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How to Market Yourself on the Internet Jobsearch (Crisp Professional Series) by Carrie Straub

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Published by Crisp Learning .
Written in English


  • Advice on careers & achieving success,
  • Internet,
  • Internet - General,
  • Careers / Job Opportunities,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Career/Job,
  • Job hunting,
  • Careers - Job Hunting,
  • Online Services - General,
  • Computers / General,
  • Computer network resources

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages132
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8616835M
ISBN 101560524510
ISBN 109781560524519

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Attempting to market your book on the Internet without any guidance is like attempting to become a master chef after one cooking class. However, with a little help, anyone can do it. We created this reference guide of resources, helpful Web sites and other tips to make your marketing . Attempting to market your book on the Internet without any guidance is like attempting to become a master chef after one cooking class. However, with a little guidance and a little practice, anyone can get started marketing their book online. We know it can be difficult to market your self-published book online by yourself.   Online you can be in your bathrobe and slippers and no one will know the difference. Lead with helpful information, don’t lead with your book. No one (but your mom) cares that you wrote a book. Your audience, whether it’s your reader or a blog dedicated to your market, wants to know what the book . How to make money on the internet is a popular question, and one that is easily answered, simply create a quality website to sell your product or service and follow the SEO & Internet Marketing guidance presented in this book 4/4(11).

Look for book reviewers and bloggers who read work from your genre. Ask them, beg them, convince them (in the nicest, non-annoying way possible) to read your book and leave a review. When marketing your first book, you need to check your pride at the door and be just a tad bit shameless. 6. Choose the Right Book Cover. A lot rests on your book.   And if you’re an author with a book to sell, it’s imperative that you utilize these sites. When we last spoke, I told you that if you wanted to successfully market yourself, you needed accounts on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+. Book publishers don’t give you a whole lot of support in marketing. Understanding the principles of marketing and applying those on a personal level can empower YOU to succeed. This book teaches you how to like your product, YOU, how to improve your product and /5(3). Consider writing at least three sales pitches for your book: 10 seconds, 30 seconds, and 60 seconds. When someone asks what the book is about, give them the 10 second pitch. If the person responds with interest, have a longer pitch ready! Practice your pitches on friends until they tell you the pitches work.

  And how many of these do you want? As many as you can get. The biggest and best push with online marketing is the link building, but again, this needs to be grown slowly over time. Adding thousands of links in a week or a month will only get you in trouble with the governing body of the Internet.   And so on. Scarcity and competition add urgency to book buying, and that can help you create some momentum around your book. 5. Keep the buzz going – find new reasons and angles to .   You're reading Entrepreneur Middle East, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media. I often run into entrepreneurs who feel as if they are their industry’s best-kept secret, they do .   Marketing Online 1. Produce daily content to draw in new viewers and keep your name at the top of social media feeds. The hardest working 2. Advertise your book on a personal website. They enable %(8).