ROBIN LEIGH MORGAN’S PROMOTIONAL/MARKETING IDEA # 23

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If there’s one thing any author wants to do, it’s to get people to know who they are. And they want to do it in an efficient manner.

One way to do this is to open an account at about.me. On this site you can continuously update your bio and all of your books, your blog sites, etc. Once you have it completed you can then place a link to this site on your Twitter account, add the link to your signature when you send out an email message to name two.

To see what I’m talking about regarding Twitter, you’re invited to check out my account there, under Robin Leigh Morgan

The about.me link is on the left, right below my location.

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ROBIN LEIGH MORGAN’S PROMOTIONAL/MARKETING IDEA # 22

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Summaries are important in whetting a potential reader’s interest enough so they’ll decide to buy a copy of your book. This being the
case make sure the summary is catchy.

ROBIN LEIGH MORGAN’S PROMOTIONAL/MARKETING IDEA # 21

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This is another idea in my attempt to catch up with not having posted any for a long while.

We all get reviews for our books. While some merely stated that someone has loved your book, others go into more depth and can be quite fantastic. Keep track of these reviews, copy the URL link for these reviews and use them in your promotional tweets on Twitter, FaceBook and anywhere else you feel like to use them.

ROBIN LEIGH MORGAN’S PROMOTIONAL/MARKETING # 20

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This is another area I’ve been negligent in not doing any postings for in a long, long while. So, I’m going to give you guys a few today.

 

First up:

 

Try to figure out your budget in order to see how much of it you’re willing to save for the advertising endeavors for your book[s]. If you’re unable to spend any money for it at the present time, consider using a free option.

 

ROBIN LEIGH MORGAN’S PROMOTIONAL/MARKETING IDEAS #19

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If you have a blog, and you should. I’ve got “sister” blog sites, namely Blogspot.com and WordPress.com, where I post the same entry each time I post something; the reason being some readers prefer one over the other.

When you decide to post something, try to stick to the same set of topics; usually topics which readers of your genre [target audience] might find interesting. Which is something you need to do on a regular on-going basis, something which I’ve been negligent in doing myself; and the topics you chose to post should be able to connect to your potential readers and attract/hold their interest.