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  1. A Book Marketing Discussion with #1 NYT and WSJ Bestselling Author, Daniel Pink
  2. The Connection System
    Book Marketing 101
  3. 5 parts of your author business

All the Marketing 101 Articles

  1. Book Marketing Plan
    The Definitive Checklist
  2. 11 Best Book Marketing Books
  3. A Book Marketing Discussion with #1 NYT and WSJ Bestselling Author, Daniel Pink
  4. Ebook Piracy = Sell More Books
  5. Twitter and Book Marketing
  6. 5 Myths About Email Marketing for Authors
  7. The Connection System
    Book Marketing 101
  8. Creating the Right Author Content
  9. Influencer Outreach 101: How to Get Other People to Promote Your Book
  10. Author Platforms: The What, Why, and How
  11. Book Industry Trends: How to Succeed in 2019 (and Beyond)
  12. Does email still matter?
  13. The Author’s Guide to Tribes
  14. The #1 Goal for Your Book Marketing
  15. 5 Unfair Advantages of an Author Platform
  16. A Simple Marketing Plan for Fiction Authors
  17. To Sell More Books, Change the Story You Tell Yourself About Marketing
  18. The Magic of Creating an Ideal Reader Persona
  19. Book Marketing During COVID-19
  20. Social Distancing: The Perfect Time for Digital Outreach
  21. Should you give your book away?
  22. What is a Tribe?
  23. Renting vs. Owning Your Fans
  24. 6 Steps to Building a Fan Based Tribe
  25. The #1 thing publishers care about (or how to get your book published)
  26. The cost of shoe leather
  27. The Marketing Power of Externalizing
  28. Authors make the world a better place
  29. How to use your book to market your book
  30. We all need each other to succeed
  31. The Experimental Mindset
  32. How to guarantee you'll do book marketing right
  33. How to write a book you know will sell
  34. Now is the time to get started
  35. Is your marketing not working? Here's why.
  36. How do you find new readers?
  37. What is the future of publishing?
  38. 5 parts of your author business
  39. The Introvert’s Guide to Book Marketing
  40. How to connect with successful authors
  41. When should you start marketing your book?