2017 Readers’ Favorite Silver Award Winner (Non-Fiction)! 5/5 STARS, Readers Favorite! 4/4 STARS, IndieReader! THE SINGLE BEST TOOL every writer needs NOW to build, boost, and grow their author platform. Unsure how to market your book or feel overwhelmed by the sheer number of author platform options out there (or not even sure what the term means)? Ever wish someone could2017 Readers’ Favorite Silver Award Winner (Non-Fiction)! 5/5 STARS, Readers Favorite! 4/4 STARS, IndieReader! THE SINGLE BEST TOOL every writer needs NOW to build, boost, and grow their author platform. Unsure how to market your book or feel overwhelmed by the sheer number of author platform options out there (or not even sure what the term means)? Ever wish someone could break it down for you in simple steps? Then this is the book for you! Over the course of one month, Rachel provides you daily challenges containing a wealth of information, and easy to follow assignments to help energize your book sales. If you haven’t released your book yet, this book will help you set the stage necessary to build the strongest foundation possible for success. Topics include: * Twitter secrets * Facebook page must-do’s * Social media ideas you might not know or haven’t thought of * Promotion, giveaways, and other book marketing secrets * Website, blogging, and SEO tips designed just for authors All writers, bloggers, and small businesses can benefit can benefit from this guide. “When it comes to social media marketing for authors, no one knows more than Rachel Thompson. She practices what she preaches and has helped dozens of our authors enjoy significant leaps in their social media standing.” Steve Bennett, Founder & Creative Director, AuthorBytes “This book is an amazing compilation of data and resources that only someone with years of experience could pull together. As a book marketing specialist myself, I’m still blown away by the amazing content Rachel provides. If you’re writing or marketing a book, this is a MUST-HAVE. “ Alexa Bigwarfe, Author Coach & Owner of Kat Biggie Press Digital Media Co. Buy this book right now and get started. Your only regret is that you waited so long!...
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The BadRedhead Media 30-Day Book Marketing Challenge Reviews
I’ve been following Rachel Thompson since I first started publishing five years ago – and have been grateful for her advice, which has helped my last three novels become Amazon best sellers. As well as being an author, Rachel has 184,000 followers on Twitter and 12,000 likes on Facebook.You might think I don’t need her advice now - but things are changing all the time so it’s easy to miss something important. There is no shortage of well-intentioned advice and guidance out there but this is one book I’d recommend to all authors - as it can save you valuable time when you could be writing.Updated for 2018, Rachel’s BadRedhead Media 30-Day Book Marketing Challenge offers one good idea for each of the thirty days. Week one focusses on how to get the best from Twitter and I found I was picking up new tips despite being an active user.I still find authors who think it’s a waste of time or have a picture of their cat and no links in their bio. I’ve met many interesting writers and connected with readers through Twitter, although like most things, what you get from it depends on what you put in.Week two looks at Facebook – and I’ll admit to being a late and somewhat reluctant adopter. I found this section particularly useful as Facebook keep changing the rules. I’m always amazed at the ‘reach’ the right post can have on Facebook and it offers a very different level of engagement with readers. As Rachel points out, some readers are only on Facebook, so it’s worth creating an author page and following her advice.Week three considers broader promotion, such as Amazon author pages, beta readers and the sometimes bewildering world of paid for promotion. It took me a while to understand the benefits of giving books away for free but Rachel makes a good case for it. (I watched one weekend as readers downloaded hundreds of free promotion copies of one of my books – then only three left a review.)In the final section Rachel discusses author websites, rankings, SEO and blogging. The section on understanding the demographics of your readers is very useful, as well as the states on the differing audiences for social media. I had a blog post go ‘viral’ once but never understood why, so it helps if you can use analytics to learn what’s going on.I’ll leave the last word to Rachel Thompson: “Accept that nobody owes you anything. It’s a privilege when anyone reads our work, let alone shares it or reviews it.”Tony Riches
This is an easy to follow course on upping your social media presence. It has daily exercise links to guide you through the maze of SEO, blogging, making a good headline into a GREAT headline, and so much more!I found some really great information here and plan on going through it a few more times. It's one of those books every author should keep next to their laptop!I give The BadRedHead Media 30-Day Book Marketing Challenge 5 lovely kisses- A Must Read!First posted on It's All About the Romance
A fantastic guide to marketing for the modern authorThis book was sadly not as useful for me as it might have been - after 3 years of publishing my work, I found out most of the useful stuff in this book the hard way, on my own. That having been said - how I wish I had this book 3 years ago! I would not have HAD to figure it all out on my own! Thompson lays things out in simple terms that even the fairly computer-illiterate like me are able to follow! Any authors looking to build their platform and market online should check this book out!