Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – How to take full advantage of FREE book promotions.

Here’s a site that all of us social media conference attendees should check out. Sally’s a lovely, warm person, so it’s worth seeing a blog that’s really living up to everything a blog can be. πŸ™‚

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I have been offering free book promotions for the last three years and if you have any doubts about spending time promoting other authors, let me assure you it is time very well spent.

  1. It opens the door to meeting like-minded and talented writers who are more times than not, very generous and love offering support and promotion in return.
  2. It encourages more people to visit your blog. Not just for the author promotions but for your other posts as well. It also develops your other networks on social media
  3. It generates more interest in your own books.

A few things that are key to making the most of free promotional opportunities.

  1. It helps enormously if you read the submission guidelines carefully to make it easier to showcase a book more effectively. This means supplying all the information requesting in the format outlined. For example – sending all links to…

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2 comments on “Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – How to take full advantage of FREE book promotions.
  1. Quite helpful tips πŸ™‚

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