• Ann Marie Bryan

Marketing Your Books


Book Marketing Getting your book(s) in the hands of readers.

Identifying Your Target Readers This is very important. Knowing your audience means you can adapt the content of your writing to address their main concerns. Here are ways to promote your book:

1. Building a network of supporters

Social networking - Build social media following - Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, YouTube, Snapchat, Google+, Linkedin, etc. Be consistent across all platforms

Personal networking - Get mentioned in email blasts, Share on Facebook.

2. Building a Promotional Calendar


Duration - Yearly, Monthly, Daily

Timing – Seasonal, Annual events, Holidays, Limited Time Offer, 1-day sale

Track Results

Assess past performance


3. Designing Book Flyers


Microsoft Publisher

Canva


4. Do Author Events


Book signings

Book Club/Group Discussions

Guest blogging or contribute to web forums

Podcasting

Donate/Sponsor an event

Develop a workshop/webinars based on your book content

Author interviews

Giveaways (Blog, Amazon, Goodreads, etc)

Promotions with other authors

Virtual Book Tours/Blog Hop

Get you book in bookstores and libraries

Attend networking events, conferences, book festival, and expos


5. More Ideas


Update your email signature (website & social media links)

Join Facebook groups

Create a Facebook group

Get book reviews

Create book trailers and online videos

Developing a mailing list

Create a newsletter (Use MailChimp or Constant Contact)

Offer sample chapters of your book as free downloads.

Do pre-orders

Bundle packaging

Write a series

Create a blog


I would love to hear from you. What strategies would you suggest?


Ann Marie Bryan CEO & Founder, Victorious By Design Author, Encounters of the Heart series www.annmariebryan.com www.victoriousbydesign.com

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