John Kremer share stories of real-life book authors who have marketed their books in innovative, fun, and money-making ways. He talks about bestseller strategies, licensing subsidiary rights, creating large Internet tribes, social networking for book sales and prestige, and ultimately selling a lot of books. These stories are short, sweet, practical, inspirational, and doable by any book author, whether a self-publisher, an author published by a big publisher, or a Kindle ebook author. You will love this show! Please subscribe now. Thanks.
Book Marketing Tips with Main Street Author Podcast
Listen in as Mike Capuzzi of Bite Sized Books and the Main Street Author Podcast interviews John Kremer on how to sell more books. Lots of great tips are shared in this half-hour interview. You’ll be glad you listened in. Listen in as Mike Capuzzi of Bite Sized Books and the Main Street Author Podcast […]
This Guy Can Sell Books: Tom Antion Interviews John Kremer
In this audio podcast interview, internet marketing expert Tom Antion interviews book marketing expert John Kremer on how to write and market your books. Introduction of John Kremer by Tom Antion Book marketing expert John Kremer is the author of 1001 Ways to Market Your Books. And I got to tell you I bought that […]
Book Marketing Success Podcast
Earlier this year, I was interviewed by Kathryn Guylay for her Make Publishing Fun Summit. Listen in as I talk about marketing your books and selling lots more copies of your books. Nugget #1: Speaking is a great way to build a buzz around your book, product, or service. Nugget #2: Word of mouth accounts […]
Book Marketing Success Stories: Are Self-Published Books Really Good?
Self-published books once carried a stigma of being not the best books. But that has changed as more books like Wool, The Martian, and 50 Shades of Grey have become bestsellers and been made into movies. Self-published books now rule! Self-published books average better ratings than traditionally published books on Amazon. On average, self-published books also […]
Book Marketing Success Stories: What Should I Write About?
When I’m writing a book, I don’t worry about potential sales, potential audiences, or potential marketing scenarios. My first concern is always this: Do I love the book project? Will I like being involved in writing the book for months or even years? That’s how I decide if a book is worthy of my commitment. […]
Book Marketing Success Stories: Do You Hate to Market Books?
If they are truly honest, all authors hate marketing. They’d rather write. Building relationships is the key to marketing. And that’s just a matter of making friends. Of course, if you write a great book, your marketing is at least half done. Great books create great fans. And great fans sell books. Remember: 80% of […]