This latest blog series has explored unique ways of marketing books. Traditional promotion and book marketing is great—and you should do so in combination with these unique means of promotion to ensure your book attracts all the attention you can get. Book marketing for self-published authors can seem daunting at first, but with a mix of traditional and unique promotional efforts, sales should increase. The more people who see your book, the more copies you’ll sell to eager readers.
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A book fair (sometimes known as a book festival) is an event that showcases authors and recently published books and connects the publishing world to readers of the public.
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In our latest blog series, we’ve been exploring unique ways to promote self-published work: book clubs, book reviews, and, now, book trailers. DiggyPOD recommends marketing your book in traditional ways (advertisements, social media promotion, etc.), but it’s worth exploring other, lesser utilized avenues. As a writer, use your creativity when promoting your self-published book: create a book trailer.
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Our latest blog series has explored unique ways to promote and sell your book. One way is to get as many book reviews as possible. Another is to get your book into book clubs. Book clubs are a wonderful way to stay active in your reading. They’re groups that meet up strictly for the purpose of discussing literature. They offer members accountability and companionship. There’s more than just reading involved: these clubs demand a closer look, a sharper eye, and a thoughtful reaction to novels, memoirs, essays, and other noteworthy books.
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Our latest blog series is exploring unique ways to promote your self-published book. How can you go above and beyond the traditional marketing methods? One unique way to promote your book and boost your sales is to get as many book reviews as you can. Book reviews and book sales are mutually beneficial for traditional and self-published writers: the more reviews you get, the more likely other readers will purchase your book and those readers in return will review the book. And on and on the cycle continues.This blog will discuss how to get book reviews and why they’re so beneficial for self-published authors.
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Our latest blog series has explored book distribution. So many authors think the hard work stops after they’ve written the book. When you self-publish (or even if you publish with a traditional publishing house), an author’s work is never really done.
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One really exciting and special aspect of being an author is planning book signings. Author events are a great way to promote and sell self-published books.
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Now that you’ve written, self-published, and promoted your book, you need to know how to sell your self-published book. Otherwise, all of that hard work will be wasted.
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Whether you’ve self-published before or this is your first time, knowing how to promote a self-published book online is extremely important for selling books. If you forgo marketing—or don’t put much effort in it—then selling your book will be much harder.
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There are many steps within the publishing process, one of these being the printing of “pre-first editions,” which include galley proofs and advanced reader copies.
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