What is the biggest problem you're having in selling your book?
After your book has been published and you are holding it in your hand is indescribable. I was so overjoyed that I just held it in my bosom and cried. I jut wanted to shout to the world that I had a book that I worked on for two hours a day until I had finished it, and I just wanted to tell the world about it. This is where your next exciting journey comes into play; selling your book and selling it successfully. Here are five tips that may help to improve your efforts to increase sales.
1.Project yourself in a way that holds your readers attention. Build your image. Make sure that your profile is up date on your website. The more you project yourself in a way that holds their attention, the more you gain their trust.
2. Add your reviews; this will make your book stand out and improve its marketability and enhance your title. Invite readers to review and evaluate your book.
3.Ask your public librarian if you could add your book on their shelves. Librarians are your best customers and allies, and they are the favorites of traditional publishing houses, self-publishers and small presses. Plus they hosts book signings, readings and meet-and-greet sessions in your library.
4. Use your Facebook and Twitter social media to connect and sell your book. Offer the first chapter of your book.
5. If you have an e-book, offer a free chapter of your book to be downloaded on mobile devices and i-pads to take your book selling to the next level.