I have 5 spots open, so let me know quickly if you’re interested! Since you’re part of the blog family, you get a 10% discount. 🙂
Below a little about the course, but you can see all the details HERE.
Take your book marketing to the next level by learning the top 5 tools of book marketing and how to apply them to you and your books.
- Grow Your Email List into a powerful tool
- Build an effective Launch Team
- How to get more Amazon Reviews
- How to find and work with Influencers in your target audience to widen your reach
- Create an effective Launch Plan
Through this 10-week course, you’ll receive in-depth training, actionable feedback, and built-in accountability to help you succeed in each of these areas. If you’ve ever wanted full-access to pick a book marketer’s brain, this is it. With the extended time-frame of the course, you’ll be able to implement what you learn each step of the way, getting answers to questions that arise during the process. The group format makes this course a favorite because of the chance to hear answers to questions you didn’t even know to ask!
Format: For each topic, you’ll watch a 30-minute instructional video at your leisure, then we’ll schedule a group video chat after to answer your questions and develop your action items. As a bonus, we’ll have a Facebook Group just for this course, so authors can bounce ideas off each other and collaborate as we make our way through the course.
I’m planning to begin the course at the end of May, but can adjust the timing if necessary.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to email me at misty (at) mistymbeller (dot) com.
I’ve blogged in the past about the power of Amazon reviews, including nine solid ways to help garner reviews for your books.
As new resources come on the scene every day, let’s take a peek at three great ways to get your book in front of people happy to post an honest review on Amazon. (By the way, I don’t receive affiliate compensation from any of these resources. I’ve just found them helpful, and I want to make sure you know about them!) Read the rest of this entry »
You’ve heard me talk about launch teams several times, but I thought it would be helpful to share my experiences with my latest release. (This Treacherous Journey, released Feb. 6th, 2018.)
Before I began to prepare for this release, I had about 20 wonderful people on my launch team. I knew I wanted to grow the team for this new book, so about three months before the release date, I sent an invitation to my email list, explaining what the launch team was and offering the chance to join (through a screening process).
I was thrilled with the response, and grew the team to 189 members. Read the rest of this entry »
Street Team, Launch Team, Influencers, ARC Team, or Fan Club—the name varies, but any author who’s launched a book with a strong Launch Team knows their value with a new release.
A Launch Team is basically a group of readers who are ready and willing (and eager!) to get the word out on the street about an author’s books. In exchange for free Advance Review Copies (ARCs), they post reviews, share memes, and shout from the rooftops about the new release. When I think of my launch team, I think of my first readers, my inside circle, my front lines, my most enthusiastic fans.
Having a strong Launch Team will provide countless benefits, but here are my favorite three: Read the rest of this entry »
We’re deep in our blog series about sample launch plans depending on what type of book you’re releasing.
Today, we’ll cover a sample launch plan for your later-in-series book!
A later-in-series book is arguably one of the easiest types to launch, because you have the momentum of earlier books in the series, and existing readers who are eager for more of the same characters and setting. This type of book is also the easiest to launch at regular price!
Technically the launch plan we’ll discuss could be either a fiction novel or non-fiction series. We’ll look at the big picture goals and the details! Read the rest of this entry »