What's the worst thing that can happen when you're promoting your book?
Imagine this scenario...you're at a networking event or a dinner and tell someone you're a writer and have published a book. They get really excited and look up your book on Amazon. There's a good chance they might consider buying your book...BUT... when they click on your page you HAVE ZERO REVIEWS.
How embarrassing. No one wants to buy a book that has ZERO reviews from an author they haven't heard of. So, don't be that author. Don't get caught with ZERO reviews. Sign up for the LIVE online workshop on Wednesday, October 12th and learn how to reach out to potential reviewers and get press for your book before launch.
You'll learn how to craft the perfect pitch email, find Amazon Top Reviewers, bloggers, and reviewers. Not only will you have a successful book launch, you'll maximize your book's visibility on all the retailers (such as Amazon, BN, KOBO, and iBOOKS).
Here's what you'll learn:
- Where to find book reviewers
- How to reach out to book reviewers
- How to send your ebook and print book to reviewers
- How to identify press for your book and extract their contact info
- How to pitch a story to press
- How to find a potential reviewer's contact info and extract their email
- How to get featured by bloggers and media
- Proven strategies that have worked on specific books
- How to leverage tools to find competitive keywords
Next time someone asks you about your book, don't get caught with ZERO reviews. Click here to reserve your spot now.
Miral Sattar is Founder & CEO Bibliocrunch, Learn Self-Publishing Fast. Want to learn how to double and triple your book reviews? Sign up for our FREE 5-day email course. Watch us on BBC World News! Read about us on the cover of Money Magazine! Also check us out in Consumer Reports, Bloomberg Businessweek, MediaBistro, PublishersWeekly, PBS, WSJ, TheNextWeb, and other media outlets!
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