As an author, we know you appreciate the value of the written word, but there’s something about an infographic that spells out an idea and puts it into perspective. So while you may have enjoyed the long-form version of this concept in an earlier post, we asked our designers to create this infographic to help add a colorful twist to the notion of how to promote your self-published book. Our contention: if you’re going to self publish, you need to self promote. If you’re going to get involved in your own PR, physical books can be a great vehicle for your book promotion efforts. If you’re going to use print on demand books – we’ve got ideas for how to put 100 of them to work for you.

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17 thoughts on “How To Use 100 Print Books To Promote Your Self-published Book [Infographic]

  1. LuAnn Braley says:

    Found you on LinkedIn. Pinned this post to my “Bookspiration” board on Pinterest. (https://twitter.com/KentuckyGal/st atus/626007481601421312)

  2. Trevor says:

    Wow – lots of ways to promote, quite a few of which I’ve added to my “why didn’t I think of that” list.

    Many thanks for the list and for the easy-to-digest way you’ve shown it.

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