Who is it For: Any author who wants to create and launch a successful book, or people who chose publishing as a career.
How to Promote and Market Your Book provides concepts, terms, tactics, new techniques and innovative strategies.
What It Will Help You Do: This guide walks you all the way through the development of author’s brand and improving sales. Madi Preda covers a wide range of topics: brainstorming, marketing plans for different genres, figuring out your target market and the right niche, designing a website or a media press kit, dealing with social media, using email marketing and having a launch to be remembered.
What’s Included: This efficient guide includes valuable resources lists, such as book bloggers, publishers, literary agents, newspapers and magazines, independent booksellers, Facebook groups,sites to promote a book, and radio shows for authors. Following the author's lists you can pitch media, request an interview, send newsletters to booksellers, and set up your virtual tour.
in part two of the book, are two comprehensive case studies on marketing and PR campaign, full of smart and efficient ideas, detailed strategies with links, worksheets and checklists. You won’t just receive the information — the case studies will analyze the campaign and the target audience, media pitch and book tour.
How to Promote and Market Your Book by Madi Preda offers a valuable edge and the tools to promote your book and your author's brand.
The author uses personal experience as a publicist , and she takes the time to take you through the all process. Get ready!
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About the Author
About the author: Madi Preda is a freelance publicist, who started doing promotion for books and writers when her husband published his two novels. She created publicity campaigns for many writers, traditional or self published, publicizing more than 50 books within a year of launching her first campaign. Her mission is helping authors to gain more exposure and media coverage through her online marketing campaigns. As a result of her experience she decided to write a practical guide for authors, or aspiring writers, in marketing, explaining step by step how to make a book successful from the manuscript stage to wholesale distribution.