By Joseph C. Kunz, Jr.
A book’s sell sheet is a key component of a well-thought-out and complete marketing plan. And by utilizing a professional looking sell sheet, together with a complete media kit, and a great website, you will be able to distinguish you and your book from the thousands of others trying to get attention.
A sell sheet is not as simplistic as it might first appear. It is much more than a simple list of physical facts about your book, and a picture of you and your book. It is a sophisticated and calculated strategic marketing tool that can help you achieve several important goals at once.
by Johnnie L. Roberts
Thank you to Johnnie L. Roberts for publishing and sharing one of my business quotes in his new book.
Roberts is a veteran national journalist, ghost-writer and editor, and communications expert. He has been a senior writer for The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, and The Wrap.com. Time Warner, Michael Jackson and the corporate-data giant Dun and Bradstreet were subjects of his prize-winning investigative stories.
He is the ghostwriter, editor, and book doctor of seven books focused on, among other matters, the fashion industry, the life of a Zimbabwean Sephardi, and the world view of a German-Jewish immigrant.
Edited and Published by April L. Hamilton
Thank you to April Hamilton for publishing and sharing two of my articles in her new book for self-publishers.
A collection of the best and most popular articles written by the contributors to the Publetariat.com website. The book contains 67 articles about all aspects of publishing, written by 21 authors.
A compendium of advice, lessons learned and how-tos from leading authors, publishing industry pros, consultants and subject area experts, drawn from the first four years of Publetariat.com’s operation.
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