Social media has changed the book marketing game. Now authors can reach their readers directly. But this also comes with a catch...
Other authors are out there too!
How can you get the advantage so you can connect with your ideal reader?
Pinterest has advantages that other platforms don't.
Not only can you use it to promote your books, but you can also use Pinterest to help research and gather ideas during your writing process. And you can use the platform to make sales.
Pinterest isn't just a social media platform, it's also a search engine. Items on Pinterest often show up at the top of Google searches. It has over 100 million monthly users who use the platform to search for books, products and services.
In this course you'll learn:
1. The basics in creating a Pinterest account
2. How to create boards
3. How often to post and what to post
4. Should you pay for advertising?
5. Tools to grow your following
Learning how to use Pinterest to your advantage will give you the edge to:
*Market your books
*Research your ideas.
*Connect with readers.
*Sell your books.
If you aren't using Pinterest, you're missing out. Take a look at the curriculum below. You get free access to the Introduction and LIFETIME access to the course after you buy.
I'm a writer, coach and published author of fiction and non-fiction books including, “Think Like an Entrepreneur: Transforming Your Career and Taking Charge of Your Life.” My book is based on my career transition out of corporate, and my decision to attend Coach U, and go into business for myself. I’ve been a guest on Good Day Street Talk on Channel 5 in NYC, ABC6 TV, and WFMZ TV as an expert in career transitions and reinvention.
Since I've published over 10 books, I also provide book coaching/consulting to small business owners who want to write a book to promote their businesses. You can find out more about me, my coaching and my books, here: http://DBaileyCoach.com
I’ve spoken and presented workshops to organizations such as NJAWBO, NAWBO, The International Association of Administrative Professionals, The Association of Women in Computing, The College of NJ and Dress for Success Hudson County, among other organizations. Since 2008, I've interviewed over 400 thought leaders and small business owners on my Women Entrepreneurs Radio podcast, which is available on iTunes. (and other podcast platforms).
As a published author of several novels and a short stories, I love to share writing tips and information about book promotions and marketing. Visit my fiction website here for more information about my books: http://www.BrightStreetBooks.com