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Sunday, November 12, 2017

2018 Book PR & Marketing Toolkit


ALL NEW!!!

7th Annual Edition For Authors & Publishers

I never thought I would be up to 2,650 posts on my blog. At the six-and-a-half-year-point, on November 12, 2017, I proudly reached my 1.35 millionth click.  My true goal with this blog, aside from admittedly being a branding tool and lead generator, is to help people and to bring the book publishing community together. I really strive to offer you and all readers a dose of  inspiration, information, and ideas that challenge the norm, pay homage to  the past, and creatively launch a new path towards a strong future for books, literacy, the First Amendment, printed books, physical bookstores, and great writing. Here are my year’s 28 best blog posts and last year’s annual toolkit. Enjoy, practice what you read, and please give back by sharing this with others.

16 Ways To Greatly Increase Your Book Sales

The Book Marketing 103: Great Free Resources!

12 Keys Ways Authors Can Land Big Media Hits

Can You Market Your Book For Just 5 Minutes A Day?

How Do Authors Develop Their Tagline?

An Author Book Marketer Ethical Code To Live By

Which Of These 6 Reasons Inspire You To Write Books?

The 5 Ways Of Elite Book Marketers

10 Ways To Approach Book Publicity

Will Fake News Lead To Fake Books?

Finding The Right Book Marketing Strategy

Here’s A Digital Media Kit For Authors

Exclusive Author Media Training Video

Build A Great author Website In 16 Steps

What Does It Really Take To Hit A Best-Seller List?

10 Lessons For Authors-Turned-Bloggers

Overcoming Your Book Marketer’s Block

12 Major Threats To Free Speech

Reading Without Walls Breaks Down Barriers

Top 10 Legal Issues Confronting Authors

22 Reasons Why Writers Pursue PR For Their Books

All Writers Matter!

How Important Is The Printed Book?

Why Writers Must Master Idioms

What Should Author Blogs Say?

The Networking Way Of Book Marketing

The Best Author-Publisher-Publishing Pro Interviews Of The Year

Authors & Publishers Love The 2017 Book PR & Marketing Toolkit

Here Are Big Book Marketing Lessons From My All-Time Top 10 Blog Posts


Brian Feinblum’s views, opinions, and ideas expressed in this blog are his alone and not that of his employer. You can follow him on Twitter @theprexpert and email him at brianfeinblum@gmail.com. He feels more important when discussed in the third-person. This is copyrighted by BookMarketingBuzzBlog 2017©. Named one of the best book marketing blogs by Book Baby http://blog.bookbaby.com/2013/09/the-best-book-marketing-blogs  

4 comments:

  1. Very costly project which nobody mentions with no guarantees. Started a character with ownership design patent #341,398 named the Neanderthal Feather Walker cost $4,000, trademark cost $2000 dollars copyright $500 hundred with attorney fees, paying for digital imaging another $4800 hundred dollars with being the director. The digital imaging person did not do the dpi's high enough for publishing. Ran out of funds started with the design patent in the year 1993.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EhDyqFPvqaQ&t=18s

    I am disable so this had to go in steps because of the cost and all this time. Any suggestions because the character and story is so creative and well done this should be finished for viewers. Talent wise, as creative if not more with similarities of a hit such as Dr. Seuss. Is magical, historical, imaginary and environmentally sound.

    All I have is a six minute video introduction with a thirty two colorful image storybook, there will have to be another cost of $700-$1000 dollars for higher dpi's, to be able to print. Any and all comments will be accepted for future thought for consideration. Thank you for your time and have a lovely Holiday.

    Best Regards,

    Gary B. Faerber

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