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Reasons for using a marketing firm

It may seem silly to hire a marketing agency but there are many benefits to partnering with a marketing consulting firm like ours. Some of these benefits include: Saves You Time-Because you are not spending all of your time on social media to promote yourself or...

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

Yes, you are a writer and yes, you use your words more often than pictures to convey your thoughts and feelings, but the fact is we live in a visual society now. We had to adapt to the flood of information we can now access and did this by shortening our attention...

LinkedIn the Unsung Marketing Hero

LinkedIn started out with a bang and everyone thought it was going to be a monumental marketing tool, which yes, it is or can be. Since its inception, LinkedIn has become more about job searches and marketing yourself to potential employers rather than a source for...

Crafting a Titillating Title

Your book title is the first thing that a person will see when they look at your book. This is why its so important that your title provides enough intrigue and information that someone wants to pick up your book and start reading. "The title of your book is–by...

MailChimp Marketing

Written by Guest Blogger-Rachael Storey MailChimp is one of the most user friendly, e-mail marketing platforms I have come across thus far and its FREE! You can have about 2,000 subscribers and send up to 12,000 e-mails per month on the free plan. Plus they have...

The Perks of Adobe Spark

  I discovered Adobe Spark a few months ago while I was searching for an easy way to create quotes. Spark Post is by far the easiest thing I've found and it's free. The web is getting increasingly visual. Social media especially is focused on visual material....

Outside the Box Marketing

There are the obvious things you should do to promote yourself and your novels: Post on social media, advertise, add your profile and books to websites such as Amazon, BookBub, Barnes and Noble, etc. and use SEO, share your books with your friends, family, and fans...

Marketing Tip of the Week-Cross Promotion

Don't think of other authors as just your competition (even though they are), but also think of them as potential mentors, promoters, friends, fans, reviewers and sources of inspiration. For this blog we will discuss the marketing benefits of recruiting other authors...

Marketing Tip of the Week-Don’t Give Up

Marketing a book or anything really can be difficult, time consuming, and the benefits are not always immediately recognized. Keep entering competitions, keep asking for reviews, keep giving out copies of your books, continue posting on social media, blogging, and...