Category Archives: Marketing

Your Book Represented in Foreign Markets – Deadline December 5, 2012

~Reach worldwide distribution reps through Killer Nashville’s new program “American Authors Around The World”~ Registration deadline for Paris:  December 5, 2012   Killer Nashville invites you to participate with us at foreign book expos around the world.  Through an arrangement … Continue reading

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Making The Most Of Social Media For Book Marketing & Promotion

Facebook, Myspace, Twitter, Linked in, Newslists, Pinterest . . . It seems like every day, there’s a new social marketing site, and authors are blazing braze new trails in search of readers.  You could spend 24 hours a day on … Continue reading

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How To Turn Your Book Signing Into An Event

It’s not enough to sit behind a table, pen in hand, looking scholarly.  If you want to draw in readers, you need to create an event that will draw their attention and get them excited.  Find out how from marketers … Continue reading

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Publishing Success: Promote And Market Your Book Like A Master

Sometimes, writing the book is the easy part. But if you want to be a real success story, you have to learn the business side of publishing, how you market and promote your work.  Taught by D.D. Scott, author and … Continue reading

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BRANDING: MAKE YOURSELF & YOUR BOOKS STAND OUT FROM THE CROWD

Writers are always hearing about the importance of branding, but what does that mean, and how do you do it?  With the vast number of novels published each year, making yours stand out is a challenge.  New York Times bestselling … Continue reading

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Born to Schmooze, F2F or Online / Author Elizabeth Zelvin

Dictionary.com offers an inadequate, even misleading definition: schmooze   verb (used without object) 1. to chat idly; gossip No no no. Not even close. The British “to chat up” is closer, though chatting up always has an object, usually to get … Continue reading

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