|Product Name||Ultimate Bookselling Masterclass|
|Product Creator||Jonny Andrews|
|Type of Product||E-Marketing|
|Cost of Product||The cost of the program is $497 one-time cost. Any Available Free Bonuses & Gifts Will Be Listed On Their WEBSITE|
|Product Description||The Ultimate Bookselling Masterclass is comprised of written pdf guides, videos, and software that will show you exactly how to run profitable online ads, so you can keep more of your money. The course will help you build a real business of actual book buyers rather than just freeloaders.
To succeed at anything, you MUST have laser focus on the result you’re trying to achieve. Without it, you spin your wheels and waste precious time on activities that don’t move you closer to what you say you want.
Authors MUST Market
No matter how you slice it, as an author, it’s your responsibility to do what you can to market your books. And marketing takes time, effort and focus.
Marketing doesn’t have to take hours out of your day. With as little as 30 minutes a day, you can produce amazing results.
One of the best tools for highly productive marketing is a checklist. A list designed to keep you on track with what needs to be done.
Here’s a simple checklist, specific to blogging, when used each day, will produce results.
– Develop a catchy title
If your preference is YouTube, you can use a similar list.
– Create a short video that is of interest to your market (community)
Consistency Pays Off… Big Time
What are you doing today, and every day, to build your online presence? What are you doing to reach your market? What are you doing to get your message out?
There are two major ways to look at the different categories of marketing channels available to book marketers. These are 1. online marketing channels, and 2. offline marketing channels.
1. Online Marketing Channels
1.a. The Online Marketing Channels You Control
What online methods, or outlets, are you going to use to talk to your audience? And show them you have something to say? This could, and should, involve your blog, article marketing, guest posting, podcasting, making videos, using Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc. All of these channels would become part of your social media marketing efforts, also known as your author platform.
1.b. The Online Marketing Channels You Don’t Control
Other online marketing channels include those that you don’t have direct control over. Such as blogs and websites that share or repost your blog posts. This also includes reviews of your book that are written and posted on other blogs. Or other bloggers that quote you or your book in their own blog posts. Or they share your infographics, or slideshare decks, or videos, etc.
2. Offline Marketing Channels
Offline channels can also directly affect your online marketing and sales. This includes all of your marketing efforts that are not done online. Some of the more obvious examples are using direct mail postcards and newsletters to keep your customers informed about new information that you believe they would benefit from. Another is sending your clients and customers reminder notices, or birthday cards, for example. And also calling them on the telephone, or texting them a message.
For example, if you are an accountant, you can ask your clients to share one of your online articles with their online audience. Or send your past clients a reminder notice about the upcoming tax season deadlines. If you are a chef at a gourmet food market, for example, you can chat with your customers face-to-face about food; give cooking lessons in your kitchen; give out free recipes, etc.
There are an endless number of offline ways to market to your audience. It doesn’t matter what profession you are in. It just takes some creative thinking, and a desire to share information, to find new and fun ways to build and connect with your audience.
Ultimate Bookselling Masterclass can help you utilize online and offline channels together to create an extremely powerful and profitable way to market your book. By combining each, you will be creating a marketing program that will build strength and momentum that will continue to help you consistently sell books over the long-term.