If so – well and good, read on. If NOT – hit delete.
I’ve got something really exciting to announce.
On Oct 26th, I’ll be launching my own podcast, the Book Marketing Show.
Unlike most self-publishing or book marketing podcasts, this will not be the typical style of just inviting someone on the show and having a broad discussion about them and their books.
Instead, each podcast episode will focus on one particular tactic, strategy or conundrum.
I’ll spend the first part talking about everything you need to know about the strategy, or tactic and then bring on a guest who will talk about their experience using that tactic.
We’ll be able to hear their story as a case study and thus see the practicality in the book marketing lesson we just learned.
So, with the Book Marketing Show Podcast, you’ll not only be able to learn book marketing on the go, you’ll also get to see real applications and practical information from people who’ve actually done it.
So, as to give you a feeling of what we’ll be tackling, here are a couple of the upcoming episodes:
–Box Sets – Secret Collaboration Method to Help You And Other Authors Become Big Time Bestsellers
–How to Effectively List Your Previous Books in Your Most Recent Book to gain More Sales
–How to Land International Rights Deals and Make Sure You Get The Best For Your Book
–Kindle Select or Mass Publication? When Should An Author Choose Either?
–My Personal Kobayashi Maru Email Tactic for Fiction and Nonfiction Authors
But I need your help.
I’m looking for people to bring onto the show for future episodes as case studies.
If you have experience doing any of the following, please reply and let me know. I’d love to hear about your experience using the tactic.
I’m looking for an author who:
Did Kindle Select or KU, but found that they’d make more money going wide with markets other than Amazon.
Improved sales success by directly loading your book to iTunes or Barnes & Noble instead of using an aggregator like Smashwords or Draft 2 Digital
Changed their book cover and saw a major increase in sales
And no, you don’t need to be a super famous author – that’s not what I’m going for.
I’m looking for authors who have experience in the tactic..and it’s okay if that experience was not a good one. I want to show both sides of the coin.
So, hit me up and let me know what you think.
Rockin the mic since 2017
PS: Also, if you have a ‘specific’ tactic that has helped you that isn’t on the list above, be sure to hit reply and let me know.