I’m getting ready for a special class for authors called
“Best Book Marketing Strategies for 2010”
You can attend this Teleseminar Nation event FREE by calling in at 11:59AM Pacific Time (3:00PM Eastern) on 1/28
I suggest you head over to the Teleseminar Nation web site now… at the site, you can scroll down to 1) Submit a question before or during the class or 2) Use the Web Player to listen online While at Teleseminar Nation, be sure to sign up for an account (FREE) which will allow you:
- Updates about teleseminars, classes, radio show of interest
- Free promotion for your own teleseminar or radio show
- Directories of authors and businesses using teleseminar (great networking tool)
Using Teleseminars and Radio Shows to Promote Your Book
Teleseminars and Radio are wonderful tools to build momentum in your book marketing. There is little or no cost, you can reach anyone with a phone and it’s the easist way to establish a additional channel of communication with your readers. We all like to hear a voice behind the words we read.. I have had dozens of experiences where I meet someone that I only knew through a teleseminar or radio appearance and it really breaks through to a new dimension when you have had this experience. Have you used teleseminars to teach the material in your book? Leave a comment below and include links to any free playbacks you offer.
Do you have a Radio Show?
Every author should host their own radio show. There is no cost, and no commitment to length or number of shows. We’ve seen authors get additional search engine rank and web site readers with just a single BlogTalkRadio show. Each show is submitted to directories, indexed by the search engines and can be found as a podcast on iTunes. Sign up takes just a few minutes. You can see my show page at http://BlogTalkRadio.com/warren Be sure to click “Add Friend” and make a connection so we can network and build audiences there.
Secret to Entertaining Author Radio Shows
Most authors can speak on their topic for hours, but it gets lonely speaking into a phone as the only voice (and not much fun for the listeners either). The cure is easy… just add one or more guests. You’ll find that it’s much easier to book a guest than to get booked as a guest (which is fairly easy anyway). When you are a show host, you add another creditial to your resume, and you will be amazed at the authors and experts that will set aside time to be on any radio show. Find guests by browsing through your keywords at BlogTalkRadio, connecting with the other members of Teleseminar Nation or visiting the leading bloggers in your niche. You will find that most of them are open to reciprocating to use you are a guest blogger, show guest or joint venture partners once you have had them as a guest (NOTE: Don’t make reciprocity a demand.. do the favor or having someone as your guest.. waiting to ask until after they have had a pleasant experience on your show.
Need a Social Media, Twitter, or Book Marketing Expert?
I would love to say yes if I am not booked or on a plane… contact my staff at [email protected] for availability.