How To Market A Book ePUB ´ Market A ePUB ↠

How To Market A Book ePUB ´ Market A ePUB ↠


How To Market A Book [PDF] ✍ How To Market A Book Author Lori Culwell – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk You’ve written a book—now what Whether you’ve recently self published have just gotten a book deal with a big publisher your book is out or anywhere in between you probably know one thing—you You’ve written Market A ePUB ↠ a book—now what Whether you’ve recently self published have just gotten a book deal with a big publisher your book is out or anywhere in between you probably know one thing—you need a website and you need to be promoting yourself on a regular basis on social media But—how You’re exhausted from having written the book and frankly you don’t want to learn about websites and social media and networking and getting yourself out there You’re kind of just wishing someone will come along and either How To eBook é do everything for you or at least explain to you step by step in plain English how to do these things and why they’re important That’s where we come in We are a book publisher and an author marketer respectively We know that the difference between a successful author and one who is not especially in this day and age is a strong online presence and we’re going to help you develop one Here’s some stuff we cover Author websites Importance of marketing Marketing through social networking ie Twitter To Market A Kindle Ø is not just for teenagers Pitching to traditional press Finding groups of people who read what you write.


10 thoughts on “How To Market A Book

  1. Kelsye Nelson Kelsye Nelson says:

    Practical straight forward and easy to implement advice for writers self and traditionally published looking for book marketing help


  2. Glenn Skinner Glenn Skinner says:

    I purchased an e book copy of this book but before I finished reading it I had the opportunity to receive a free signed copy and took the opportunity This was a book I knew I wanted to add to my collection With that said How to Market a Book is a straight forward no nonsense guide to book marketing Whether it's your first book or in my case fourth this book has something for everyone Even if you have never attempted social media or marketing this guide takes your hand and walks you through the process in a plain talk straight forward approach It's obvious the two authors know their subject matter To borrow a line from the book the first line for Twitter reads as follows We know we know The moment you saw the title you rolled your eyes I can totally relate as I have seen it myself so often The authors then go on to give clear compelling reasons why people need to look past their preconceptions and step forwardThe subject matter of the book is arranged in an easy to read progressive order I was highly impressed with the sections on doing your own keyword analysis and SEO optimization of your website My only dislike in the book is the not overwhelming but freuent references to visit a website owned by one of the authors which specializes in book marketing services Other guides I've read freuently do the same but generally the links take you back to the publisher's website where they host the content I have no knowledge why they chose to host the reference material where they did but personally I do not like being sent to a website that sells services to get reference material Others may feel different Despite the links I highly recommend this book While personally after several years in the field I found a lot of the information too beginner ish for lack of better term it contained however than enough information to make it worth my while I have already begun to make changes to my marketing strategies because of this book I look forward to greater success because of it


  3. Emily Emily says:

    Comprehensive how to book written with flairThis was a very thorough detailed guide for clueless authors like me who realize that there is a great vast world out there just waiting to get its hands on our brilliant books but that a great chasm stands between us and our readersThe authors of this book present a vast amount of information and resources laying everything out in a format that is organized step by step and personable Also helpful are suggestions on how to prioritize time with so many options and reminders of basic nettiuette Internet manners What might seem a dry or intimidating subject is made lucid and the material is underscored with humorAn index would have been useful to have in this book particularly since many of the terms crop up in multiple chapters I was also surprised that no mention of Pinterest was made the inference I made being that it must not be terribly useful to authors despite its burgeoning popularityFor me personally Chapter Four's instructions on building a web site and incorporating a blog were confusing I spent several hours reading the same information in the book on the web site and fiddling around with the host sites wordpress etc and growing very confused and frustrated Eventually I solicited the help of someone who knows a little than I do about this and he fared a little better but not much in advancing the construction of the web site Perhaps it was just me but because this is such a fundamental step in the marketing process I got bogged down here All in all How to Market a Book is extremely enlightening and helpful and I would and will recommend this book to other authorsThis book came into my possession through a Goodreads giveaway


