It’s no secret that writers are not exactly social butterflies known for their intrinsic marketing and promotion capabilities. And guess what? They aren’t generally great salespeople either. In fact, what attracts most authors to the craft is the solitary nature of...
Hand-selling your self-published book—also known as face-to-face marketing—can be a powerful way to generate good word-of-mouth buzz. If you’re a “people person” who enjoys interacting with readers, then hand-selling might be for you. If you’re ready to pack the trunk...
For both traditionally published and self-published authors, the best way to hand-sell books is to coordinate book signings with other events: seminars, readings, lectures. But successfully landing a speaking gig takes some preparation. Here are the steps you’ll need...
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