one.

By: Harriet Hodgson l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jul 08, 2012 lViews: 57 lComments: 0
Kathryn Lively

When I signed a contract for a small premium publisher to release my mystery novel, I knew that the imprint focused more on digital sales than print. The book was released in eBook and paperback

By: Kathryn Lively l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jun 29, 2012 lViews: 56 lComments: 0
Harriet Hodgson

Name recognition sells books. People are more apt to buy your book if they have read your previous ones or recognize your name. Branding used to be the industry term for this strategy and that has

By: Harriet Hodgson l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Feb 14, 2012 lViews: 55 lComments: 0
Frank A Prochilo

While hundreds of eBook writers burn the midnight oil to be successful at their mission, many fail to make it because they don`t know how to market their eBooks. Here are some basic steps to help get

By: Frank A Prochilo l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jun 15, 2012 lViews: 55 lComments: 0
Aldous Irving J Echegoyen

As an author, we all want our book to be unleashed and we want the whole world to know and read it. After writing, publishing is where the dream usually becomes a nightmare. Here is an article that I

By: Aldous Irving J Echegoyen l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jun 26, 2012 lViews: 54 lComments: 0
Annette C O'Leary-Coggins

I am one hundred percent Irish. "I was born and bred in Ireland" as they say, they of course being the Irish. I want to share with you a little background on the history of Ireland. If you are a

By: Annette C O'Leary-Coggins l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Feb 24, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0
Susan Page

If you just published a book and are waiting for it to fly off the book shelf, think again. No one even knows that your book exists. Whether a traditional publishing house publishes your book or you

By: Susan Page l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jun 08, 2012 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Jason T Jones

If you've just published a book, or are thinking about publishing a book, you'll soon realize that the author is the book's primary marketer. Often times, you are the only marketer. Many will tell

By: Jason T Jones l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jun 06, 2012 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Donna M. Mcdine

Media Kit? Why would I need a media kit, I'm not even published yet? To be quite honest with you it's never too soon to start.

By: Donna M. Mcdine l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jul 02, 2012 lViews: 50 lComments: 0
Harriet Hodgson

In this dicey economy, new and experienced writers are self-publishing their work. Choosing a title and subtitle can take days or weeks. What are your criteria?

By: Harriet Hodgson l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Mar 23, 2012 lViews: 49 lComments: 0
Jared D Silverstone

As counter intuitive as it may sound, giving away copies of your book can be the best book promotions tactic you can employ. Giving away premium gifts or bribes are a common marketing ploy that

By: Jared D Silverstone l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Apr 23, 2012 lViews: 49 lComments: 0
Aldous Irving J Echegoyen

If you are an author, you know that you need to hire a publicist. How do you choose one? How can you make sure that you are making the right move? Here are some suggestions that you can use. Enjoy!

By: Aldous Irving J Echegoyen l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jun 20, 2012 lViews: 49 lComments: 0
Irene Watson

Authors need an author platform to show they are qualified and media-trained, and consequently, deserve the media's attention because they've already had it. Reporters and journalists want experts on

By: Irene Watson l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jun 05, 2012 lViews: 48 lComments: 0
Yolanda M Johnson-Bryant

A Website is an important and necessary tool for business owners. Your Website is the door to your business. It is what a tailored business suit is to your personal appearance.

By: Yolanda M Johnson-Bryant l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Mar 02, 2012 lViews: 47 lComments: 0
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Lance Winslow

The other day, I was at a Starbucks in a town nearby, one where all the writers hang out. Having written a good number of books which are now available at Amazon's Kindle, I like to hear what

By: Lance Winslow l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jun 08, 2012 lViews: 62 lComments: 0
Annette C O'Leary-Coggins

I am one hundred percent Irish. "I was born and bred in Ireland" as they say, they of course being the Irish. I want to share with you a little background on the history of Ireland. If you are a

By: Annette C O'Leary-Coggins l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Feb 24, 2012 lViews: 53 lComments: 0

Sometime after signing the contract, and banking the first trounce of my advance, another document arrived from my publishers. I seem to remember spending a good few seconds reading it, ticking all

By: Brian Grove l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Feb 25, 2012 lViews: 38 lComments: 0
Harriet Hodgson

Most book authors have an idea of how they would like their book to be marketed. Many create personal marketing plans. This doesn't happen over night, but you can do it.

