I’ve taken my experience and conversations with thought leaders, authors, publishers, and writers, and condensed this wisdom into a handful of marketing tools to get you started. No matter where you’re at on your journey, if you’re ready to publish a book – or have already – my resources will give you actionable steps to successfully market your books. And, because I love ya’ll, they’re free! Check out all of my marketing tools below.
This Manifesto gets you on the road to marketing yourself and your work in four easy and detailed steps. It addresses creating your website, how to use social media to your advantage, the best ways to build a successful email list, and a guide for creating and using paid ads.
Find out your marketing style by taking my Author Marketing Quiz! It’ll help us identify your level of marketing experience and outline areas for you to grow. At the end, I’ll give you all of my insider tips and tricks in a worksheet that’s catered specifically to your marketing personality.
EMAIL SUBJECT LINES
Email subject lines should influence the reader to open them, which is a lot trickier than you think. This guide has 74 email subject lines, as well as words to use and ones to avoid. Don’t spam your readers, get them to come back for more!
Whether you’re new to hashtags or a #pro, this list will help you. All the research has been done for you, so you can start using popular and effective hashtags right from the start. I’ve also included some tips of how to use hashtags on different platforms like Twitter and Instagram.
Building a content calendar may be one of the more intimidating tasks for new marketers, even if that person is a writer. This list will help you populate and maintain an interesting and effective content calendar for your social media channels and your blog.