1.||6 Tips for Establishing Your Expertise by Brent Sampson|
Like the Internet itself, online marketing resources such as blogs, chat rooms, and user groups are vast and puzzling. On one hand they offer that elusive "promise land" of free and effective marketing. On the other, they embody a "time sink" of astronomical ...
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2.||Successful Self-Publishing by Terence Tam|
Developing a marketing plan for your book.
Discover how a carefully structured marketing plan can make the world of difference to the commercial viability and success of your book project. Read more.
Developing a Marketing Plan for your Book
A marketing ...
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3.||7 Tips for Book Promotion Media Events by Brent Sampson|
Media events and public appearances can fall into any number of categories and include any number of venues (book stores, radio interviews, television interviews, writing group speeches, presentations, chat room interviews, online book tours, public forums, and more).
1. A ...
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4.||How Self-Published Books Create Highly Profitable Businesses by Robert Skrob|
Customers expect a book to cost $9.95, $19.95, or perhaps as much as $49.95. With production costs, that doesn't give you a lot of money to promote your books and generate sales. It depends on your income goals, but if ...
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5.||The Fundamentals of Social Book-Marking – A Quick Guide. by Barry Babister|
In The Begining
Have you ever entered a search term into a search engine and then had to wade through many useless 'junk' pages in order to find what you were looking for in the first place? Many web ...
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6.||Powerful Book Pricing Tips for Authors by Brent Sampson|
First let's provide definitions for the 4 terms covered in this article:
Retail margin is the difference between your book's wholesale price and your book's retail price. For example, a book with a cover price of $10 and a wholesale price of $5 has a 50% retail margin. This ...
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7.||Give Your Book a Selling Chance Before You Write It, Part I by Earma Brown|
Imagine thousands of people buying your book all over the world in the coming year. Furthermore, they love it and write you about how it has helped them. They even email all their friends about your insightful book. Sound far fetched? ...
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8.||5 Easy Ways To Power Article Writting! by Jerry Johnson|
Writing an article doesn't just mean putting down thoughts into words then typing and writing it. You have to capture the interest of your readers and get them to keep on reading. To send your ...
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9.||Using Book Signings to Market Your Book by Scott Lorenz|
As a book publicist I have a strong opinion about book tours. Authors tend to think they are a great idea because they see Bill and Hillary Clinton, Rachael Ray, Howard Stern and other big names out on the circuit and think that's the way to promote a ...
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10.||Book Marketing Tips from TV Producer, Radio Talk Show Host and Book Publicist by Scott Lorenz|
Book marketing experts know that authors who get excited about landing an interview may lose sight of the goal, which is not to gain media interviews but to sell books. And it's sad but true that an interview does ...
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11.||An Interview With Book Marketing Expert And Book Publicist Scott Lorenz by Norm Goldman|
Scott, could you tell our readers something about yourself, and a brief description of Westwind Communications.
Westwind Communications helps clients get all the publicity they deserve and more. We work with a wide variety of small to medium sized businesses, including doctors, ...
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12.||Marketing a Book is Too Important to Leave to the Good Intentions of a Publisher by Scott Lorenz|
Marketing your book is too important a task to leave to the good intentions of a publisher. Harsh words? Maybe, but after spending so much time writing your book, don't assume the publisher will put the same effort into the marketing of your book. I hear ...
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