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John Kremer's Book Marketing Tip of the Week

March 23, 2011

Cable Car Birthday, How to Get Rich Day, Fear of Garbage Day, National Chip and Dip Day, Standing Ovation Birthday, Welcome Back Buzzards Day, Liberty or Death Day, Dixie Cup Birthday


In this issue . . .
- Book Marketing Questions & Answers
- Gaining traffic from special days
- Tweets you can use
- Google Gadget for YouTube channel promotion

Note: This newsletter is short, but loaded with links that feature some incredible tips, stories, and ideas worth thinking about or acting upon. Book Marketing Questions & Answers
From now on, I'm not doing free phone calls or answering people's questions for free via email. All such traffic will now be sent to my new website: If you want to ask me a question, that's the place to do it.

Here are the first few posts from my new Q&A website:

Hardcover, Paperback, or Ebook? - (note the special tip at the end on how to become a YouTube partner).

Book Fairs: A Listing? -

Selling Books on Amazon -

Gaining traffic from special days
Susan Delaney, author of Rx for Quilters, posted a note on Facebook about Peanut Butter Lovers Day (mentioned in the last issue of this ezine). As she noted in an email to me: "I posted the National Days regarding peanut butter, smiles and moho on my Facebook page ( id=1416421136). I asked for people to send me a smile and their favorite PB use. At the moment there are 60 FB posts in the string."

Now, that's not thousands of eyeballs, but it's more eyeballs and comments than most people get on their Facebook posts. It's just one of the ways to use the special days I feature at the top of every issue of this ezine.

Tweets you can use
There are some great book marketing lessons and tips included within these short tweets.

=> Romance novels going digital in a big way -,2817,2381646,00.asp?asid=18a06f77

=> The future of textbooks: - Multimedia colored textbooks with multitasking, notetaking, and more.

=> 154 ways to tweet: what, how, why -

=> Flipboard app on ipad is an incredible way to read tweets. Very involving.

=> The power of creating Twitter lists: - very cutting edge creative stuff

=> I missed making People's sexiest man alive issue again as well as Forbes' billionaire list. Alas. Guess I have to settle for just being wonderful.

=> Looking for a publisher for your spiritual book? See

=> Check out to view an interesting way to showcase multiple book titles.

=> Would love feedback on my Waterfall and Other Poems - a Kindle ebook - - now only $2.99

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Google Gadget for YouTube channel promotion
Check out this blog post for a Google gadget that allows you to showcase all the videos on your YouTube channel: google-gadget-showcases-your-youtube.html.

Also check out these recent blog posts from John Kremer:

Turn Your Book into an App: 5 Questions to Ask an App Developer:

Looking for Eyeballs? Magazine Websites Generate Views:

Don't Talk CNBC on the Today Show:

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