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Tag Archives | Book Promotion

Authors: Piracy is Not Your Enemy

Many authors are terrified that someone will steal their work. They don’t realize their true enemy is obscurity not piracy.

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7 Things Santa Can Teach Us About Book Marketing

Santa can teach authors a lot about book marketing. How to dress well is not one of them.

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30 Christian Literary Agents to Follow on Twitter

We’ve compiled a list of the top Christian literary agents on Twitter. It’s time to get connected.

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How to Market Your Book on Pinterest

Pinterest gives you the opportunity of a large following that will quickly and easily. Learn how to use Pinterest to boost your platform.

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8 Ways Authors Can Use Goodreads to Promote Their Book

Goodreads is one of the most effective places for authors to market their books. Learn easy ways to use GoodReads to sell more books and get more readers.

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Do You Want Free Books?

We’ll show you how to become a book blogger and get free books.

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The Book Marketing Strategy Every Author Must Implement

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Learn the book marketing strategy that brought one author’s book into the hands of national talk show hosts…and landed him in their book club.

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7 Reasons Why MailChimp is Better than Constant Contact for Author Newsletters

Constant Contact is the most popular solution for author newsletters. But is it the best? Here are 7 reasons why I prefer Mail Chimp to Constant Contact.

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How to Use Twitter to Supercharge Your Book Launch

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Book signings just got easier. Use Twitter to supercharge the event and bring your readers to you. We’ll tell you how.

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89 Book Marketing Ideas That Will Change Your Life

Fresh out of ideas on how to help your writing take off? You’re in luck. We’ve compiled a list of 89 book marketing ideas that will change your life, build your brand, and sell your book.

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