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What NOT to do in your marketing

Ari Meghlen - Writer | Blogger | Bad card player

It’s Monday Marketing time and today I thought I would do something different and discuss what NOT to do in Marketing. 

If you are new to my blog, I post Marketing articles on most Mondays and if you want to check the earlier Marketing posts, you can find them here.

What NOT to do in your book Marketing. Marketing tips for Writers.  Image: Stop sign

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The pain of marketing your book

Author J.Grayland

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Hi, I would like to talk about a very painful subject for us poor virgin authors…Book marketing.

Something not many new authors know about until they are in the thick of it and then you learn by your mistakes.

Amazon Ads- These are not too bad you just need a lot of patience (Besides a kiss ass book lol) You don’t need to spend a lot of money to get impressions of your books out on Amazon so don’t spend a lot of money use a budget of $1 a day and use as many keywords as possible especially 2-3 words strung together. Look at books that are in the same genre as yours and make a list of their keywords and chuck them in as well (The more the merrier right?).

Fiver.com- Using the $5 ads in the book promotion list is again hit and miss, like everything on…

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How to make use of locations in your marketing

Ari Meghlen - Writer | Blogger | Bad card player

For today’s Monday Marketing blog, I want to discuss using locations in your writing as a way of being creative in your marketing! :)

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Advertising

Cristian Mihai

“If you post anything art or literature related, reblogging with Cristian is a great, inexpensive way to gain some extra exposure.”Jeff Coleman

Hi guys,

Last twenty four hours to take advantage of these low, low prices on advertising.

THE MORE YOU BUY, THE BETTER.

What is a reblog?

I’d call them trailers for blog posts.

Let’s say you write a blog post. So, I choose a short snippet of that post (usually the first lines) then add a link to your post. I put this on my blog.

This way, over 133, 000 people get to see this short preview. Those who want to read more, click on the link and go to your blog.

It’s a way to gain exposure.

“Cristian Mihai’s reblogging of each chapter of my novel Redwood Summer onto his site allowed me to reach a wider audience of new readers that I would…

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To Blog or Not to Blog?

The Art of Blogging

That is the question…

Should you blog? And why? And about what?

The fact that there are tens of millions of blogs in existence does make it feel as if your words won’t matter much.

But just like Shakespeare’s most famous words, this simple question only serves to prove that we either do or we don’t. We either are or not.

That’s it.

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How to Optimize your Book Page on Amazon

Nicholas C. Rossis

This post is based on an article I helped write for SearchNurture titled How to Hit Your Target ACoS on Amazon.

Optimizing your Book Page

Toasters book page on Amazon | From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's bookAmazon is, in effect, a giant search engine of products. To ensure that your book shows up first, you must target specific keywords both organically (i.e. based on your product description) and through Ads. However, no matter how successful your Ad is, all it can accomplish is lead shoppers to your product page. It is up to that to convince them to buy your book.

Ideally, everything on your book page will be tailored for your target audience. Let’s take, for example, my book, A Heaven for Toasters. I want shoppers searching for “sci-fi crime romance” to buy my book. What can I do to make sure they do so?

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Start with your page title. Think of it as a hook. Let…

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Google SEO Is The Solution As Social Media Use Drops Away – by Derek Haines…

Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog

on Just Publishing Advice:

Do you need to change your digital marketing strategy?

Social media has a big problem.

Facebook is losing users due to data privacy concerns. Google+ is closing down. Twitter is becoming more political than social.

All these negative factors have and will make social media marketing far less effective.

Apart from the current issues that are concerning people about privacy and personal data use, there is a more fundamental problem with social media marketing.

If you are trying to promote your books, blog, services or you are affiliate marketing; there is an issue of intent.

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