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Marketing your pictures, how and where
J. W. McManigal
|Statement||by J. W. McManigal ...|
|LC Classifications||TR820 .M25|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||46007391|
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A picture creates a moment of connection, and someone will likely comment on it, favorite it or click to follow your profile because of it. These are not pictures of you and your book.
Use your book signings, conferences and other speaking engagements as an opportunity to take photos and create videos to post on your Pinterest boards.
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You could also post popular quotes or snippets of material from your upcoming book. If your future #1 fan never even hears that your book exists, there is no way for her to discover your work and share it with her friends.
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Create a series of YouTube videos where the author sits reading small sections of the book. Put the URL in the description below the video. This is a good way of getting taster content out. 24+ websites to find free images for your marketing.
This is an album of photos of women of color in tech, started by Christina and Stephanie, the founders of #WOCinTech Chat. The images can be used as long as you attribute #WOCinTech Chat or (While the team isn’t updating the album anymore, there are over images to.
Consider all of the resources and options available to make the absolute most of your marketing efforts. Have an online book tour and plan a cost-effective online campaign. Write a press release and distribute it to online outlets.
Create monthly newsletters and ask fans to sign up for them. The book I have been waiting for. Absolutely no fluff. You will only find important and direct information about marketing your personal photos from somebody who succeeded and decided to share his rich experience.
Don't waste your time on marketing authors who only wish to sell their books to augment their profit. This is the real s: Check your website or blog and make sure all your images have links, and if possible, find any text links and replace them with image links.
No matter what your technical skill, there is one image link that you absolutely need to master and use on your blog or website, if your book is available on Amazon. A good customer database is vital – it’s like a little black book for your business.
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Finally, make sure people actually see your book trailer! You can promote your video through platforms like Facebook.
8. Get as Many Reviews as Possible. You’ve found who’s gonna read your book. You’ve found who they follow (and who will tell them to read your book). And you’ve found where they find out about your books.
4. Create your Facebook username (aka your vanity URL) Your username helps people find you on Facebook. Click Create Page @Username to make one. It can be up to 50 characters long.
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