How to Successfully Market your eBook: A Beginner's Guide to Marketing Your Self Published eBook

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Want to know how to get your self-published eBook in front of people who might be interested in purchasing it? This eBook will show you how to:
- Keep energising and promoting your work
- Achieve eBook marketing success
- Become a successful self-published author More

Available ebook formats: epub mobi pdf lrf pdb txt html

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About Jo Harrison - Author Assistant

I am a British Virtual Assistant specialising in formatting books for self-publishing or into eBook format ready for Smashwords and Amazon Kindle.

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Review by: ArielProspero on Sep. 10, 2018 :
Buy this book.

I had a head start with it. I was following Jo Harrison's FREE Marketing eCourse. The course is this book, running over a 5 week period. In itself, a great gift to self-publishing authors but, given this turns into such a great reference guide, having it collated into a single file is far handier, which is why I bought it. Besides, for the value of the content, this eBook offers fabulous return on investment for the pennies Jo sells it for.

From my own experience - To have published your book(s) yourself, you will have put a lot of time into finding out what to do and how to go about it. That was actually the easy part of why you did it - to sell your work you spent valuable time of your life writing.

To write your work, you will have either consciously or instinctively followed the sound principle, write what you know about. But, unless you are actually in the marketing sector itself, marketing your book, putting it in front of people who will buy it, is perhaps not your specialist area.

So, who is going to even find your book amongst the blizzard of books using the same outlets you are going to have to use?

Successfully Market your eBook by Jo Harrison points your mind in the right direction and gets you off to a good start with the "what to do and how to go about it". It is full of tips, not just from Jo but from successful authors who work with her.

Visit Jo's website which puts this book in perspective, or is it vice versa? Either way, it is an added value thing to do. A thought that can occur while visiting the website - lots of tips about marketing it but is the book presented as polished as it can be for success from the marketing? Check Jo's services.

The personal contact I have had with Jo, reinforces what flows through this book - her passion for helping people.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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