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5 Big Blogger Complaints That Affect Your Book Promotion by Penny Sansevieri

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5 Big Blogger Complaints That Affect Your Book Promotion by Penny Sansevieri

Bloggers are key influencers in today’s buyer market and should play a pretty consistent role in your book promotion efforts.

That being said, it’s usually a lot of work, takes real finesse, and forces you to develop a thick skin and come to terms with the fact that all authors hear ‘no,’ even the most successful ones.

But you won’t hear ‘yes’ without the same efforts that also produce the ‘no’s’.

So a successful collaboration with a blogger who already has the eyes of hundreds or thousands of individuals in your target buyer market is not an opportunity you want to throw away. (After you finish this article, go here for more ideas on how to find and pitch book bloggers.)

Since we’ve now (hopefully) come to terms with the fact that you need to be researching and pitching bloggers as part of your book promotion plan, I want to give you some tips based on some of the biggest blogger complaints that will definitely affect your chances of getting a ‘yes’ next time.

 

read more: https://www.amarketingexpert.com/blogger-complaints-book-promotion/


2 Comments

  1. Reblogged this on Author Don Massenzio and commented:
    Check out this post from the How to eBook blog with 5 Big Blogger Complaints That Affect Your Book Promotion

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