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book marketing consultant

How to Work With a Book Marketing Consultant

One way to help you get a leg up on your book sales is to work with an experienced book marketing consultant. Here's some advice to help you make the most of that relationship.
virtual book clubs

Virtual Book Clubs In The Era Of Social Distancing

Book-related events in the virtual world can’t completely replace the vibrant atmosphere of face-to-face presentations, but with some imagination, you can keep your book sales on an upward trajectory and enhance your readership.

How To Sell Non-Returnable Books

There are two large markets in which to sell books. One is through bookstores and the other to non-bookstore buyers. Another way to define these two book sale opportunities are Business to Consumer and Business to Business.
how to negotiate

How To Negotiate Large-quantity, Non-returnable Sales

Corporate buyers do not want to buy your books — they want to use your content to solve a business problem. With that awareness, what preparation must you consider before you can reach a deal that satisfies all parties?
independent bookstore

Indie Authors And The Independent Bookstore

The BookBaby Spotlight podcast recently hosted Julie Beddingfield, owner and manager of Inkwood Books. Beddingfield shares her strategy for bookselling in the age of COVID as well as what she looks for and expects from authors who want her to sell their books.
homeschool

Make Inroads Into The Homeschool Market

The homeschool market is a diverse universe made up of manageable — and accessible — segments. And with over two million students, there are opportunities to sell books.
public libraries

Public Libraries: An Asset For Independent Authors

As an indie author, libraries are a powerful asset for getting your book into the hands of readers and reaching an audience through presentations, community contacts, reviewers, and reference librarian recommendations.

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