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TGIF Book Marketing Tips: How to communicate online to get better book sales | The Official BookBuzzr Blog

July 2nd, 2010
Guest Expert: Teresa Morrow

You have taking on the endeavor of writing a book. In order to sell your book, you will need to tell people about it. You will need to communicate the message about your book so those readers who resonate with your book will want to know more about you and the book. And how you communicate this message can either bring in more sales or possibly drive people away from wishing to know more about your book.

1. Communication is give and take –
Any meaningful conversation consists of listening and speaking. You are excited to share the message of your book with people, but don’t allow this enthusiasm hinder you listening to the questions, comments and suggestions others may communicate with you during a conversation. You do not want to dominate the conversation by talking about you and your book and not allowing others to share their part of the conversation. By listening to others in a conversation, you will open yourself up to meeting new people and potential readers.

2. Think before you speak (or type) –
Having a clear concise plan on how you are going to communicate with others about your book is important in bringing in more potential sales. Especially with being online, you know each message is archived and kept indefinitely, so having an idea of the words you are going to use could make the difference. It is best not to rush into saying or typing something you may regret later.

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