Hiring a book marketing company is a terrific idea and can be money well spent – that’s why we dedicated this episode of our author podcast to helping you sort through your options.
But first you have to know what you want, and how to get it.
We take a deep dive into the many available options and show you that by following some simple strategies, you can turn a potential unplanned nightmare into a truly substantial collaboration.
A lot of authors hire firms, and for various reasons, their expectations just flat-out weren’t met. Either their firm didn’t deliver on their promises, or they didn’t communicate effectively with the author. Or worse, the firm’s intentions were sketchy, at best.
How to Avoid the Hiring Nightmare
You’ll learn why it’s important to determine what your goals and needs are. Then, we’ll give you the keys to spotting a great firm. Most importantly, you’ll find out how to spot the red flags.
While the list of things to consider when hiring a book marketing company is extensive, it’s important.
The fact is, if you’ve written a good book that satisfies a market need, investing in some smart, strategic promotion will yield you successful results.
We’ve experienced it first hand and want to make it work for you.
Full-length episodes of our author podcast go live every other Thursday. You can stream episodes from our website, or wherever you listen to podcasts.
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