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This way, you can ask your street team to write early reviews. If you’ve ever felt this way, my new book, You 2.0 - Stop Feeling Stuck, Reinvent Yourself, and Become a Brand New You, might provide the answers you’ve been looking for. For the past few weeks, I’ve told you about my new book, You 2.0 - Stop Feeling Stuck, Reinvent Yourself, and Become a Brand New You, which is available for 99 cents for the next few days. I wrote a total of 30 posts for 30 days on Medium to promote the book, and this added 150 more sales during the first month of my launch. If you’re smart, you’ll plan every single step you’ll take leading up to the launch, as well as the days and weeks afterward. Instead, you want to have a plan in place and have your marketing materials prepared weeks before you hit publish. This is not something you want to pinch pennies on. Tell them what you like and dislike about the cover and what you want to be changed. But what if you don’t know what you like? Don’t expect shortcuts or gimmicks or magic tricks.
Writing a book in Google Docs will take longer than writing a blog post - mainly because it involves a LOT more writing and a few tricks you may yet be unaware of. I only had 250 subscribers when I launched my first book. Once you’ve written your book and you can see your launch on the horizon, you want to gently tease your subscribers so they know it’s coming. I sent my own subscribers the introduction to my book, Chapter One, and Chapter Two. Download software. Kindle Spy and KDP Rocket are two tools that instantly provide relevant keywords for your book. Companies often book up a year or two in advance. Make sure your social network profiles make reference to your book cover (link) in progress. 2. Asking your street team to help promote the book on social media and/or to their email lists. Ask your street team to promote your book on social media (or their email lists). Like I mentioned earlier, you want to give the book a good start with a boost of early sales to benefit from Amazon’s algorithms.
And even though I took a relatively passive role in promoting the book - I did a few promotions during launch to give me an early bump and then mostly counted on Amazon’s algorithm to drive sales - it earned its first $1,000 within five months. Before your launch, you should assemble a so-called "street team" to help write reviews for your book and promote it during launch week. These early reviews are important - you’ll need to have at least 10 reviews if you want to use book promotion sites during launch week. In the next week or so, I’ll share even more sections of the book. You can see examples of these in any book or ebook, and you may want to base yours on those examples (they’re generally very similar to one another in wording). With iCloud, you can ensure your data is continuously synchronized among your Apple devices while they're connected to the Internet. Initially, $3-$5 per day is a good budget because you can get useful data without breaking the bank.
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