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Buzz-Based Book Marketing


Once upon a time, people went to bookstores when they wanted to buy a book. Or at least, that was the theory.

Sell Your Book At Book Fairs, Festivals & Trade Shows


Play a bigger game with your book sales by expanding your audiences at local or nonlocal book fairs, festivals or trade shows. Can't afford a booth or table, rent a space on someone else's table and volunteer to be back for their book.

Sell Your Book with Pennies


Imagine you share a huge penny jar with each of your potential readers. Every interaction with a reader either adds or subtracts pennies from the jar.

Increase Book Sales: When a Book is No Longer Just a Book for Sale


Do you have books sitting in your garage that you haven't sold yet and looking for ways to move them? Then you will want to know about these five outrageous ideas that aren't difficult and can be just plain out fun. Dede Hall, author of The Starving Student's Cookbook had very poor sales for her books.

Seven Really Truly Unique Ways to Sell More Books


These marketing tips aren't for the weak at heart. Use discretion and know where the ego and self-promotion boundary stands for you.

Top Ten Ways to Promote Your Books Through Flyers


A flyer is an excellent, inexpensive way to promote your book. What makes one flyer so much better than another? Use these top10 tips to make your flyer stand out from the crowd.

Make your Book Stand Out From the Crowd: Know your Audience


Most authors say, "Everyone will want my book, and when I take it to Oprah, it will sell millions, and I'll make millions, too." Not exactly true.

Sell More Books With Your Sparkling Introduction


Why write an introduction? Nobody reads it anyway. Up until now, this opinion has had clout.

Three Powerful Tips on Selecting a Book Topic that Sells


The topic of your book or eBook counts-big time. Which would you buy-The Art of Kissing or The Art of Courtship? The kissing book sold over 60,500 while the other sold only 17,500 copies.

Top 10 Tips for Book Titles that Sell Well


A clever title is great if it is clear, but a clear title is always preferable. The best? A clear and clever title.

Ten Ways to Make Your Book Outsell Another


Wouldn't you rather write a book that sells well than be stuck with unsold inventory? When you plan ahead with the 10 tips below, you will sell thousands rather than hundreds of your unique and important information or inspirational products. 1.

Why Should I Buy your Book?


How would you like to have countless people clamoring for your books and willing to visit your Web site to buy them? Most entrepreneurs wait until their Web site is designed before they think about marketing their products on it. What a shame! When someone asks you about your book, maybe you've said, "My book is about?.

How a Book is Born: One Authors Story


Not all books come out whole, all at once. In fact, most books ease out little by little.

Top 10 Ways to Know your Book Concept will Sell--Before you Invest Time and Money


Make your book stand out from the crowd! Test your book's significance, find your market before you write, and treat your book as part of your business. 1.

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