Articles About Book Marketing

BOOK MARKETING E-SERIAL PART 1 – Your Book Is Ready to Sell…But DON’T Make This Common Mistake! by Angela Hoy

Glory day! Your new book is finally published! You’re excited that your baby has hit the streets (or the Internet) ...
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How 18 Months of Link-Building Led to Freelance Writing Success by Angela Horn

Recently, I reached that sweet spot where my day job was interfering with my side hustle enough so that I could ...
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Sell your kids’ book in schools! by Kate Williams

Do you have a self-published children’s book to sell? If so, good for you! But promoting your own book can ...
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How to Sell More Books at Stalls and Signings! by J Harker Shaw

So you’ve written your book. My sincere congratulations and kudos. It’s not easy, and takes a lot of work. You’ve ...
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Use Snapchat to Sell Your Book(s) or Writing Services to Millennials! by Joan Selby

The millennial generation has famously been dubbed as the “Selfie” generation. While some have contested this claim, it can’t be ...
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What’s The Secret to Ongoing, Consistent BOOK SALES? by Angela Hoy, WritersWeekly.com & BookLocker.com

One of the most common questions I receive from authors is: "My book was selling really well in the beginning ...
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“How can I sell my self-published book through a large specialty distributor?”

Angela, I want (a large, specialty book distributor) to sell my book on their website, as well as to physical ...
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4 Ways to Get Your Book Reviewed! by AmandaEmma

I am a book reviewer and I publish my reviews in my blog, Little Miss Reader. I receive hundreds of ...
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10 Creative Book Signing Tips to SELL MORE BOOKS! By William S. Creed

Half or more of published books are now self-published.  I published my books myself and was set to 'reveal' by ...
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MIDLIST PURGATORY! Breathe New Life Into An Old Book? Or Publish a New One?

Hi Angela: I enjoy your posts and advice. Re: promoting a new book and breathing life into an old one, ...
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Marketing Your Book to Conference Attendees (when you’re not even there!)

Have you ever been to a business conference or workshop and received a bag of goodies as you walked in ...
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Should I Pay $500 For A “Class” That Teaches Me How To Sell My Book To Libraries?

Angela, I found a $500 online class that teaches authors how to market their books to libraries. Is this something ...
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7 Tips For Getting Indies To Stock Your Book! By Anthony St. Clair

Your book is out! Congratulations. Now...how do you get your favorite indie bookstore to sell it? Any author can understand ...
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Has Your Book Been Displayed At A Large Book Fair? How Many Copies Did You Sell?

At BookLocker, we don't upsell authors on worthless marketing products and services. Unfortunately, almost all of our competitors do. If ...
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Pitch Your Book to These National Book Clubs! By Dr. Marlene Caroselli

Poet Don Marquis once divided the world into two types of people: those who could tell you they had just ...
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How My Bookstore Signings Led to a Traditional Publishing Contract and Film Consideration! By William Creed

Being self-published, and trying to see your creation become successful, can be a daunting task - especially if you have ...
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How To EASILY Get Awesome and Honest Book Reviews That REALLY Carry Weight With Readers!

Hi Angela, I hope I'm not wasting your time (because you've already written an article on this). I get it ...
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There Are Really Only 2 Ways To Accurately Estimate Your Book Sales By Angela Hoy

Last week, on a publisher's list, someone wrote in asking about NovelRank.com. He wanted to know if their numbers only ...
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What to Do When Your Book Event Organizer FAILS TO ORDER YOUR BOOKS! By Angela Hoy

It happened again this week. And, unfortunately, it happens ALL the time. Conference organizers/coordinators and their employees (and even bookstores!) ...
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How Can I Get Barnes and Noble to Sell My Books on Consignment?!

Hi Angela, Would I approach a Barnes and Noble with a consignment agreement or there's too much red tape for ...
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