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3 Platform-Building Book Marketing tactics

Develop Your Book Marketing & Publicity Plan:     It shouldn’t come as a surprise to hear that writing a book is no longer newsworthy. Thousands of new books release each week and now, more than ever before, it’s crucial that authors establish their book publicity platform and set a clear path to marketing their…
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Smith Publicity Explains Some Pros and Cons of Self-Publishing

The publishing industry has seen many changes in the past ten years. Self-publishing or independent publishing– and variations including hybrid and cooperative publishing – have surged in popularity, with of thousands of new titles released each year.    Traditional publishers continue to struggle with outdated business models, advances paid to authors have decreased, and book promotion…
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Book Marketing Tips Video

Check out our informative book marketing and book publicity tips video! https://youtu.be/tMXQz_zJgkc These book marketing and book publicity tips will help you how to market your book to gain media coverage, target your potential readers, and ultimately sell more books.Learn how to promote your book and publicize your brand.
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Dan Smith Featured in Forbes

Smith Publicity CEO & Founder Dan Smith was recently featured in Forbes for the third time. He was interviewed by Kimberly Whitler about how authors can leverage book marketing and book promotion to drive awareness about their book and expertise. Click here to read the article.  
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Smith Publicity Book Promotion Essentials: Quick Tips About Book Subtitles

Coming up with a book title can often be agonizing for authors. There are no “right” answers. Some high-profile authors pay quite handsomely to have others come up with a title. They are that important. For non-fiction books, the subtitle is just as important as a title. A book’s main title should be clear, impactful, intriguing,…
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4 Quick Tips on Finding a Good Book Publicist

To some, the term “publicist” brings up an image of a slick talking, promise-the-sky kind of person, someone who is more flash than substance. It’s almost a used care salesperson feeling some people get when they hear about a “publicist.” (not that there’s anything wrong with being a used car salesperson!) When it comes to…
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