It’s our annual 30+ Sizzling Soaring Publishing Tips
from 7 Awesome Publishing Pros
I can’t think of a better way to spend 60 to 90 minutes on a Monday afternoon or early evening.
Get ready to receive more than 30 publishing, publicity, and book marketing tips. You will be taking notes like crazing!
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Coming up on the 24th, we are ready to reel out 30+ of our latest smart tips that will:
move your book marketing …
Once upon a time, in a land not so far away, there were two types of publishing: the real publishing route where mega-thousands of books were printed each year; authors were paid moneys upfront called advances; publisher reps happily pitched books that only real authors wrote; all marketing and publicity were handled by the publisher for an author when the book was published and available via real bookstores; and to claimed the moniker of a …
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COME CRUISE WITH ME … with US in January. Who are we? Just seven of the best and brightest in publishing on the High Seas, that’s who. Join John Kremer, Kathy Meis, Daniel Hall, Kelly Johnson, Rebecca Finkel, Ashlee Bratton and yours truly. New programs. Think of spending seven awesome days working and playing in mid-January. And with us. When we are in ports … you play all day and …
30 Sizzling Tips for Authors Pops this Week … and We Are Going to Sea!
I have six questions for you today.
1 Would you like to know instantly … I mean instantly … what the keywords and key phrases that the top influencers in your industry or the best-selling authors you consider your competitors are using?
2 Would you like to learn one, make your book pop off the shelf book trick that will make your book soar in …
During the PublishingAtSea.com cruise, ace publicity expert, Joan Stewart the Publicity Hound pushed a variety of hot tips. Included were:
1. Authors need to create top-quality free content that others will want to share. And make sure you have live “share” icons on your posts that allow for easy and no-brainer sharing with your followers.
2. Who, Who, Who … you must identify early in your publishing game just “who” your target market is. Then set up a strategy …
If you have a book signing coming, here are a few tips glimmer from our PublishingAtSea.com participants during theirs:
1. Don’t sit … stand up to greet your buyers. Why? You’ll sell more if you stand, not sit, behind a table. It’s eyeball to eyeball. I prefer the cocktail table to use for signing on.
2. Gather names of buyers. Have a signup sheet for name and email.
3. Get visitors involved. Nancy Rango, author of “The President …
Imagine how much smarter you’d be if you could get six of the top book publishing experts in one room for 90 minutes, and hear their best tips on how to publish, market, distribute and publicize your book online and offline.
Now, you can. Virtually. And it’s free. That is, if you act now and get registered for the awesome free webinar that I along with five other publishing superstars have planned for you today.
You’re invited …
It’s the Third Annual Publishing at Sea Cruise Create Your Ultimate Best Seller at Sea
…in only 7 days while you’re on vacation!
We’ve got a terrific Publishing at Sea working vacation planned for you next January. Our workshops are in-depth, hands-on and fun …
What: A 7-Night Western Caribbean Cruise to Jamaica, Haiti and Cozumel. You sail from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
When: Jan. 24-31, 2016
The Ship: The Royal Caribbean’s spectacular Allure of the Seas, voted 2013’s Best Overall Individual Cruise Ship. Get all the …
It’s Thursday at
Author U – Your Guide to Book Publishing will focus on a variety for common hiccups that new authors get into. Judith Briles is going solo today in a two-parter … Author and Publishing Timelines. What you need (should know) 12 months from publication of your book, then moving it up month by month. Last week, Judith and Jake Williams, illustrator, author, charicature creator dove into the creativity process —you don’t want to …
If there is one thing Author U’s CEO, Judith Briles, wants for authors, it’s this: succeed. Succeed in the writing of their book; succeed in the design and production of their book; succeed in the publishing of their book; succeed in the marketing of their book … succeed!
That’s why she wants you to come with her on vacation January. And only a few of you can.
Yep. You, her, four other book publishing experts and a small group …