Never Be Confused About Book Marketing Again!
My first book was published in 1992. I've been making a full-time living as an author since 2004. I've been blessed to develop a sizable fan base around the world. Now I want to show you the foundational marketing principles that helped me get there.
Here's what you'll get inside this book:
Three Simple Steps to Effective Book Marketing
Everyone thinks marketing and sales are confusing and complicated. They really aren't. This chapter makes it easy to wrap your brain around. Get these three steps and you'll never be confused about book marketing again.
The Power of Goal Setting: A Foolproof Plan for Reaching Your Book Marketing Aspirations Faster
Tired of spinning your wheels when promoting your books and building your career as an author? Stop wandering aimlessly and start taking control with this simple goal-setting checklist. You have power when you know where you're going!
The First Five Steps to Marketing (and Profiting From) Your Book
This is the foundation upon which all of your book marketing activities should be built. If you don't understand these five basic truths, you will continue to struggle. Get the lowdown in this crucial chapter.
Nine Essential Keys to Book Marketing Success
In this chapter I give you some of the most potent secrets that have lead to my success as a full-time author. Use these tips to build your personal brand, attract fans, and sell more books.
Confessions of a Full-Time Author: Seven Strategies I Used to Reach Success as an Indie Author
Here I share some key turning points from my early days of publishing and promoting books. And as always, I will poke and prod you to take the principles that worked for me and make them your own.
Book excerpt from Mega Book Publicity: 5 Steps to Getting Free Media Exposure for Your Books.
Book excerpt from Book Marketing Online: The Guerrilla Guide to Building Your Author Platform.
This book is overflowing with incredibly useful information that will help you get on friendly terms with marketing, attract fans, and sell more books.