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Book Marketing Made Easy: Simple Strategies for Selling Your Nonfiction Book Online Paperback – June 17, 2011
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Top Customer Reviews
I wouldn't have minded so much, if I had just bought the Kindle version at $2.99. I paid full price for a 142-page softcover book that told me nothing new at all. The information is very basic... and if that's what you need, you'll get something out of the book. If you've been following any online marketers for a year or more, you'll have come across these ideas already.
It looked to me as if the book had been intended for the Kindle market, rather than paperback, judging from the strange layout inside the covers. And after paying 14 bucks, I couldn't believe the number of the author's affiliate links sprinkled all through her text. An editor should have caught that (along with odd page numbering and chapter positioning). Lansky is a book marketing pro; I really expected more.
"Book Marketing Made Easy" touches on all the primary ways you can connect with readers online: blogging, social networking, teleseminars, information products, article marketing, and online video. If simply reading this list makes you feel overwhelmed, don't worry. You only have to do one thing at a time, and D'vorah's made that super easy for you. Each chapter contains a list of specific actions you can take, and all you have to do is choose the ones that seem the easiest or sound like the most fun, and your book marketing will soon be rocking and rolling online.
I found information in this book very useful. I learned about the importance of sending thank you notes to show client appreciation, how to use Wordpress categories correctly (I wasn't), how to use blog directories to market your blog, ways to promote your blog offline, and the importance of teleseminars.
This book is so chock-full of good ideas, that you might consider buying it in print. You will want to highlight it and refer back to it time and again.
Each of the major strategies taught in this book can work wonders when consistently applied. Running a helpful blog, for example, can do wonders for your sales. Social networking can be a great way to grow your fan base when you go about it correctly (it's not always a waste of time!). Teleseminars are a great way to make personal contact with your readers and fans and not only make additional sales, but build customer loyalty. Article marketing is a staple of information marketers and it's not going anywhere.
This book gives you the broad strokes of how to do the above successfully (along with other marketing techniques) and is certainly worth $2.99.
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