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The Classic Reference Book for Book Promotion,
This review is from: 1001 Ways to Market Your Books: For Authors and Publishers (Paperback)
John Kremer hits a home run with this spectacular classic reference on how to market books. Whether you are an author or a publisher, this book is a must! Every useful promotional idea you might think of is included here, from the most traditional methods to guerrilla marketing techniques.
In fact, this book is so packed with creative ideas for marketing books that it's easy to make it part of your marketing campaign. Everything from book cover design and redesign tips, to web site listings in directories and search engines, to getting yourself onto television programs (even news programs sell books) is covered. Simply make a commitment to implement two ideas from this book each week for a few months, and watch your sales soar!
What I love the most about 1001 WAYS TO MARKET YOUR BOOKS is the way it inspires me to ask myself, "What am I willing to do to promote my book?" Kremer makes the point that any good book can become successful when it is properly promoted so buyers know what it's about, why they need it, and how they can buy it.
If you are looking for the very best reference on promoting books, look no further. This is it!
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Initial post: Jul 25, 2011 9:15:34 AM PDT
Last edited by the author on Jul 30, 2011 4:34:24 AM PDT
I wished I were told more about the contents with respect to planning and execution of all those ideas, whether the author only sprinkles his book with ideas or even lets the author/publisher focus on his own needs as per the kind of book: fiction or non-ficition, how-to or plain prose etc.
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