How To Market A Book

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The first job of an author is, of course, to write great books, but these days, their second job is to market them.
Marketing isn't a skill that most authors have naturally, and there is little formal training. But when your book hits the shelves, and the sales don't start rolling in, there's only two things an author can do. Keep writing more books and … Get to grips with marketing.

This book is for authors who want to sell more books, but it's also for those writers who want to think more like an entrepreneur.
It's for traditionally published authors who want to take control of their future, and for self-published authors who want to jump-start a career.
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Outlines the methods the top 5% of successful self-published authors utilize to produce their eBooks in a professional, cost-effective manner.
Shows what happened after Amazon changed the rules and what you need to do right now to adjust your strategy.
How to adopt the philosophy that will allow promotional opportunities to come to you.
In February 2012 Martin Crosbie's self-published eBook "My Temporary Life" hit Amazon's top ten overall bestseller list. The next month Amazon posted a press release revealing that Crosbie had made $46,000 in one month, with one book. Prior to this, his novel was rejected one hundred and thirty times by traditional publishers and agents. In the months that followed, "My Temporary Life" and its sequel have been consistent sellers, often sitting atop Amazon's rankings. Crosbie's story has been mentioned in Publisher's Weekly, Forbes online, and other media outlets around the world. In fact, Amazon referred to him as one of their 2012 success stories in their year-end press release. "How I Sold 30,000 eBooks on Amazon's Kindle-An Easy-To-Follow Self-Publishing Guidebook" tells the story of how he became a full-time writer, detailing the specific steps he took to find and connect with his readers. Plus, it describes how he adjusted his strategy when Amazon changed their systems.