Best of the Web Book Marketing Tips for the Week of August 18, 2014

by | Aug 22, 2014 | Book Marketing Basics, Social Media for Authors

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Get some tips and advice from these book marketing tweets, courtesy of bloggers, marketers, authors and others. The topics include questions to ask your editor, one minute book marketing, when to create video content, and more. Happy marketing!


* 10 Sites Where You Can Get Fabulous Free Photos

These sites offer free resources you can use for your blog, book, articles, and more:

* When Not to Contact an Agent: What Writers Should Do During the Dead Month

August is not the time to submit your manuscript to publishers, or send queries to agents. Here’s what you can do:

* Too Busy to Promote? Try One Minute Book Marketing

Everyone is pressed for time, but there are still ways you can market your book. Try doing these three things daily:

* How to Turn Your Written Content Into Video Content

Video is incredibly popular, and it’s also a great way to re-use your content. Consider these five methods:

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* 15 Questions You Should Always Ask Your Editor Before Hiring Them

Editing is critical to your book’s success. Make sure you’re getting the best editor for your book:

* 8 Essential Tips for a Successful Book Reading by a Self-Published Author

A live event can be a great way to market your book. One author shares her tips for getting the most out of the event:

* 4 Ways to Create Sticky Content

You spend time creating and finding good content to share, but does it have staying power? Learn how to stand out from the crowd:

* Creating a Relationship with Potential Readers

Help your book find readers by building relationships. There are so many opportunities to grow a fanbase. Discover your options:


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