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- Publisher: Open Horizons Publishing; 6th Edition edition (December 10, 2014)
- Publication Date: December 10, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00QVOGGCK
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1001 Ways to Market Your Books: Includes over 1000 proven marketing tips for authors and publishers. Now you can take a more active role in marketing your books. Kindle Edition
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This review is from: 1001 Ways to Market Your Books (1001 Ways to Market Your Books: For Authors and Publishers) (Paperback)
I have two words to describe this book: BLOWN AWAY, MUST BUY, ENCLOPEDIC MARKETING, okay multiple two word phrases because just one set of two word phrases does not do this book justice.
I have purchased a lot of books on Amazon on how to promote my book. Interestingly enough, they all have differing suggestions that are original and all of them have been useful. If your budget is limited then you need to buy this book. I am truly beyond impressed by this book. I did not get paid to write this review, I don't know the author but I have to give credit where credit is due. You need to buy this book if you are serious about marketing your book. And you need to be serious about marketing your book because it just won't sell if you don't spend serious time studying and working on marketing your book.
John Wilder, marriage, relationship and sexual coach, and author of a book soon to be published on Kindle on How to Stop Fighting With Your Spouse and improve your love life
This book is, by far, the best book I have found on book marketing. For a promoter or author to attempt to market a book without first researching how to go about it, would be insane, and that research should begin right here. There are many books available on this topic, but none so comprehensive as this one.
Kremer's book goes far beyond the basics of giving you a few pointers on how to market your book. Let's face it, no matter how incredible your book might be, if no one ever reads it, your work is lost. This book will arm the writer with information on what they can do to insure their own success. Don't make the mistake so many authors make of leaving their success up to someone else.
Here you'll learn not only about marketing your book, but how to construct a top notch publicity campaign, various ways to promote your book, the best way to advertise, gaining distribution, and even how to capitalize on your writing after your book is published.
In short, if you are a writer or publisher, you HAVE TO HAVE this book. To attempt to market your book without it would be like running a race with cement shoes.
First of all-- I have to say Im one of the most frugal people I know. I want to get a value for anything that I purchase. This book has 700 pages of great marketing ideas. It doesnt matter whether you are a beginner or experienced author or publisher in book marketing, you WILL find a new marketing ideas, and refine some of your current marketing.
Hope this helps.
K. Patrice Williams (Author, Publisher, Business Consultant)
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Writing a book is easy. Getting it out there is hard. It's a challenge for both the big, small and self-publisher alike. 10% of your time and energy goes into creating your masterpiece, 90% goes into bringing it to the masses.
In 1001 Ways to Market Your Books, author and publisher John Kremer walks you through step-by-step 1001 effective methods to market your book.
This doesn't read like a manual or some textbook. Kremer's professional yet personable writing style keeps you interested and forces you to pay attention to everything he has to say.
This book is so dense that you can't just read it once then call it good. It's a resource, which means it's meant to be visited each time you publish a book so you can pull out some of the 1001 marketing methods offered.
Don't try doing all 1001 things suggested in this book all for one title. It won't work. Kremer even says so in the opening pages. The idea is to cater to your particular book's needs and find the marketing methods that work for that specific title.
Kremer backs up his info with industry stats, gives examples of what's worked for some publishers and what's failed for others.
Take notes while you read it. Even jot down in separate columns on a loose sheet of paper what ideas would work for the titles in your company's catalogue and mark down the page number in Kremer's book for each.
This is a book every serious publisher needs to have on their shelf. More importantly, it's a book they need to use.