Sell 1 Million Books

Why do you think this post caught your attention? What made you hurry up and come here? There are three reasons: The post made a direct connection to you. It was made for you! You have a problem and it’s possible this post can solve your problem. Most of all, you became excited! Now think about your books and how you’re marketing to others. Are you doing three things with your posts: Writing posts that make a direction … [Read more...]

Millions of These Readers

Think about what kind of person would want to read a variety of books. There are millions out there, anxious to fill their bookshelves. They can even write-off the purchase of books as an expense. These people purchase more books than anyone else. They have books by their bedside, in their car, on their phone, and stuffed in purses and backpacks. They love bookstores and are always on the lookout for a new book. Who are they? Authors. … [Read more...]

Market Your Marketing

50,000 new books are published each month. 25,000 new products are released each year. This doesn’t count the books and products that are already out. All of them are promoting. All are fighting for market share. You don’t have the power or money for market share, so you’re looking for mindshare. This is gaining the attention of readers by spending the least amount of money possible. With thousands of books flooding the market each … [Read more...]

Best Themes to Sell Books

Which theme best describes your book? Taboo: Forbidden, or not discussed openly. Unusual: Interesting, unique, different. Hilarious: Extremely amusing. Remarkable: Worthy of attention, beyond the normal. Secret: Not meant to be known or seen by others. Why were these themes chosen? Because they are the most used themes in marketing. If your book fits into one of those categories, then you’re well on your way to selling … [Read more...]

Finding Your Target Audience

The quick way to locate your target audience is to think about one reader who will buy your book. Don't focus on thousands of readers, just that one person who comes into your mind. Ask this question based on your one reader: What is there biggest problem in the world and how can I solve that problem with my book(s)? STOP! If you're able to answer that question, then it's the difference between selling 5 books and selling 500,000 … [Read more...]