This is a replay from a live webinar from Oct. 22, 2015
If you want your book to be a best-seller, you can’t wait for readers to buy it because they might not know how to find you. You need to find THEM, introduce yourself, and let them know about the value you and your book offer. Yet most authors don’t know where to start. I’ve identified more than 30 places online and offline where best-selling authors are finding readers for their books, regardless of genre or topic. I’ll tell you where they are, and exactly what to do to connect and build long-lasting relationships.
Who Should Attend:
- Fiction or Nonfiction Authors who aren’t sure how to identify their target market
- Anyone planning to write a book
- Authors who are ready for a book launch
- Authors whose books have been on the market but aren’t selling
- Publicists, book coaches and virtual assistants who have author clients
You Will Learn:
- How to identify your target market with accuracy and precision
- 9 places in your own community where readers are waiting to meet you
- A place that will do your marketing for you if you agree to speak
- The worst place to sell books and why you shouldn’t waste the majority of your time here
- A super-slick way to let the people you meet stay in touch with you
- 5 ways to find readers on Facebook
- 3 best ways to hunt for them and connect on LinkedIn
And There’s More…
- Where to look for readers in super-narrow niches
- Ideas for finding readers of fantasy, romance, sci-fi, kids’ books, young adults, memoirs and poetry
- Helpful “to do’s” so you reach out to readers once you’ve found them
- 6 places to find traditional journalists, an important part of your target market
- Obscure book review and recommendation sites where niche readers lurk
- 3 ways to spy on your competitors and find THEIR ideal readers
- A clever trick to encourage people to write a review after they buy your book
…..and I’m leaving plenty of time for your questions!
You also get:
The PDF of “31 Places to Sell Books…Other Than Bookstores”
The PDF “103 Calls to Action” that gives you ideas galore on what to tell readers to do once they find you or you find them.
The video replay to watch at your convenience.
The PowerPoint slides I used for the video, great for a quick refresher if you don’t to watch the video again.