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Reader demand drives the book buying cycle. So, take every opportunity to let people know about your book. Publishers make sure that books are available for readers to buy. Authors also play a part in creating buzz and excitement for their title and driving readers to the stores or eTailers. Look for free and lower cost opportunities to market such as
Mark Twain once said, "The time to begin writing an article is when you have finished it to your satisfaction." That may sound like a tall task, but you already know that writing is hard work and the hardest part of the process is the editing. Fortunately, we provide...
There was a 777% increase in book purchases in the first half of April as compared to the first half of March. It’s clear that quarantined readers are devouring books in record numbers, but there have also been important changes in reader preferences and habits amid this boom. These shifts present opportunities for resourceful authors who know where to look. So let’s dive into three top trends we’ve identified.
My original book launch party was planned just before the government stepped up restrictions, banned gatherings, and closed all establishments. I wouldn’t let COVID-19 stand in the way of my celebrating—so I decided to throw a virtual book launch and want to help others looking to do the same!
Many writers are introverts, preferring to keep to themselves, only entertaining the ideas and characters roaming in their brains. So the thought of broadcasting videos of yourself on social media may seem like a threat on your sanity—but it doesn’t need to be. Video posts on social media can be unnerving for anyone.
You devoted a couple years to getting every word just the way you want it and now, finally, it’s time to tell the world about your masterpiece. Except… the writers and editors at most media outlets don’t care about your book. They care about how newsworthy you are, and if you can break through that barrier, you’ll end up with something better than a book review.
Getting your book reviewed is a crucial step in your book marketing strategy. Positive reviews tell readers that your book is worthy of their time, entice your potential audience with plot descriptions, and give you instant credibility.
An established author platform, in many ways, has become more of a necessity than the book itself as it drives much of the reader, reviewer and media engagement. Most authors know you can’t just release a book into the wild to wait for something to happen, and that promotion is necessary.
There are generally accepted methods and many nuances in book publicity, and if you’re going to market your own book, don’t sabotage yourself by making avoidable mistakes. Book marketing doesn’t have to be complicated, but it also can’t be taken lightly. For self-published authors, there are many book marketing strategies and tactics that can be employed.