ATTENTION: Authors who need to reach a larger audience and make more sales…
Ask any writer what the toughest part of her job is, and she won’t say it’s the hours of research, weeks or months of writing, or even finding a publisher.
The truth is, the hardest part of writing a book comes after the book is finished, when it’s time to promote.
If you’ve written a book, you’re well aware of how hard it is to find an interested audience who is open and willing to give your book a chance, when there are hundreds or even thousands of others out there all competing for her limited time and attention.
In fact, it’s the thought of promoting the book that causes many would-be authors to give up on their dreams.
Time was, if you wrote a book you could rely on your publisher to put their weight and considerable resources behind your promotions. They’d send you on a book signing tour, line up talk show dates, schedule interviews, and put out press releases. All you had to do was show up – and get started on your next book, of course.
Today, though, traditional publishing has taken a hit. Many authors are choosing to self-publish due to traditional publishings long lead times, low (or non-existent) royalties, and fierce competition for a spot on the schedule. Really, unless your name is King or Rowling, your chances of landing a traditional publishing contract are nearly zero.
While the low cost of self-publishing means more doors are open for independent authors, it also means those authors must take on the additional role of publisist, and that’s a role many are simply unprepared for.
Everywhere you look online someone is promoting his or her latest website, book, movie, song, T-shirt, or craft project. In fact, it’s become so easy to create DIY promotions online that many new authors quickly become overwhelmed and simply don’t know where to begin.
The fact is, you could spend months of trial and error just trying to work out the best promotional tools for your book. And by then, the all-important first launch will be long past. The opportunity to build momentum gone.
Here’s a secret few will admit: You don’t need to waste time trying to manage dozens of social media accounts or promotional strategies. Instead, concentrate your efforts where your readers are most likely to be: Facebook.
With billions of active users, Facebook is the one site virtually guaranteed to attract your target market – whatever your market might be.
They’re all on Facebook. And that’s where your new book should be, too. Everything else just adds more work for you with very little return.
In this exclusive training and accompanying workbook, you’ll discover everything you need to know about promoting your next book using nothing more than Facebook. I’ll walk you step-by-step through the process of setting up your page, building a buzz, harnessing the power of viral marketing, and targeting your ideal reader.
You’ll learn how to correctly promote a page to get it in front of more readers, and also how to avoid the all-too-common mistakes that could get your account banned.
Even better, the modules are logically designed to flow together easily, allowing you to master one technique before moving on to the next.
We’ll start with what to do before you even finish your book – this is the part most new authors ignore, but as you’ll see, it’s critical to your book’s success.
In this module, we’ll cover exactly what you need to do before your book hits the shelves to help ensure a wildly successful launch. You’ll learn…
Now that you’ve got the basics set up, it’s time to get people talking. You want your audience to anticipate your book launch nearly as much as you do, so in this module we’ll cover…
With all the preliminary work done, it’s finally time to launch your masterpiece. In this module, we’ll cover the steps you need to take to get your book of to the best start possible, including…
Finally, now that you’ve got people talking (and buying) it’s time to sit back and relax, right?
Not so fast.
In module four, we’ve still got a lot of ground to cover, such as…
As you can see, there’s a lot more to promoting your book on Facebook than just putting up a page and scheduling a few posts. But with “How to Market and Promote Your Book Using Facebook” I’ve clearly laid out all the steps needed to make your next book a roaring success.
With the incredible reach of social media and the low cost of entry, promoting your book is easy and inexpensive, but it can still be an overwhelming project if you don’t know the steps to take. This guide takes you by the hand and shows you exactly what works – and what doesn’t – including screenshots.t. You’ll have just the answer you need, right where you need it, so your book launch will be as smooth as possible.
Best of all, this comprehensive course is backed by my…
If you’re not satisfied that this guide shows you just how to market your book on Facebook, simply return it within 30 days, and I’ll cheerfully refund your entire purchase price.
There’s absolutely no risk to you, so grab your copy of “How to Market and Promote Your Book on Facebook” today, and start planning your next book launch!
Remember, writing a book is the best way to show off your expertise, kick-start a speaking career, grab the attention of the media, and attract more customers. But if no one reads your book, it’s not going to work for you.
Don’t let the weeks or months you spent writing your book go to waste. Put the power of Facebook behind your launch, and enjoy the benefits of being a published author.
P.S. This 4-module training course is yours for only pre-launch price of $17, which is just a fraction of what you’d spend on a traditional marketing program, and it will get you the same results. But if you find “How to Market and Promote Your Book Using Facebook” doesn’t work for you, simply return it for a full refund.