Wednesday, November 30, 2016

2017 All-New Book Marketing & Book PR Toolkit

2017 Book Marketing & Book Publicity Toolkit

There have been over 2,200 posts on my blog. At the five-and-a-half-year-point, on November 13, 2016, I proudly reached my one-millionth click.  My 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 strive to offer you and all readers a dose of  inspiration, information, and ideas that challenge the norm, honor the past, and create a new path towards a strong future for books, literacy, the First Amendment, printed books, physical bookstores, and great writing. Here are my prior annual toolkits and this year’s best blog posts. Enjoy, practice what you read, and please give back by sharing with others.

How Do You Build The "Write” Platform?

The Social Media Strategy For Authors

83 Websites For Authors & Publishers

What Authors Must Do On Branding

11 Best Author, Literary Agent, Media Interviews Of The Year, An Opportunity For You To Be Interviewed

Which Demographic Do You Promote Your Book To?

10 Ways Authors Must Think Like The Media

14 Areas All Authors Must Master

Should You Promote Your Book By Yourself?

16 Ways To Work With Book Publicists

Marketing The Perfect Novel

10 Sure-Fire Ways To Get Media Coverage For Your Book

The 8 Biggest Book Publicity Mistakes To Avoid

10 PR Tips For Novelists At Thrillerfest

A Primer On Self-Publishing

Why Must You Promote Your Book?

What Should Authors Not Write About?

22 Bad Things Writers Could Do – But Shouldn’t

Great Quotes About Books & Writing – With Insight On Why We Love Such Quotes

How Are Books Really Made?

How Do Writers Navigate The Challenges Of Time?

What Do Book Publishers Value?

What Exactly Is Your Author Brand?

2016 Book Marketing & Book Publicity Toolkit

2015 Book Marketing & PR Toolkit

2014 Book Marketing & PR Toolkit

2013 Book Marketing & Book PR Toolkit

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 He feels more important when discussed in the third-person. This is copyrighted by BookMarketingBuzzBlog 2016 ©.
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