Five Great Tools to Help You Promote Your Book
Wouldn’t it be a wonderful thing if all you had to do to sell your book was to make sure that it was well written? Unfortunately, that is not the case. You must get the word out about your book.
Following are 5 tools you can use to promote your book. You will notice that the first 2 tools focus on engaging your audience, not just hanging a virtual sign up that says, “BUY MY BOOK.” Make sure that your marketing strategy includes elements that engage your potential readers. Your marketing must tell the reader what’s in it for them.
Do you use other tools to promote your books? We would love for you to share them with us in the comment section below.
Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers and book recommendations with over 25 million members.
Book Talk is a free book discussion group with thousands of members. Members read and discuss fiction, non-fiction, short stories, and poetry and host live chats and interviews with authors.
BookBuzzr offers a do-it-yourself online book marketing technology suite. The BookBuzzr widget is a portable book website with a flipping pages feature allowing you to invite your readers to sample your book.
PR Log is an online press release distribution and press release submission service. They offer free and premium service packages.
Free-press-release.com (FPR) provides feed and premium press release distribution services.