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  1. How to Self-Publish Easier, Faster Than Ever Before By Earma Brown
    Compare PODs Then Choose Wisely!Technology has advanced in the publishing world. I love it! I have been greatly helped to realize my publishing dreams. I think it’s wonderful that aspiring authors have a greater range of choice. Now you may choose to pursue traditional publishing or quantum leap into self-publishing. Perhaps some would never have the opportunity to see their work in professional print without the arrival of publish on demand or POD Publishing. Print-on-demand means exactly wha…


  2. Looking to Sell Your Book for a Good Price? By Marshall Masters
    Many self-publishing authors plan on eventually selling their book to a large publisher at a good price. The fast track way to achieve this goal is to push up the market value of a book with a push v. pull strategy. This article shows you how to do exactly that, using a simple Internet strategy that any self-publisher can afford.PUSH v. PULL EXPLAINEDBooks with push like Harry Potter push customers through the doors, and the registers go kachink, kachink. With self- published titles, bookse…


  3. How to Create an Amazing Author Website By Scott Ginsberg
    Without a website, an author is unknown. Without a website, an author sells fewer books. Without a website, an author has limited web presence. Without a website, an author has limited media presence. Without a website, an author can’t maximize his or her creativity, expertise and talent.You get the point. An author website is crucial. But too often, authors are simply told to set up a website, yet rarely are they given specific tips on how to make it AMAZING. This article will offer severa…


  4. Successful Book Marketing The Natural Way - Part 1 By Judy Cullins
    Is your mind muddy on book marketing? Do you wake up each day and say, "I'm not a social person and I hate to beat the drum for my book" or "I just wish someone else could market my book for me"?If you could market your book a pleasurable way, you may not think it a chore. Natural marketing refers to the action you take to get the word out about your service and product that rings true to your heart. It feels effortless without struggle, where ideas pop out, you lose track of time engaging in …


  5. Publishing Your Book—What Way is Best For You? - Part 2 By Judy Cullins
    Your print or ebook is nearly finished. You wonder if you should try to get an agent to represent you to the publisher. Maybe you've already sent out your query letter to some agents. You dream how great it would be to be taken under the publisher's wings. You've already read about what traditional publishers can and can't do for you. Now is a time for self-publishers who want a print book to check out Print On Demand or Print Quantity Needed. On Print Books--Print on Demand Two Ways 1. …


  6. Why Should I Buy your Book? By Judy Cullins
    How would you like to have countless people clamoring for your books and willing to visit your Web site to buy them? Most entrepreneurs wait until their Web site is designed before they think about marketing their products on it. What a shame! When someone asks you about your book, maybe you've said, "My book is about…." You mention the features such as tips in a book or your story. Your story may be too long and bore your prospective readers. These mistakes will turn your prospective buyer …


  7. Ask For What You Want! By Marilyn Ross
    You're much more likely to get people to accommodate you if they know what you want. Folks generally enjoy being helpful. Pursuing that belief when we launched our last book, we also created the following checklist to enclose with every individual copy of Jump Start Your Book Sales shipped from our office. It is offered here with the hope you'll find it a useful model. It's generating nice results for us. Why not create something similar to ask for what you want?"How can I help?"That's a quest…


  8. Ready, Set, Go Sell Your Book In The Real World! By Mary Holzrichter
    We hear a lot these days about more books actually being sold 'outside' the traditional bookstore. Think about it. When was the last time you actually took time to linger and explore the bookshelves? When did you last impulsively grab a book, flip it over, read the blurbs, and finger through a few chapters? Let's face it, most of us are too hurried.So What's The Point?If you don't take the time to browse, why expect your potential customer to do so?Try This:Grab about five copies of your book…