  4. Lucia Kuhl Lucia Kuhl says:

    If I could give this book 10 stars I would I have read a number of books on marketing for authors and they have all been helpful but this was the best The first piece gave me an overview of what I needed to do and why The second piece provided small step by step directions to setting up my social media accounts and the third piece explained what to actually do with it once I had it all set up I went from totally confused to this is almost a piece of cake in less than a week I am so thankful for this book The instructions were clear There were helpful links in the book It turned me on to ideas and avenues I would have never thought of or I had explored and didn’t understandMore than worth the money


  5. Tim Rettig Tim Rettig says:

    I would have appreciated some detailed tips I must admit that my background is in marketing though For authors who need very basic tips on marketing this book is very useful However for me the book provides a very useful list of internet platforms It gave me good inspiration for new ideas in terms of which websites to useOverall I would recommend this book to authors for who are inexperienced in terms of marketing and for authors who are always on the lookout for new websites they can utilize


  6. Nday Nday Nday Nday says:

    Lol Finish this thin book in than one month But it isn't because this book is boring uite the reverse This book is lightly informative communicative and useful for every writer who want to make their book become virtually popular This book give you many information about many social media and website that will be great as tools to promote your book right in your room It will lead you to the realization of how beneficial social medias are if you use it to its maximum This will makes you takes your social networking seriously for promotion It's useful book


  7. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    This is a must read if you wish to publish a book or should I say if you wish to publish a book that sells It is not a book manager's job to set up your social media sites interact with potential readers and issue a call to action Your book deserves to have an audience and How to Market a Book will help you attract that enthusiastic group and move them to purchase your book Take a few hours and read through this valuable resource then get to work


  8. Mark Mark says:

    This book provides an excellent overview of the myriad of uestions that authors both self published and traditionally published might have regarding how to as you might guess from the title market their book Complete with step by step walk through procedures of the many options available for writers to take advantage of and detailed and handy screen shots this book is a wonderful resource for both beginning and seasoned writers alike


  9. Andy Nieradko Andy Nieradko says:

    Absolutely brilliant What makes this book so great is that it explains how the marketing experience used to operate how that differs from where it's headed in the future and arms the readerauthor with a ton of tools they can start using today The authors have done a fantastic job of creating an empowering easy to understand book


  10. Patricia Eddy Patricia Eddy says:

    Not a bad resource Better for those who are overwhelmed and mystified by Twitter and Facebook but even though I've been on both for years and already had my own website there were still some good tips on here


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10 thoughts on “How To Market A Book

  1. Kelsye Nelson Kelsye Nelson says:

    Practical straight forward and easy to implement advice for writers self and traditionally published looking for book marketing help

  2. Glenn Skinner Glenn Skinner says:

    I purchased an e book copy of this book but before I finished reading it I had the opportunity to receive a free signed copy and took the opportunity This was a book I knew I wanted to add to my collection With that said How to Market a Book is a straight forward no nonsense guide to book marketing Whether it's your first book or in my case fourth this book has something for everyone Even if you have never attempted social media or marketing this guide takes your hand and walks you through the process in a plain talk straight forward approach It's obvious the two authors know their subject matter To borrow a line from the book the first line for Twitter reads as follows We know we know The moment you saw the title you rolled your eyes I can totally relate as I have seen it myself so often The authors then go on to give clear compelling reasons why people need to look past their preconceptions and step forwardThe subject matter of the book is arranged in an easy to read progressive order I was highly impressed with the sections on doing your own keyword analysis and SEO optimization of your website My only dislike in the book is the not overwhelming but freuent references to visit a website owned by one of the authors which specializes in book marketing services Other guides I've read freuently do the same but generally the links take you back to the publisher's website where they host the content I have no knowledge why they chose to host the reference material where they did but personally I do not like being sent to a website that sells services to get reference material Others may feel different Despite the links I highly recommend this book While personally after several years in the field I found a lot of the information too beginner ish for lack of better term it contained however than enough information to make it worth my while I have already begun to make changes to my marketing strategies because of this book I look forward to greater success because of it

