Today’s Book Marketing Update is short and sweet. But, I hope you like it all the same.
I simply didn’t find a lot of blog posts out there this past week about book marketing that I wanted to include in today’s roundup. That’s just how it is sometimes.
I do hope that you enjoy this edition of the Book Marketing Update all the same.
I hope you have a great weekend. Keep writing!
Who Else Hates Self-Promoting? from Writing Cooperative: “Where do you reckon your career will take you if you keep feeling icky about sales, let your self-doubts hold you back, and wait for people to notice you? Well, today I want to help you take control of your writing career — if you’re serious about it.”
How to Get Your Book into More Amazon Categories by Jay Artale and from Nina Amir: “Your book’s metadata is the key to discoverability on Amazon. If you’re not using the right words in your title and subtitle or selecting the right keywords or categories, there’s little chance of your readers discovering your book.”
Color Psychology In Marketing: The Beginner’s Guide from Blogging Wizard and by Matt Moran: “In this beginner’s guide to color psychology in marketing, you will learn how to use the science of color to inform your own marketing decisions.”
Clubhouse Launches Creator Accelerator Program to Help Support Broadcasters in the App from Social Media Today: Here’s more information about the new audio social media platform called Clubhouse. People say it’s going to be great for authors.
13 Limiting Beliefs That Hold Writers Back by Bryan Hutchinson: “Limiting beliefs are rooted in misperception, and everyone has them. It’s your job to figure out what yours are, then deal with them, and let them go.”
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Hey, I’m Frances Caballo and I’m a social media expert for writers, building and managing author platforms to enhance book sales. A writer all of my life, I also provide content writing and email marketing services. If all you need is some training, I enjoy offering one-on-one training sessions as well. Of course, check out my free, email-based social media training course (you’ll get a free, 64-page Twitter ebook with it). Or, sign up for one of my social media audits to find out how you’re really doing.