So your next release is almost ready? Great!
Have you started marketing it yet? If not, it’s time to get going on it. As I said last week, when it comes to book marketing, “go big or go home” rings particularly true for indie authors.
Go big or go home with these 10 teases for your next release via @bookgal #gobigorgohome…
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So where do you start? The first thing you’ll want to do is ensure that it’s available as an Amazon pre-order. Why? It gives you a direct link you can start using in your marketing. Share it in everything you do. Because not only can you use it to share with people as you tell them about your book, but it also drives pre-orders, which equates to more sales! And more sales in turn mean more buzz!
Next, you’ll want to be sure that your Amazon book page is going to net you the most hits possible using their internal search algorithms. And you’ll also want to take advantage of our killer tips to get more sales on Amazon.
Once this infrastructure is in place, it’s time to start teasing! Create that buzz – because, honestly, that’s what book marketing is all about. With your next release coming out soon, buzz is the name of the game, and it’s how you stay ahead of the competition. And that’s where this quick start guide will be an invaluable reference for your indie author marketing. It’s got something for you whether your goals are to become one of the most popular indie authors or simply to learn how to sell more books as a pre-release.
10 Killer Ways to Tease Your Next Release
Need more detail on each of these ideas or a sample if what we’re talking about? Be sure to check this post. You’ll see what a lot of successful authors are doing, and why they work well.
#IndieAuthors, ready to #sellmorebooks? @bookgal has some great tips for your next release!
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Great guide for self-publishing and techno dummies like me