  9. Increase Book Sales: When a Book is No Longer Just a Book for Sale By Catherine Franz
    Do you have books sitting in your garage that you haven't sold yet and looking for ways to move them? Then you will want to know about these five outrageous ideas that aren't difficult and can be just plain out fun. Dede Hall, author of The Starving Student's Cookbook had very poor sales for her books. Then one day an outrageously light bulb moment appeared. She added an inexpensive skillet with the book and shrink-wrapped them. Then she took 150 of them to two stores that she thought wou…


  10. Writing Tight, Snappy Books By Marilyn Ross
    It has been said, "There are two things wrong with most writing. One is style; the other is content." The way a writer strings words together either grabs the reader by the scruff of the neck and shouts, "Read me," or hangs as limp and uninteresting as tattered sheets in a tenement window.Let's examine the writing process and see how we can become better wordcrafters to improve our chances with readers. Here are some guidelines to give your work momentum and sparkle.Communicate, don't try to i…


  11. Why Write Articles to Promote your Book? By Judy Cullins
    Reach 15,000 to 100,000 targeted buyers every week Online. That's the best reason I know to write and submit how-to articles to opt-in ezines and top web sites. get more book sales.Now, that's real exposure! And it's totally targeted because these people visit sites and subscribe to ezines who feature your topics of expertise. Your coach now has over 105 articles circulating and these have brought her over one-third her monthly income. The second best reason is that promoting your book throu…


  12. Book Marketing 101 - Setting up Author Events and Book Signings -- Get the Most from Book Publicity By Ray Robinson
    We all have at one time or another had the fantasy of our books being absolutely indispensable to readers - and that our genius is immediately recognizable even without the benefit of creating awareness or self-promotion. Well, for some very famous authors this may be true - but then again, publishers still spend millions of dollars promoting even the greatest writers' books. Having your book recognized for the high quality endeavor that it is, and selling some in the process, really is ALL ab…


  13. Top 5 Book Selling Tips By Brent Sampson
    TIP # 1Online reviews are paramount in importance when it comes to drawing attention to your book. And the best part is, you're in control of your own destiny!If you haven't yet submitted your own review on sites like Amazon and Barnes & Noble, what are you waiting for? This should be one of the first steps for every published author.Encourage other family members and friends to review the book, too. They're inclined to be more generous than perfect strangers, but don't underestimate the effec…


  14. Marketing for Writers When Writing Just Isn't Enough By Caterina Christakos
    Many writers write for the experience. Others dream of having a number one best seller. Both are wonderful reasons for writing. What many fail to realize is that these two do not have to be mutually exclusive. With a little research, you can enjoy writing incredible stories and see to it that they generate a profit.The first thing that is needed is a business like attitude toward the process. From day one you must:1) Know your niche.Research which books are popular in your genre. Go to booksto…


  15. Writing a Book’s Marketing Plan for Maximum Profit By Roger C. Parker
    Much has been written about book proposals. But less has been written about book marketing plans. This is wrong!What happens after your book is published has a great deal to do with whether you become published and profitable… or just published.A book proposal is a direct-marketing document intended to persuade publishers to edit, print and distribute your book. It’s a sales piece intended to communicate the inevitability of your book’s success.Your book’s marketing plan, however, is intended …


  16. Advertising Gold For E-Authors - Extreme Benefits Extraction By Silvia Hartmann
    Once a cherished project such as your first ebook or ecourse has been completed, we need to turn our attention to the marketing of your project.Here's where things sometimes turn somewhat difficult if the author and the marketeer are one and the same person, and here's where we have to be cautious and take the right steps in the right order, so we might stay on track.In order to write ANY form of marketing material for your ebook or course, you need to be completely FAMILIAR with all the benef…


  17. Colour and Book Covers - What You Should Know if You're Self-Publishing By Cathi Stevenson
    Color is tricky at the best of times. If you want exact color management (such as a particular shade of blue for a university logo) you really should use something called spot color. Spot colors are specially mixed ink colors. Like the paint you purchase for your walls, the spot colors, or PMS colors (PMS stands for Pantone Matching System), are mixed according to pre-determined recipes. Each color in the PMS spectrum has an assigned number. When a client picks a number, the ink is mixed accor…


