111 Tips to Market Your Book For Free – Part 2

Savvy Writers & e-Books online

In my first blog post about the upcoming e-book “111 Tips How to Market Your Book For Free” we looked at all the pre-publishing book marketing – something you can do, before you even start with the manuscript. Let’s assume you have been very busy writing your book, blogging and making lots of contacts. Now you just finished your book. See what you can do before the big book launch:

ONCE  YOU  FINISHED  YOUR  BOOK

  1. Refine your book, edit, edit and edit some more
  2. Have an Editor correct and refine your manuscript
  3. Get your ISBN number and register your copyright
  4. Search for a graphic designer and e-book formatter
  5. Let your books interior design
  6. Create a brilliant book cover- that’s what people see first
  7. Choose the right category / genre and sub-genre for your book
  8. Get a W-7 Form (if not USA taxed)
  9. Let your e-book professionally convert and upload
  10. Contact…

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