5 Make or Break Success Strategies: How to Market Your Self-Published Book

by | Jul 21, 2022 | Book Marketing Basics

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So much goes into a successful book release, well beyond writing a good book. So, I’ve pulled together a short list of ideas for how to market your self-published book release that will really help you determine if you’re set up for success, or if you need to take a closer look at your approach.

I always tell authors that you want to take advantage of every opportunity to have the best chance of competing with all the other titles out there. And at the end of the day, it’s about convincing people in your reader market to buy your book, and the hard-hitting, instant brain poppers, are often overlooked.

Start by asking yourself if your book is ready to turn heads. If there is even the slightest hesitation in your mind, then it probably isn’t. But don’t be discouraged, I’ve got you covered!

5 Make or Break Book Marketing Strategies To Set You Up for Success

I know there’s a lot to potentially digest here depending on what you may be missing the mark on, but it all matters. Not only will you grow as an author, but you’ll also find yourself taking a smarter approach to other success strategies as well – education is absolutely cumulative.

So now is the time to be inspired! It’s your chance to take these tips and run with them. They’ll uncover opportunities you haven’t tapped into yet, and that’s really something to get excited about! And like I’ve said before, if you’re unsure of where to start or how to get going, reach out, we can help.

Let me know down in the comment sections what stood out most about how to market your self-published book, or which tips you will be implementing ASAP!

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