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1001 Ways to Market Your Books describes more than 1000 ideas, tips, and suggestions
for marketing books – all illustrated with real-life examples showing how other authors and publishers have marketed their books.
Learn how to:
- Edit and design your books for promotional clout
- Open new markets
- Get national publicity for your books
- Advertise your books effectively
- Sell your books direct to your customers
- Get nationwide distribution for your books
- Work with bookstores to sell more books
- Sell books to specialty retail stores
- Sell books to schools and libraries
- Sell subsidiary and foreign rights
- Sell books via the Internet
- Sell to premium and catalog buyers
- Spin off products from your books
1001 Ways to Market Your Books also includes 200 specific marketing tips
just for authors as well as a separate chapter on how authors can capitalize on the increased recognition a book gives their work.
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1001 Ways to Market Your Books, 6th Edition describes more than 1,000
ideas, tips, and suggestions for marketing books — all illustrated with real-life examples showing how other
publishers and authors have marketed their books.
“Without glitzy idealism or funky hopelessness, Kremer does a sound job of talking about marketing, telling
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May, 2008. ISBN: 0-912411-49-X. 704-page softcover. $27.95.
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