  18. Poetry Chapbooks: Ten Tips for Promotion By Devrie Paradowski
    There are several ways of publishing your chapbook. You can do it yourself with a printer and a heavy duty stapler; you can submit a manuscript to a literary entitiy that publishes chapbooks; or you can try a self publishing company. It is fairly easy to get your poetry bound in a chapbook, but the real challenge is trying to promote it.Since a poetry chapbook is usually fairly small, (between ten to fifty-something pages), distrubution of these books is not going to be a national or world w…


  19. Increase Book Sales: At Book Fairs, Festivals and Trade Shows By Catherine Franz
    Play a bigger game with your book sales by expanding your audiences at local or nonlocal book fairs, festivals or trade shows. Can't afford a booth or table, rent a space on someone else’s table and volunteer to be back for their book. In fact, rent a corner at various different tables in the same fair or show and triple your exposure. The place on the net to go to find out what’s upcoming in your area, or an area you want to travel to, is at the Library of Congress’ web site (http://www.lo…


  20. Three Powerful Tips on Selecting a Book Topic that Sells By Judy Cullins
    The topic of your book or eBook counts-big time. Which would you buy-The Art of Kissing or The Art of Courtship? The kissing book sold over 60,500 while the other sold only 17,500 copies. Before you choose your topic pay attention to your audience. What do they want and need? What will they be willing to pay for your information? Try these three powerful tips: 1. Write a book your audience needs or wants. Think of a particular audience's challenge or problem then solve it with your book.…


  21. Sell More Books on Amazon.com By Cathy Stucker
    Why Should Your Book Be on Amazon.com? Credibility. If your book is important, it should be available at the world’s biggest book store.Visibility. People (including members of the media) will find your book and learn about you through your appearance on Amazon. (That’s how I got into Woman’s Day magazine.)Money. You will sell books you wouldn’t have sold otherwise. Many buyers won’t buy from your Web site or other sources, but will buy at Amazon. And, Amazon pays like clockwork.Get Your Book …


  22. The Booklet Journey Opening a New World By Paulette Ensign
    1991 was a pivotal year in my life. My professional organizing business was 8 years old.The sales cycle was getting longer and longer for workshop and consulting work. I had formed these crazy habits called eating and paying the rent and was not eager to break either of them.That’s when I spotted an offer for a free copy of a booklet called "117 Ideas For Better Business Presentations." I do business presentations, and the price was right. I sent for it. My first reaction was, “gee, I could k…


  23. Speaking for a Publication By Bette Daoust, Ph.D.
    Why write a book and get attention and loads of contacts?Expertise can sometimes be defined by the articles, columns, responses and books you write. It does not take a lot of effort to write the articles and columns but it does take effort to write a book. Having a book behind your name shows your expertise. After all, you were able to write 300 pages on what it is you do and make references to your work through examples. What a good way to make cold calls and get people to attend your speakin…


  24. Top Ten Non-Techie Steps to Market your Book Online By Judy Cullins
    Are you an author who is looking for new ways to promote your book or business? Does the traditional promotion you do take too long and not bring you top results? Are you willing to investigate easy non-techie ways to get more book buyers?Check out these ten steps within "Ten Non-Techie Ways to Market your Book Online:"Step1. Ten Steps Preparation and FoundationWhen marketing your book Online, you need to attract the right customers to your Web site. Online promotion is cheap, convenient, save…


  25. Book Marketing Secrets for Trade-published Authors By Marilyn Ross
    Your book is published; the family's still celebrating. Why do you get that sinking sensation that nothing is really happening? Face facts: If you're not a household word, your publisher will typically allocate scant time and a minuscule budget to your title. (And if you're self-publishing, PR is a huge component in the overall scheme of things.) It's the age of celebrity books. Lamenting that situation won't change things; getting involved will. Your personal efforts can dramatically impact b…






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