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How to Use the Holidays to Sell More Books — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis: Written word media recently published a great post with ideas on how to take advantage of holiday marketing trends to sell your books. With Christmas fast approaching, I figured this is a great time to have a look at the main points: 1. Between mid-November and early January, everyone…

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Watch “A Glimpse Into The Future Of Book Sales. Joanna Penn Speaking at Digital Commerce Summit 2016” on YouTube

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What Pinterest’s New Trending Features Could Mean for Its Revenue Strategy — Fortune

Pinterest, a service known for its virtual scrapbooks and bills itself as a digital catalog, has created a new destination within its realm for finding and sharing even more ideas and images. Dubbed Pinterest Explore, the section will include the top pinned ideas each day as well as content and videos from major publishers, such…

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Watch “Writing A Book For The First Time?” on YouTube

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What is your literary challenge for the month? #marketing #writing #reading #publishing #November

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When and How To Get Book Reviews – Without Having to Beg or Bribe! 

When and How To Get Book Reviews – Without Having to Beg or Bribe! 

I recently asked my Instagram community to share their book marketing questions, and I received quite a few requests regarding book reviews. This is actually a pretty big subject because today, more than ever, we have so many review options available. And this only makes it all the more overwhelming, right? 

Well, today I’ll not only give you clarity on the process but also give you some practical and helpful information so you can put them into practice for your own book.

But first I have to address something: there is no quick fix or surefire tactic to getting book reviews. I don’t want to sound like Debby Downer (wa waaa) but this is actually a good thing. Why, you ask? Because working on book reviews isn’t something that you do to just check it off a to-do list. For you to see the full power of gaining book reviews, you need to approach it with intention and purpose

https://www.mixtusmedia.com/blog/when-and-how-to-get-book-reviews-without-having-to-beg-or-bribe

Watch “#Writing Fiction – Plotting a Page Turner” on YouTube

Watch “Finding New Readers” on YouTube

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[INFOGRAPHIC] Small Business Sales Tips For A Banner Black Friday — #21CenturyAuthor #bookpromo

Even as an author, you’re still considered a small business and some of these tips were awesome to work with to increase book sales over the next couple of months.

I always keep an open mind and try to find other ways to sell books.

Check these out and see how you use them and then come back and share what you did! We’d love to know!

Black Friday is one of the biggest shopping days of the year, so you’ll want to make sure your small business is able to take advantage of the holiday and bring in lots of customers. This article was written by Gillian Kruse of Examiner.com for CBS Small Business Pulse.

via [INFOGRAPHIC] Small Business Sales Tips For A Banner Black Friday — CBS Detroit

7 Killer Ways to Promote your Romance Novel By Sandra Beckwith via @RomanceUniv #21stCenturyAuthor

Just in case you missed this awesome article this is a repost you must read!

7 Killer Ways to Promote your Romance Novel By Sandra Beckwith

With a tagline like “Do-it-yourself book marketing tips, tools, and tacticsSandra Beckwith was a shoe-in for a post with Romance University! Take it away Sandra!

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READ MORE: http://romanceuniversity.org/2016/03/02/7-killer-ways-to-promote-your-romance-novel-by-sandra-beckwith/