Networking for Authors

Your book is finished, but your work is not yet finished! If you want to sell your title, you have to market it.

Before you start, define your target audience and choose the right strategy.

In this article, I offer some tips to help authors get the most out of networking.

1) SOCIAL MEDIA

Use social media to make connections. On Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube etc. you can easily reach a wide audience, get feedback from your readers, spy on your competitors 😉 and much more. Choose the right social media platform for you, your book and your target audience and be social 🙂

2) SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION

Many books are released each year; therefore, you need to make your own product page findable and desirable. Use keywords in your product description to boost your book’s online visibility. Google Trends can help you get started.

3) PRESS RELEASES

Write and publish press releases to gain the attention of journalists and bloggers. You can use our press service – find out more in your Feiyr account. You don’t have an account yet? Sign up now, registration’s free!

4) LIBRARY EVENTS & BOOK FAIRS

Go to as many library events as you can. Why? Because you can combine learning and networking in a single day (or weekend). The Self-Publishing Day in Hamburg could be a good occasion, for example. We will be there too, so don’t miss it!

5) CONTACT DETAILS

Always include your contact information, so journalists and booksellers can easily find you. You can also create a marketing kit with information about your product.

One last tip – network with your readers and make them happy! You can give away signed copies of your books, organize readings or create a blog where you offer writing tips.

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