This is an example promo page for the Challenge particpants.
[My elevator pitch]
Are you an author or a blogger with an ebook associated with your business?
Do you want to learn how to promote your books online? Do you have a book launch coming up and need to build a buzz around it? Self-published for a while and just not seeing the sales?
**~How to Promote Your Book Without Being Annoying is for you~**
[Additional sales copy, almost identical to what I used for the challenge.]
I know you have a story to tell — a message that you want to get out to the people who need to hear your words.
But you don’t want to be one of those obnoxious author-pests who never do anything but drop links to their work and bug you with skeezy sales tactics.
You’re the real deal, and writing is your passion, but how do you get the right people reading your work? How do you let them know that you’re here when you’re competing with Mr. And Mrs. Obnoxious Author everywhere you go?
The answer is pretty simple! You don’t compete with them at all. You focus on building your audience. But how?
If you’re new to online book promotion, or you aren’t getting the results you want, my free 10 day challenge can help you lay the foundation you need to get your story in front of the people who need to read it.
- Where and How to Find People Who WANT to read your book.
- How to build a sense of community and excitement around your work.
- How to set up a promo page and make it work FOR YOU instead of dropping buy links and begging for sales.
- Where to find promotional opportunities and how to approach influencers.
(On a real promo page, this would be an active link)
From the book:
(If this was real, I’d have more/better tweets and a series of quote images at the end.)
[bctt tweet=”Look at the parts of your book that bring up the most emotion when you read them.” username=”@EvilGeniusRBF”]
If you’re excited about this book, please share a link to my page and/or the promo graphics below.
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