The First 100 Days of Your Book
Today having an excellent book with an great idea isn't enough for success. Over 2,000,000 books published every year, don't expect the crowd to pick up your book and say "it is a masterwork" even if it is.I swear you won't find any marketing bullshit in this book:No "social media is the king" crap No "just order a gold marketing package" and problem is solved No "do a giveaway" or "kindle free promotion" and everybody will buy your bookI collected all the working marketing steps for those who want to make an impact with their books. You won't find any of the words "strategy" or "planning" in this book. I'm a practical guy and so I try to keep the bullshit and time-wasting things away from you, but I deeply believe that there are methods that should be shared with the new authors who have limited resources to do marketing.I'm focusing mainly on KDP authors, since it is the best platform to publish indie books in 2019. You will find small steps (not time-consuming), and some bigger steps in this short book which will be effective in long term. I tried to keep these steps in a linear timeline as it may happen even in real life.I hope you will enjoy reading this book, and you will find some useful resources and unique tactics that will raise your book out from the crowd.

The First 100 Days of Your Book Details

TitleThe First 100 Days of Your Book
Author
ReleaseSep 4th, 2019
PublisherIndependently Published
ISBN-139781690959151
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GenreBusiness

The First 100 Days of Your Book Review

  • Peter Ogara
    January 1, 1970
    Joel isn't an easy going person, but he is really dedicated for his hobby: "books".Over the years he told a lot of stories about authors and publishing houses and I was really interested reading his experiences.Well, overall this book's tone is very personal. He introduces the best of his practical knowledge to the readers, while he keeps the focus on a hypothetical timeline: "The First 100 Days". To be honest it was a great idea to share the concrete marketing steps as it woul Joel isn't an easy going person, but he is really dedicated for his hobby: "books".Over the years he told a lot of stories about authors and publishing houses and I was really interested reading his experiences.Well, overall this book's tone is very personal. He introduces the best of his practical knowledge to the readers, while he keeps the focus on a hypothetical timeline: "The First 100 Days". To be honest it was a great idea to share the concrete marketing steps as it would happen in real life. I'm also addicted to books so I knew a lot of tactics of Joel, but he shared several unique ones in this book. If you are a first time author this book will definitely help you in the marketing jungle.
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  • Frank Kelso
    January 1, 1970
    A easy to follow no-guilt way to promo your newbook with easy to follow steps - 1 a day!Plain spoken advice and warning about the tricksters out there trying to get money from new authors. Joel gives new authors a roadmap on book promos and hope that new authors have a chance at being able Amazon Best Seller.
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  • M STRADFORD
    January 1, 1970
    Great Book Marketing Resource A quick read that offers practical tips, key lists, and helpful advice on marketing and selling books. I highly recommend it to all writers.
  • Bjorn Nabben
    January 1, 1970
    New practical approach in book marketingThe author uses really simple direct language, it feels like sitting in front of you. He introduces a step plan to the reader how to promote his or her book. He includes both paid and free opportunities, so you can work on marketing based on your budget. But most importantly, Joel shares his personal opinion of the methods he introduces. The book is up to date, and gives a great insight into book publishing.
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  • Curtis Smith
    January 1, 1970
    Good marketing resource base for self-published authors.In a sense it was really interesting to get an insight behind the marketing curtain.
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