By: Harriet Hodgson l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Feb 19, 2012 lViews: 81 lComments: 0
Harriet Hodgson

Name recognition sells books. People are more apt to buy your book if they have read your previous ones or recognize your name. Branding used to be the industry term for this strategy and that has

By: Harriet Hodgson l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Feb 14, 2012 lViews: 55 lComments: 0
Harriet Hodgson

Once you find your writing niche it is easy to settle in and stay there. To remain "fresh," however, you may want to step out of your comfort zone. There are many benefits to doing this, as this

By: Harriet Hodgson l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Feb 01, 2012 lViews: 43 lComments: 0
Harriet Hodgson

In this dicey economy, new and experienced writers are self-publishing their work. Choosing a title and subtitle can take days or weeks. What are your criteria?

By: Harriet Hodgson l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Mar 23, 2012 lViews: 49 lComments: 0
Harriet Hodgson

Print on demand (POD) capabilities have revolutionized publishing. Beginning authors are turning to POD to see their work in print. Experienced authors are turning to POD because of its advantages.

By: Harriet Hodgson l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Mar 21, 2012 lViews: 43 lComments: 0
Harriet Hodgson

You have wanted to see your book in print for years and now, thanks to self-publishing, you reached this goal. Now you must market your book, an uphill climb for any author, especially a new one.

By: Harriet Hodgson l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jul 08, 2012 lViews: 57 lComments: 0
Yolanda M Johnson-Bryant

Utilize technology by using videos to promote your brand and your work. Potential clients respond better to authors they can see and interact with. Remember visual marketing is on the rise.

By: Yolanda M Johnson-Bryant l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Feb 13, 2012 lViews: 42 lComments: 0
Yolanda M Johnson-Bryant

A Website is an important and necessary tool for business owners. Your Website is the door to your business. It is what a tailored business suit is to your personal appearance.

By: Yolanda M Johnson-Bryant l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Mar 02, 2012 lViews: 47 lComments: 0
Yolanda M Johnson-Bryant

Social location marketing is a mobile social media tool that can convert check-ins into cash. It is a small, but powerful social media tool. Although, statistics show that only 4% of surveyed

By: Yolanda M Johnson-Bryant l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Apr 19, 2012 lViews: 65 lComments: 0
Adrienne DeWolfe

As strange as it may seem, even good book writing gets rejected sometimes. Learn the many personal and professional considerations that can impact the book buying decisions that are made by editors

By: Adrienne DeWolfe l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Feb 07, 2012 lViews: 47 lComments: 0

The Kindle is huge these days and it seems like everybody wants to learn how to sell books on the Amazon Kindle. The good news is, you can do amazingly well and make quite a bit of money selling your

By: Paul Gram l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Feb 04, 2012 lViews: 70 lComments: 0
Ronda Del Boccio

Part of book marketing success is discovering how to write a book that causes readers to come to your website and do more business with you the author. Creating bonus gifts is a great way to endear

By: Ronda Del Boccio l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Feb 02, 2012 lViews: 39 lComments: 0
CJ Heck

I wish I had more money to travel. When I need an adventure, I go to the local book store. There, I'm transported through time and space and living a different life through someone's words.

By: CJ Heck l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jan 21, 2012 lViews: 43 lComments: 0

You have written your book and it has been published. Next step is to properly market your book and get it into the hands of your customers. Proper marketing is the key to success.

By: Terence Tam l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jan 30, 2012 lViews: 41 lComments: 0

Can you still remember the book fairs you attended when you were in school? Remember the excitement to see what books were for sale and finding out if that book you've wanted to buy was finally

By: Terence Tam l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jun 06, 2012 lViews: 44 lComments: 0
Kathryn Lively

When I signed a contract for a small premium publisher to release my mystery novel, I knew that the imprint focused more on digital sales than print. The book was released in eBook and paperback

By: Kathryn Lively l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l Jun 29, 2012 lViews: 56 lComments: 0
Kathryn Lively

Every day when I check my current social feeds, I notice an author friend has joined the next new thing. I couldn't tell you how often a brand new social platform with a funny name picks up interest,

By: Kathryn Lively l Writing & Speaking > Book Marketing l May 24, 2012 lViews: 40 lComments: 0
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