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Two Free Book Marketing Services for Self-Publishing Authors

You spoke. We listened. For the third time!

In September, self-publishing authors voted in a Web 2.0 poll on our blog where feedback was solicited on three choices for the next month’s promotion: an instant 10% savings on publishing services, $300 of “Mad Money” to spend on any pre-production option the author desires or free Amazon Search Inside and Barnes & Noble See Inside submissions after publication.

The first choice, Mad Money, was offered as the publishing package promotion during the month of October.  Now Outskirts Press listens to voters again this month by offering their second choice. With the Search Inside and See Inside features, authors can dramatically increase their chances to sell their books.  Amazon has found that books that participate in this program are significantly more successful, on average, than books that do not participate.  Being able to browse through sections of the book increases the confidence the customer has in the product and makes it far more likely they’ll purchase a copy of the book, whether they are browsing on Amazon or Barnes and Noble websites.

Authors who purchase the Diamond, Ruby or Pearl book publishing packages in November will be rewarded with two of the most popular marketing options available through Outskirts Press: Amazon Search Inside and Barnes & Noble See Inside.

For more information or to take advantage of this promotion, visit www.outskirtspress.com/promotion.html.  You must purchase a Diamond, Ruby or Pearl book publishing package in the month of November. At check out, simply enter the promo code LookInside11-2011. The marketing options will be added to your purchase at no cost.

Ready to start publishing and get free book marketing for your book? Let’s talk…

 
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