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Marketing & Sales
  • Author:
    John Hunt,Tim Ward
  • ISBN:
    1846941660
  • ISBN13:
    978-1846941665
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  • Publisher:
    Compass Books (March 16, 2009)
  • Pages:
    224 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Marketing & Sales
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Tim Ward is the author of several books, most recently Savage Breast (O Books). We also have to learn how to sell ourselves

Tim Ward is the author of several books, most recently Savage Breast (O Books). John Hunt runs O Books. We also have to learn how to sell ourselves. higher sales figures and an increase in royalties. Perhaps you need to generate more book sales? Or your title has slipped into a black hole on the publisher’s back list. Could your book benefit from a fresh publicity campaign?

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Tim Ward and John Hunt. It’s not often that a creative writing book starts with. If you haven’t already started writing, and are expecting you book to sell, think twice about the effort you’ll need to put into marketing, and whether you have the time for it. This is typical of the no-nonsense advice of an author/publisher double act that get right down to the realities of getting your work in print and sold.

Author Tim Ward and publisher John Hunt have teamed up to create The Author’s Guide to Publishing and Marketing, a must read for any would-be author, especially in tough economic times

Author Tim Ward and publisher John Hunt have teamed up to create The Author’s Guide to Publishing and Marketing, a must read for any would-be author, especially in tough economic times. The book is an invaluable resource for new and experienced writers navigating the challenging terrain of book publishing and marketing. The book draws from the experience of Tim Ward, author of four prevous books, and John Hunt, publisher of O Books.

John Hunt Publishing is a publishing company founded in the United Kingdom in 2001, initially named O Books. The publisher has 24 active autonomous imprints, with the largest of these being the Zero Books imprint founded in 2009. The Zero Books imprint was founded with the objective being to combat what they viewed as a trend of in contemporary culture.

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John Hall’s Top of Mind is a guide to helping you do s. There are a lot of marketing and sales books and there are more coming out all the time, but with this list, we’ll help make sure that your time is well spent on the best of the best.

John Hall’s Top of Mind is a guide to helping you do so. Hall’s book provides insights into how to create meaningful and authentic relationships between customers and products. 14. Outside Insight by Jørn Lyseggen. Practice makes perfect, but use these books to make sure that the marketing you are putting into practice is as close to perfect as possible.

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Author John Chapman leads you through the intricacies of getting your book to readers. Conventional publishing, Self-publishing, Independent - Print on demand and Ebook. he choices are up to you, and are not as tricky as you may believe.

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It’s not often that a creative writing book starts with … “If you haven’t already started writing, and are expecting you book to sell, think twice about the effort you’ll need to put into marketing, and whether you have the time for it.” This is typical of the no-nonsense advice of an author/publisher double-act that gets right down to the realities of getting your work in print and sold. The purpose of the guide is to help new writers make the most of their resources to ‘design, negotiate and carry out a realistic and cost-effective book promotion campaign. And for those who having got a publishing contract, it explains how to include a ‘marketing dimension’ in your book proposal to make it as appealing as possible for prospective publishers, so that they can see the potential of your books.
We also have to learn how to sell ourselves. The Author’s Guide To Publishing & Marketing by Tim Ward and John Hunt is an ideal book to help hone your marketing skills, and lifts the veil on the mysteries of marketing a book in order to get the best results i.e. higher sales figures and an increase in royalties. Perhaps you need to generate more book sales? Or your title has slipped into a black hole on the publisher’s back list. Could your book benefit from a fresh publicity campaign? Are you about to launch a new book and need some advice on the rapidly developing minefield of on-line marketing and social media? Did you know, for example, that around 80% of all sales are through word of mouth? So if your book is a couple of years old, it may have been pushed out of the spotlight by newer titles with more media-savvy authors. The purpose of this guide is to help writers make the most of their resources to design, negotiate and carry out a realistic and cost-effective book promotion campaign both off and on-line. It explains how to develop appealing marketing for those who find their sales aren’t going too well with an existing publisher, or those about to embark on a new publishing campaign — this is the ideal book for you.
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I found this to be an exceptionally useful guide for authors struggling with the hard part of publishing (which, depressingly, is not writing the book, but getting it published and then noticed!). This guide book is succinct and to the point, with lots of great tips for authors trying to get their work publicized. All authors believe that if only their book gets noticed it will sell--they may be right or wrong, but one thing's for sure: with some 400 books published every day in the US, you're not going to make any sales unless you can get your work noticed. This guide book will help you achieve that. Highly recommended. The Author's Guide to Publishing and Marketing