Book Marketing Unplugged, US, Friday, 20. September 2019

Question: When should authors start marketing their books? Answer: The day they start writing it.
Okay … so must authors don’t get a “pass” on this question. So, let’s reframe the question:
Question: When should authors start marketing their books? Answer: NOW.
- When your car begins to make an awful noise and just stops, you know you have a problem … right?
-  When your basement is flooded; when you noticed that there are watermarks on your ceiling; or that water is seeping through your window edges, you have a problem … right?
-  When your computer goes blank and doesn’t respond, you know you have a problem … right?
BUT … what about marketing your book? Do you have a problem? YOU DO, if you have ANY of these symptoms:

There are people who would benefit from your book, and you aren’t connecting with them.

There are people who are interested in your topic or your genre and you haven’t reached out via social media to connect.

There are people within social media that are interested in your topic and who aren’t engaging with you.

There is a change you are focusing on that relates to the premise of your book … and others “don’t get it.”

You are having difficulty persuading book buyers or your target market to buy your book.

Your ideal/target market doesn’t connect with your reasoning, rationale, solutions, or storyline within your book.

Your social media and email contacts are less than 1,000.

You have engaged the “BB” gun approach to marketing—just aim anywhere; push it out to anyone at any time.

Do any of the above sounds like you. If yes, you have a marketing problem.
If that is you, then how much time are you spending working on a marketing solution? What are you investing in your time, energy and money to learn and create a plan that works? Savvy authors have learned that you cannot solve your marketing problem the next day by simply repeating what you did yesterday, last week, last month … or certainly, last year.'

Solution: Attend and participate in the first annual Judith Briles Book Marketing Unplugged. Successful authors have learned and practice: if my book marketing success is to be … it’s up to me. Join Judith Briles for Book Marketing Unplugged this fall. It’s a two-day intensive with just Judith. And YES, there will be hot seats for each participant.
Date: September 20 – 21 Location: Metro Denver area First Timers Registration:  $497  Alumni of Unplugged Events Registration:  $347

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