  3. Emily Emily says:

    Comprehensive how to book written with flairThis was a very thorough detailed guide for clueless authors like me who realize that there is a great vast world out there just waiting to get its hands on our brilliant books but that a great chasm stands between us and our readersThe authors of this book present a vast amount of information and resources laying everything out in a format that is organized step by step and personable Also helpful are suggestions on how to prioritize time with so many options and reminders of basic nettiuette Internet manners What might seem a dry or intimidating subject is made lucid and the material is underscored with humorAn index would have been useful to have in this book particularly since many of the terms crop up in multiple chapters I was also surprised that no mention of Pinterest was made the inference I made being that it must not be terribly useful to authors despite its burgeoning popularityFor me personally Chapter Four's instructions on building a web site and incorporating a blog were confusing I spent several hours reading the same information in the book on the web site and fiddling around with the host sites wordpress etc and growing very confused and frustrated Eventually I solicited the help of someone who knows a little than I do about this and he fared a little better but not much in advancing the construction of the web site Perhaps it was just me but because this is such a fundamental step in the marketing process I got bogged down here All in all How to Market a Book is extremely enlightening and helpful and I would and will recommend this book to other authorsThis book came into my possession through a Goodreads giveaway

  4. Lucia Kuhl Lucia Kuhl says:

    If I could give this book 10 stars I would I have read a number of books on marketing for authors and they have all been helpful but this was the best The first piece gave me an overview of what I needed to do and why The second piece provided small step by step directions to setting up my social media accounts and the third piece explained what to actually do with it once I had it all set up I went from totally confused to this is almost a piece of cake in less than a week I am so thankful for this book The instructions were clear There were helpful links in the book It turned me on to ideas and avenues I would have never thought of or I had explored and didn’t understandMore than worth the money

  5. Tim Rettig Tim Rettig says:

    I would have appreciated some detailed tips I must admit that my background is in marketing though For authors who need very basic tips on marketing this book is very useful However for me the book provides a very useful list of internet platforms It gave me good inspiration for new ideas in terms of which websites to useOverall I would recommend this book to authors for who are inexperienced in terms of marketing and for authors who are always on the lookout for new websites they can utilize

  6. Nday Nday Nday Nday says:

    Lol Finish this thin book in than one month But it isn't because this book is boring uite the reverse This book is lightly informative communicative and useful for every writer who want to make their book become virtually popular This book give you many information about many social media and website that will be great as tools to promote your book right in your room It will lead you to the realization of how beneficial social medias are if you use it to its maximum This will makes you takes your social networking seriously for promotion It's useful book

  7. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    This is a must read if you wish to publish a book or should I say if you wish to publish a book that sells It is not a book manager's job to set up your social media sites interact with potential readers and issue a call to action Your book deserves to have an audience and How to Market a Book will help you attract that enthusiastic group and move them to purchase your book Take a few hours and read through this valuable resource then get to work

  8. Mark Mark says:

    This book provides an excellent overview of the myriad of uestions that authors both self published and traditionally published might have regarding how to as you might guess from the title market their book Complete with step by step walk through procedures of the many options available for writers to take advantage of and detailed and handy screen shots this book is a wonderful resource for both beginning and seasoned writers alike

  9. Andy Nieradko Andy Nieradko says:

    Absolutely brilliant What makes this book so great is that it explains how the marketing experience used to operate how that differs from where it's headed in the future and arms the readerauthor with a ton of tools they can start using today The authors have done a fantastic job of creating an empowering easy to understand book

  10. Patricia Eddy Patricia Eddy says:

    Not a bad resource Better for those who are overwhelmed and mystified by Twitter and Facebook but even though I've been on both for years and already had my own website there were still some good tips on here

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