In this episode, we talk about how to reduce book marketing liabilities and develop assets. The more assets you have, the easier books are to sell.
In this episode, we talk about Amazon’s brick and mortar bookstores, the future of paper books, and how they affect you as an author.
The more you understand how readers find, and how and why they buy books on Amazon, the more books you’re going to sell. And to help us dive deep into the subject is today’s guest, Alex Newton, the CEO and Founder of K-Lytics.com
Should you blog your book ahead of time? Recently, there have been several blog posts saying it’s a bad idea. This advice can cripple authors. Here is the right way to blog your book ahead of time.
In this episode, we are going to talk about a few of the myths and lies writers are prone to believe which can derail us or send us in wrong directions or keep us from going in the direction we should be headed.
In this episode, we talk about how to build your email list before your book comes out. The key is short stories, they can help your marketing in more ways than just growing your email list.
In this episode, we talk about connecting with anyone in the world that you want to. In the last two episodes, we talked about why Word of Mouth is not working and How to Make Word of Mouth Work for You by connecting with Mavens, Connectors, and Salespeople. But HOW do you meet these people?
In this episode, we talk about how you can make Word of Mouth work for you. Spoiler Alert: some people are more important to spreading your idea than others. Find out who those people are and how to reach them.