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3 Secrets to a Best Seller




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Write a Best Seller




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Best Seller Author Training




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Tell the World with a Book Trailer Video – Author Training Series




Get out the popcorn and dim the lights! As an up and coming bestselling author, it’s time to promote your book the old fashioned way: with a promotional trailer. Whether your book is a fictional story or it’s the true story of a brand, passion or success philosophy, your book ought to be in pictures. […]


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Social Media, Book Promotion and the Sweet Smell of Success




Ah, the sweet smell of success: your book is finally a household name, the topic of conversation in coffee houses and the subject of toasts in fine dining establishments. Just yesterday, you turned down a media interview due to your busy schedule. Tomorrow you’re off to Barbados for a quick dip in the salty surf, […]


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Book Publicity Media Kits – The 5 Essential Elements Journalists Need




Successfully marketing your book basically means letting people know that it exists. After all, you wrote down your best ideas so that others would read and enjoy them. Getting more book sales translates to more people sharing your best ideas – fact or fiction— and benefitting from them. As the person who’s primarily responsible for […]


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Traditional Media Exposure = Rocket Fuel for Your Book Launch




There are several thousand ways to successfully publicize a book that I’m aware of, and some are more effective than others. For example, you can promote your book by selling it back-of-room during speaking engagements, and you may actually make thousands of sales this way. The problem with this approach is that your own involvement […]


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Book Reviews: How to Get Book Reviews on Amazon




As an author, the best thing that can happen for your book is that titillating four-letter word we all love and fear at the same time: BUZZ. Getting people to read and talk up your book is what it’s all about. Buzz is the reason for those late nights hunched over your keyboard with an […]


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Book Endorsements: The Power of Third Party Validation




In the realm of book marketing, there’s an axiom that goes like this: “If I say it, it’s up for debate; if someone else says it, it must be true.” Third-party validation is a sure-fire method of getting people to draw a conclusion about me or my book. In fact, a well-known endorser has proven […]


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The Write Stuff – Choosing the Best BISAC Genre for Your Book




In the beginning, the world was void – formless, nameless, unreadable. Then everything got categorized, and we’ve been trying to file it ever since. It makes sense, doesn’t it? So too with books. Just as soon as an author writes something, somebody comes along and categorizes it. The most successful authors categorize their work first, […]


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