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2 Writing Tips to Show Your Non-Fiction Readers That You Understand Them

Synopsis Here are two fundamental and powerful non-fiction writing techniques that will truly show your reading audience that you understand them and their issues. These two writing techniques, along with a hefty dose of sincerity, honesty, and respect for yourself, … Continue reading

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Understanding Your Reader’s Needs AND Wants Can Lead To Higher Book Sales

Synopsis Your needs and wants, as an author, can be surprisingly and distinctly different than those of your reader. But, once you realize these differences between you and the reader, you can then focus your attention on truly understanding who … Continue reading

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Understanding Your Reader’s Needs AND Wants Can Lead To Higher Book Sales (Infographic)

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How To Use Marketing Channels To Drive Book Sales

Synopsis Understanding how online and offline marketing channels can work together is essential for your book’s financial success. These channels, if consistently used together, can help you as an author achieve a sustainable competitive advantage. It will also help your … Continue reading

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Understanding The 3-Stages Of The Buying Cycle Can Improve Your Book Sales

Synopsis Helping book shoppers through the 3 stages of the buying cycle can dramatically improve your chances of making more book sales. If you understand what these 3 stages are about, and where the book shoppers are within that cycle, … Continue reading

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The 5 Basic Ingredients Of Successful Book Marketing (Infographic)

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The 5 Basic Ingredients Of Successful Book Marketing

Synopsis In order to become a successful self-publisher, you will need to devote a large part of your life to marketing. This will encompass marketing yourself, as well as your book. Understanding these five ingredients will ensure that your book … Continue reading

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10 Reasons Self-Publishers Should Avoid Selling To Bookstores

Synopsis Trying to get bookstores to accept your book and give it shelf space is very time-consuming, difficult to achieve, and can become very costly for the self-publisher. Here are ten good reasons that a new self-publisher should AVOID spending … Continue reading

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2 Amazon Marketing Tools To Help Make Your Book A Financial Success

Synopsis Amazon provides two very powerful and easy-to-use tools to get our books in front of millions of potential readers and buyers. Together these two tools help form the basic foundation of an author’s marketing plan. So, to help get … Continue reading

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4 Hot Tips To Writing A Sell Sheet’s “Call-To-Action”

Synopsis An effective call-to-action is the linchpin of a successful sell sheet. If it’s done right it can help generate greater book sales. The sell sheet’s call-to-action will play a pivotal role in making this happen. What You Will Learn … Continue reading

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2 Essential Ingredients That Make A Book Foreword Great

Synopsis A foreword is an essential marketing tool for your non-fiction book. If it’s written properly, and with some understanding and forethought about its role in your book’s success, it can have a substantial impact on your book sales. In … Continue reading

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