How to Market Your Book:Blog #3

Become an Authority in Your Field

Whether your book is an extensive study on quantum physics, or helpful tips on how to raise twins, there’s an online community just waiting to learn from your expertise.  What better way to flex your knowledge muscles, and promote your book, then providing commentary on your favorite forums, blogs and discussion boards?

By providing regular insight and support, you’ll quickly establish credibility and become known as an authority in your field.  This will also provide you with a golden opportunity to promote your book.  Be sure to mention that more information can be found in your book, and provide links for your new readers to purchase.

Once you’ve established yourself, your audience will be more than happy to help promote your book.  Reach out to bloggers and ask if they’ll mention your book in an upcoming post.

Before you know it, people will be buzzing over your book and your hard work!

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5 Comments

  1. Great advice Josh! Very informative for addition to become a successful author they must have an entrepreneurial spirit. They aren’t sitting back and waiting for someone else to bring them success especially those who self publishing thier books

  2. “Reach out to bloggers and ask if they’ll mention your book in an upcoming post.” Good idea, just take your time to look around for quality blogs. Also, my idea would be not to send visitors to a sales link at first, but to build your own list or group first to further establish your credibility.

  3. godwork king

    i will like you to market my book for me,the title is be the best you can be

  4. AJ

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  5. I’m impressed, I should say. Really rarely do I encounter a blog that’s both educative and entertaining details..I am extremely happy that I stumbled across this in my search for something relating to this.

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