Zoom Seminar: Your Book Marketing Recipe for Sizzling Sales Starts August 9, 2020
Sunday, August 9, 2020
Live Seminar Via Zoom at 6:00PM CST
Join best-selling author Shayla Raquel for her popular seminar: Your Book Marketing Recipe for Sizzling Sales
Is your book marketing strategy a little bland? Spice it up with a recipe for author success! You’ve invested time, energy, sweat, and maybe some tears into writing your book. But without the right marketing strategy, you and your book will languish, never connecting with the readers (and reviewers) who need to find your words. Using digital tools, you can create a marketing recipe that will get your book noticed without giving you heartburn.
In this practical, how-to-filled session, you’ll learn to have fun with marketing while attracting and keeping loyal readers. The importance of creating a compelling author website and critical elements for producing a high-quality, marketing-worthy book will be reviewed. We’ll also examine the best social media platforms for authors and how to use them to build reader engagement and drive book sales. Using email marketing strategies effectively, building a team of devoted book ambassadors, and establishing a true-to-yourself brand will also be covered.
Shayla Raquel | Live via Zoom
August 9, 2020 | 6:00PM - 8:30 PM CST
Seminar is fully ONLINE and meets via Zoom
Instructor Shayla Raquel is an expert editor, best-selling author, and book marketer, Shayla Raquel works one-on-one with authors and business owners every day. A lifelong lover of books, she has edited over 400 books and has launched several Amazon best sellers for her clients. Her award-winning blog teaches new and established authors how to write, publish, and market their books. She is the author of the Pre-Publishing Checklist, “The Rotting” (in Shivers in the Night), The Suicide Tree, and The 10 Commandments of Author Branding. In her not-so-free time, she acts as organizer for the Yukon Writers’ Society, volunteers at the Oklahoma County Jail, and obsesses over squirrels. She lives in Oklahoma with her dogs, Chanel, Wednesday, and Baker.