Book Marketing Scams!

Book Marketing Scams!

Q –

Hi Angela, 

I wanted to forward this to you and get your perspective on it. I have received a number of emails from people wanting to “market” my book, but the insights I have received from your book have been better than what they were going to offer. Anyway, I just wanted to get your thoughts on this email.

Thanks for your time.

Vance


A –

They’re scams. Victoria Strauss (God bless her) published an article with a huge list of them RIGHT HERE.

If you want to hire a reputable book marketing professional, you can get free quotes RIGHT HERE.

And, remember: Whenever a so-called “marketing company” uses SPAM to try to sell their own services to you, they’re instantly proving they have NO idea what they’re doing. Avoid spammers and telemarketers at all costs!

HAVE YOU, TOO, BEEN CONTACTED BY A SCAMMER AFTER PUBLISHING YOUR BOOK? PLEASE SHARE YOUR STORY USING THE COMMENT BOX BELOW. 🙂

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One Response to "Book Marketing Scams!"

  1. Pamela Allegretto  September 20, 2019 at 4:35 pm

    Great advice.