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Chelsea Richards, March/April 2021
How to Pivot Your Book Launch Strategy Online »

PUBLISHED MARCH/APRIL 2021 by Chelsea Richards — A guide to help you to plan, promote, and execute a successful and engaging virtual book launch. Over the past year, we have learned how to adapt to our highly virtual world and create meaningful connections despite the distance. Authors are finding new and creative ways to reach …

Deb Vanasse, March/April 2021
Roadmap to Author Platforms »

PUBLISHED MARCH/APRIL 2021 by Deb Vanasse, Reporter, IBPA Independent magazine — Publishers can help their authors with where to start, which direction to go, how to navigate the curves, and which roadblocks to avoid when building a platform. Synopsis: A platform helps authors reach buyers, but it involves more than that. An author platform is …

Bruce Harpham, November/December 2020
Why Authors Need to Develop a Book Marketing Habit »

PUBLISHED NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2020 by Bruce Harpham, Marketing Consultant, BooksGoSocial — Marketing Consultant Bruce Harpham walks through the actions authors should take in order to build an audience of readers and contacts who can help them sell their books. Selling books requires a consistent marketing effort by the author. You’ve probably heard that claim before. The …

Justin Oldham, September/October 2020
Adding Empathy to Your Book Advertising »

PUBLISHED SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2020 by Justin Oldham, Co-owner, Shadow Fusion — How the pandemic caused publishing company Shadow Fusion to re-examine the way they package and market their products. In good times or bad, independent book publishers of every stripe have to decide how they will introduce their wares to prospective customers. They can hype, emphasize, …

Meghan Harvey, July/August 2019
Content Marketing: Turning a One-Night Stand into a Relationship »

PUBLISHED JULY/AUGUST 2019 by Meghan Harvey, Executive Director of Independent Publishing, Girl Friday Productions — How to use your book’s content as a blueprint for marketing. When you publish a book and do the hard work to get readers to find it, do you want your relationship with that reader to end at the last …

Laurence O'Bryan, November/December 2018
Collaborative Digital Marketing: A Potential Solution to Soul-Sucking Promotion »

PUBLISHED NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2018 by Laurence O’Bryan, Author & Founder of BooksGoSocial — A new marketing approach authors can adopt to increase their own books sales as well as other indie titles. One of the many challenges facing writers in our new age of broken barriers and floods of books is how far we all go …

Kelly Abbott, January/February 2018
It’s All About the Hustle: 5 Ways to Promote Your Work »

PUBLISHED JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2018 by Kelly Abbott, CEO, Great Jones Street — When it comes to writing, it’s not enough to be good. Often, what differentiates a good writer from a great one is the hustle, or relentless pursuit and promotion of one’s craft. 1. Social Media From LinkedIn to Facebook to Snapchat, leveraging social media …

Brian Feinblum, January/February 2018
How to Get 1 Million Page Views »

PUBLISHED JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2018 by Brian Feinblum, Chief Marketing Officer, MEDIA CONNECT — Many authors want to sell lots of books, get media attention, win awards, hit a bestseller list, and impact society with their books. Lots of writers will employ a social media strategy that contributes to marketing their books and promoting their brand. Can …

Michele DeFilippo, November 2017
An Author Website Is the Cornerstone of An Author’s Platform »

PUBLISHED NOVEMBER 2017 by Michele DeFilippo, Owner, 1106 Design — With literally millions of books for sale online, a book marketing strategy is more important than ever. You should be thinking about marketing your book even as you finish up your manuscript, and your marketing plan should include building your author platform. An established platform …

Julia Schopick, September 2017
Commenting: An Underused Way to Promote Your Books Online »

PUBLISHED SEPTEMBER 2017 by Julia Schopick, Author and Book Promotion Consultant — In my previous IBPA columns, I shared concrete ways to use my two favorite promotional venues—radio and Facebook—to educate your potential readers and sell books. I also discussed ways to use the two promotional methods in tandem for added effect. In this column, …

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