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children's books

How To Expand Your Market To Sell Your Children’s Books

This post lists examples of prospective buyers for children's books. This is by no means an exhaustive list but should stimulate your thinking to find new places in which to sell your book.
non-bookstore market

Be SMART In Your Approach To The Non-Bookstore Market

You might look at the non-bookstore market for your books and think, “Is there a place for me in that market, or is it too big?”
sell fiction

Alternative Ways to Sell Fiction

If you expand your marketing activity to include sales through venues other than bookstores, you are more likely to reach your target buyers where and when they shop.
sell your book

Sell Your Book Through All Retailers… Not Just Bookstores

Expand your approach to book sales to include retailers other than bookstores (including online retailers). The more strategic you are about where your book is available, the more likely your target buyers will be to find and buy it.
non-bookstore retailers

Selling to Non-Bookstore Retailers

Creating a distribution channel through non-bookstore retailers is a good way to start your special-sales efforts because it is much like selling through bookstores.
pen names

Pen Names: How And Why To Use Them

When my first book was being published, I toyed with the idea of using a pen name for about three seconds. Looking back, I may have missed an opportunity.
books as promotional products

Why Companies Should Use (Your) Books As Promotional Products

Books are tasteful, customizable, and convey a touch of class to a promotional effort — so why not pitch your books as promotional products to corporate buyers?

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