We’ve all heard before, “All’s well that ends well.” If you want something to end well, it helps to start well. As you create a strategy to release your book, you must figure out a way to start the daunting marketing journey well. But what do you do to give your book a good start?
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The Book Marketer’s Silver Bullet
By Tim Riordan Wouldn’t it be great if you could discover the silver bullet of marketing success? When I say silver bullet, I’m talking about the cream of the crop, the book marketers’ Mecca, the mother lode for marketers…you get the point. Let’s consider this from another perspective. What if I gave you an option ofContinue reading “The Book Marketer’s Silver Bullet”
Give Your Audience What They Want
There’s a reason why every standard cake as certain basic ingredients. PHOTO CREDIT: DepositPhotos By Milla Holt Somewhere in the world there may be people who would love to eat a peanut butter, egg salad and jellied eel sandwich. Perhaps this is your favorite lunch, and you know you can make the best peanut butter,Continue reading “Give Your Audience What They Want”
I’ve written a book. Now what?
By Tim Riordan I remember that thought going through my mind like it was yesterday. I dreamed of writing books since I was a teenager, but I never considered that there was more to do as an author than just write—a lot more. I have had the privilege of working with authors in a consultingContinue reading “I’ve written a book. Now what?”