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Get your book or program translated into one of the widely spoken languages like Spanish or German to increase your sales reach. Who do you need to contact to get this done?
Do a presentation at a local meet-up group. Don’t sell, just give great information, and make sure to have some of your books and other products on hand in case people ask.
Start your own podcast. Find other podcasts that are up and running and contact them to be a guest. Then reciprocate for your podcast. Do you have a podcast? Are you a guest on others’ podcasts? Do you allow guests … Continue reading →
Make sure your blog has all the share buttons enabled to maximize the social media reach of your blog. Check your blog. Are the share buttons enabled? Post YES or NO in the comments.
Make a book trailer or promo video about what you do and offer. Post it on your website, blog, and all of your social media accounts. What do you need, or who do you need to contact, to create a … Continue reading →
If it’s been longer than 2 years, it’s time to get new professional head shots taken. When did you last have professional head shots taken? Do you need to schedule a session with a photographer?
Identify your audience/readers, where they are both online and offline, when they are there—what time/day. This step should have been done prior to writing your book. Before doing any of the following steps answer this first. Who is your audience? … Continue reading →
Create several free or $0.99 ebooks that are full of quality. Use these as lead magnets for your current book—include a next level up sell (i.e. the full book or a related program). For on Lead Magnets, CLICK HERE
Be ready with your book’s 10 second “elevator pitch”. Also, have a pitch ready for 30 seconds and 60 seconds so that when someone asks, you can tell them succinctly what the book is about. If they want more information, … Continue reading →