You'll Love This Book on Marketing If:
- You are a fiction or non-fiction writer who wants to learn how to sell, market, and promote your book
- You're looking for book-marketing tips, tools, and strategies for promoting and selling your book online or offline
- You want to generate book publicity and secure media interviews
Are you ready to promote and sell your book? When you buy Sell Your Book Like Wildfire, you’ll get the ultimate guide to marketing for writers. Written by marketing expert Rob Eagar, you’ll learn not only how to sell your book, but also how to market and promote your book. Inside you’ll find marketing tips for fiction writers and expert advice on how to:
- Create a brand for yourself that sets your book apart from the competition
- Develop an audience of loyal readers and build community through your author website
- Increase book sales through book-marketing tools
- Generate book publicity through media interviews
- Network with others through social media
- Sell your book using Amazon
- Work with a publisher and what you can expect
- Promote your book through public speaking events and engagements
No matter what level of experience you have or type of writing you do, you’ll find practical advice and clever marketing tips for promoting and selling your book. Ignite the fire within you and hone your marketing skills with Sell Your Book Like Wildfire!
In This Book You'll Learn:
- How to use Amazon to sell more books
- Marketing tips for fiction writers
- How to turn media interviews into book sales
- The principles that can help grow your community
About Rob Eagar:
Rob Eagar is a consultant, author, speaker, and president of WildFire Marketing, a company that helps authors, speakers, and publishers spread their message through innovative marketing strategies. He currently resides in Atlanta, GA.
A Word From The Author:
"This book was written to serve as your personal guide to help you sell more books. In the coming pages, I will dispel a lot of myths and offer a lot of new ideas. However, none of the information will benefit you unless you’re willing to work at marketing your book.
You cannot spend one hour a week on promotional activities and expect to grow. Neither should marketing get limited to only what you do when you’re not writing. If you want to build a bigger following of readers, then marketing should become synonymous with your writing. You engage in both activities together throughout the course of your week and month.
Good writers will tell you that consistency is the key to honing their craft. Likewise, good marketers will tell you that consistency is the key to reaching a larger audience. Therefore, I hope you’ll use this book on a regular basis as a practical guide to help upgrade your marketing efforts and keep you on track." —Rob Eagar
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