When you are thinking about marketing your book, and an idea occurs to you about what you could do to promote your book or enhance your brand, what do you do?
· Further contemplate if it is a good idea?
· Continue to ponder how you would act on it?
· Dismiss it for reasons out of your control?
· Seek the advice of those in the know?
· Look to friends and family to affirm or destroy it?
· Develop plans to take action on it?
· Conduct research on the idea?
· Test it out on a small scale?
· Weigh it against all other possibilities?
· Brainstorm to get lots of ideas?
· Evaluate all of the ideas to find the best ones?
· Take action immediately?
· Judge or filter ideas through a particular prism?
· ID what is needed to act on them?
· Take small action steps?
· Set a timeline to execute the idea?
· Figure out who can help or assist you?
· Analyze the potential risk-reward?
· Figure out what kind of cash flow is initially needed to support it?
I have ideas hit me all of the time. I simply write them down on scrap paper or email myself a note. Some people will use the Notes function on their phone or keep a file on their computer. Many will dedicate a notebook to store their ideas. How you record them doesn’t matter as much as you going back to look at them, and if course nothing beats taking action on some of those ideas.
What do you do with your book marketing ideas? What will you do?
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