Turn Your Book Marketing Tactics Into Strategy: The 4-Part Framework That Will Actually Grow Your Audience
Is your book marketing a bit all over the place? Are you struggling to spread the word about your upcoming novel?
One of the toughest parts of being an author is tackling your own marketing. Too often, writers rely on tactics without having an underlying strategy.
On September 24, book marketing and mindset coach Sue Campbell of Pages & Platforms helped the ProWritingAid community understand the foundation of every good book marketing plan. Sue works with both traditionally published and self-published authors to help them build an engaged audience, spread their message and sell more books.
Learn How To Market Your Book!
In this webinar replay, you will learn:
- Why marketing your book using a slapdash playbook of tactics from the internet is likely to fail
- Your number one book marketing goal
- The foundational 4-part book marketing strategy that will actually grow your audience
Marketing Your Book Yourself?
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