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How to Use Swag to Support Your Book Marketing

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Today’s guest post is by author Dawn Reno Langley (@proflangley) of Rewired Creatives.

More than a million books are published every year, and whether you go traditional or indie, you have a lot of competition. Marketing your book falls squarely on your shoulders no matter where on the publishing spectrum you fall—so you need to how to get the most for your buck. “Book swag” is a proven tool for gathering readers and devoted followers.

So, what’s swag?

Any kind of material used to market your book is considered swag—including little giveaway items that remind readers of your work. Book swag comes in many shapes and sizes, ranging from the basic paper bookmark to personalized bottles of expensive champagne. Some readers collect magnets that depict book cover art. Crafters design keychains featuring book covers or author photographs. Collectors treasure the subject-specific book swag, such as personalized candles, jewelry, or handbags.

When to use swag

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1 Comment

  1. Reblogged this on Author Don Massenzio and commented:
    Check out this post from the How to eBook blog with How to Use Swag to Support Your Book Marketing

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