Proven Marketing Plan Delivers Average of 1400 Potential Customers to Author’s Website Every 30 Days
Invest Just 30 Minutes Per Day to See Similar Results for Your Book Sales
82% of book authors polled have said that they do not do any book marketing whatsoever.
When queried further, there were several reasons given to explain why book authors avoid marketing their books:
Don’t know where to start;
It takes too much time;
The book seller does the marketing for them;
Most marketing guides only give them a list of websites they can use to advertise their free book giveaways;
They have never seen enough new sales from the process to justify spending more money on advertising.
There are two things that I would like to address about this list, before we continue…
A few free or paid ads are not a marketing strategy;
A real marketing strategy will reach beyond just a few websites, and it will continue to deliver new customers and book sales for years to come.
A Successful Marketing Plan Has Many Levels To It
I know that this is material that most people are not teaching…
Your external marketing plan should pique the interest of your future buyers, and it should create an interest in you and the books you create.
Your internal marketing plan should focus on selling your individual books, and it should create the desire for people to buy other books you have created or will create in the future.
In other words, your goal is to:
Bring new consumers into your circle of influence;
Convince people to keep coming back for more.
Control Your Own Destiny
This is the dream that many of us possess…
In fact, who among us would give up time with our family, weekends with friends, and time on the lake or at the beach, if we didn’t have the drive to spill our thoughts onto paper to share with the world?
At a certain level, it is the desire for a different kind of lifestyle that causes us to get up in the morning to peck on the keyboard, skip dinner with friends or family outings to the lake.
We desire something greater than what we have now…
Which boggles the mind as to why someone would toil for months or years to create their book, then put it on the shelf at Amazon and hope for the best…
Greatness Is Seldom The Result of Dumb Luck, But Rather The Result of Concentrated & Focused Effort
A single paid advertisement is nothing more than a temporary tactic to deliver a few potential buyers to your book’s sales page.
A real marketing plan is a long-term strategy to deliver hoards of potential buyers to all of your books over a longer period of time.
A real marketing strategy begins with one simple idea…
Instead of advertising one or a dozen sales pages for your books, concentrate and focus your energy to advertise one page that creates an interest in your book or books…
Create an author’s website, from where you can tell the world about all of your books – even if you only have one book.
Use your author’s website to test new and different ways to create consumer interest in your book or books, or in you as the author.
On your book’s sales page at the book seller’s website, you want to focus on selling your book.
Your Marketing Should Focus on the Wants and Needs of the People Who Want to Buy Your Books
Your book’s sales page will focus on selling your book.
Your author’s website will focus on attracting the people who will want to buy your book.
On your author’s website, you can explore several approaches to attract the people who are most likely to click the buy button on your book’s sales page.
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