How to Plan for Book Marketing Success, Maximize Your Book’s Profit Potential, and Make Big Waves With Your Book Launch
“A marketing plan for your book? Isn’t that a lot of work? Is it even worth doing?”
You need a marketing plan, no matter what kind of books you’re publishing.
- Feeling overwhelmed?
A marketing plan can help you get control
- Confused and disorganized?
Your marketing plan will help keep you on track
- Don’t know which parts to do yourself?
The plan shows where you may need help
- Haven’t thought about actually selling your book?
The plan forces you to focus on the benefits to readers
- Don’t have marketing partners?
Your plan will encourage you to connect with others in your network
- No clue what you’ve spent?
A marketing plan helps to control costs so your money isn’t dribbling away
- Wondering what to do first?
The plan creates a timeline for your activities
- Need to communicate your plans? Your marketing plan gives you a document to share with partners
- Keep forgetting those great marketing ideas?
Your plan will make sure you don’t overlook opportunities
Here’s a Webinar that will Get Your Started
Date: September 4, 2012
Time: 4:00 – 5:30 p.m. Pacific Time (click here to find out the time in your location)
Joel Friedlander, The Book Designer
When authors get started publishing their own books, the biggest obstacle they face is learning to think like a book publisher. A publisher wouldn’t think of putting out a book without a plan to make it a success, and neither should you.
Join me for a 90-minute session that shows you how to create a real marketing plan for your book. With a plan you’ll have a much greater chance to succeed because you don’t want to just throw that book you’ve worked on so hard into the market and cross your fingers, hoping someone will like it, do you? I’ll show you how to brainstorm marketing opportunities, organize your efforts, plan the course of attack, and much much more.
You should attend if…
- You are thinking about getting into self-publishing
- You’ve already published a book but you’re disappointed with your sales
- You want to give your book the best chance of success
- You’ve got a great social media fan base but don’t know how to utilize it
- You want to know what’s involved in book marketing and what it costs
Here’s What You’ll Learn:
When to start your book marketing efforts
How to use book reviews as part of your plan
A great way to brainstorm sales opportunities
The role of author branding in marketing your book
The 3 things you must have in your media kit
6 ways to sell books without bookstores
The 7 hallmarks of books that sell
How to create a query letter that will get reviewers on your side
The 3 ways a blog tour can make your book a viral sensation
Using peer review to ramp up your marketing even before the book comes out
But that’s not all…
You also get:
- A link to download the complete webinar for replay and further study
- A link to download an MP3 audio version of the webinar so you can listen to it on the go
- A complete transcript of the webinar that you can search or print out and use for making notes
- Worksheets, questionnaires and samples to help get you up to speed fast
- A PDF of the slides used during the webinar. These are great for doing a quick review without having to watch the video. That’s a time saver.
Get Your Questions Answered—Guaranteed!
This webinar will pack a tremendous amount of information into a one-hour presentation. Following the presentation, I’ll be answering as many questions as possible in the 30 minute Q&A session following.
And if there are more questions than we can handle, I’m going to sit down right afterwards and answer all the rest of the questions which I’ll post for you the next day.
Your questions will be answered—I guarantee it!
Come and join me for this great live event
This will be the best 90-minute investment in your book’s potential that you can make. Here’s the plan:
1. Attend the webinar.
Take lots of notes, but don’t worry because you’ll also get handouts to use after the webinar.
2. Come up with an action plan.
Using the steps described in the webinar, pick the steps that will work best for you and your book.
3. Apply what you.
This is where you take what you’ve learned and apply it to your book, your readers and your goals for making your self-published book a success.
Click the button below to register now:
My Guarantee to You
The Self-Publisher’s Roadmap Webinars are fully guaranteed. I’m so sure you’re going to get massive value from this presentation and other materials that I’m happy to guarantee your $47 registration fee for a full 30 days. If within that period you feel I didn’t follow through on what was promised, just let me know and you’ll receive a complete refund.
What People Have to Say
“I cannot say enough about Joel. Every day I’m in awe at how he shows one how to make the self-publishing process simple. Quit Pulling Out Your Hair! Get yourself a wig and know that you can reach your literary goal with Joel.”
—Sylvia Hubbard, founder of The Michigan Literary Network, Detroit, MI
“I have been able to go from being stuck and not knowing what to do with my completed manuscript, to having a well-prepared book that is ready for self-pub.”
—Margo Gallagher, Petaluma, CA
“My first book, The Book of Palms, just won the IPBA Benjamin Franklin “Book of the Year Awards” Silver Medal for 2011. Without Joel’s help my book would never have been published. Thank you Joel!”
—Tom Millea, Carmel CA
“I’m new to the self publishing arena and I find myself coming back to Joel’s website, information and vast resources time and time again.”
—Annette Elton, Longmont, Colorado
“As a reviewer for BookPleasures.com, I read and reviewed Joel’s book, and I was most impressed by his sincerity. He’s one in the hundreds (perhaps now thousands) with a similar shtick who stands out, and I will stick with him.”
—Moxie Cosmos (aka Karen Dahood), Tucson, AZ
“So you’ve written a book, you’ve published it—now what? If you’re lucky, you find out about Joel. He’s helped me avoid many of the pitfalls of self-publishing, from layout mistakes in ebooks to acting gauche while you’re trying to get the word out.”
—Henning Bauer, San Francisco, CA