Book Marketing DeMystified: SELF-PUBLISHING SUCCESS Do you want to sell more copies of your self-published book? Of course you do. This book reveals qhowq you will achieve publishing success. Discover which sales and marketing tactics are creating results for other authors. Learn how the modern book publishing industry actually functions, including little-known practices that could hold the key to your profitability. Each concept is explained and illustrated with inspiring true-life stories of authors who have achieved success on their own terms. Book Marketing DeMystified: SELF-PUBLISHING SUCCESS is based on 10 months of interviews with industry insiders and bestselling indie (self-publishing) authors who have used iUniverse, Xlibris, Trafford, Lulu and other services, or have done it all on their own. Learn how one author sold over one million copies, hardly any of those through bookstores. Each author reveals the hits and misses of sales and marketing where innovation and clever choices bring best results and satisfaction. In this book, author Bruce Batchelor -- who invented the print-on-demand publishing process that has enabled indie authors to sell tens of millions of books -- helps you pick qwhich specific marketing efforts will be most time-efficient and cost-effective for you, your book and your purpose.q By creating the right marketing mix, you will be successful in selling your book qandq will enjoy yourself along the way! About author BRUCE BATCHELOR A bestselling author, Bruce speaks at writers conferences and consults to the publishing industry. He is the editor and CEO at Agio Publishing House and lives with his wife and son in Victoria, BC, Canada.a thick manual about Visio that explained the program in great depth, with far more detail than an ordinary user would need. The audience for Grahama#39;s manual consisted of software developers who create addons and plug-ins to Visio, andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Book Marketing De-Mystified|
|Author||:||Bruce T. Batchelor|
|Publisher||:||Agio Publishing House - 2007-06-01|