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Top 10 Self-Publishing Book Marketing Tactics for June 2015

Book marketing is one of the most important pieces of being a successful self-publishing author. Outskirts Press is an industry leader in providing post-publication support, products, and services to its growing family of published authors.

Your book is written. Your book is published. Now what? Our list of Top 10 Book Marketing Tactics can help you prioritize your book marketing efforts by providing you with excellent marketing and promotional tactics you should consider pursuing.

These are the marketing products and tactics determined to be most popular by our authors for the month of June 2014, listed below in alphabetical order:

Amazon Branded Featured Book of the Week Amazon-Branded Featured Book-of-the-Week: Get your book and cover, along with an easy way to order your book directly from Amazon into the inbox of a wide audience of literary enthusiasts.
Amazon Extreme Package Amazon Extreme Package: Save 25% on 3 of our marketing services focused on Amazon.com. This package includes a Kindle Edition of your book, participation in the Amazon Search Inside the Book and Amazon Cover Enhancement.
Amazon Kindle Submission Service Amazon Kindle Submission Service:  Make your book available on Amazon’s Kindle ebook reading device. More formats on Amazon means more exposure on Amazon, and the Kindle is heavily promoted by Amazon.

Amazon Search Inside the Book
Amazon Search Inside the Book: Amazon claims that books participating in this program enjoy “significant” sales improvement, on average, over books that do not.
Barnes & Noble NOOK Submission Service Barnes & Noble NOOK Submission Service:  Millions of books are available on Barnes & Noble’s NOOK. If your book isn’t one of them, you are missing out on tapping a very important, and growing, market of readers.
Book Review Submission Service Book Review Submission Service: Securing positive book reviews is the first step toward building word-of-mouth buzz for your book. In addition to receiving a complimentary copy of your book, the reviewers will also receive a professional cover letter, a coy of your press, and your sales sheet. We take care of all of that for you, including sending the review copy!
Custom Press Release Custom Press Release:  Have our professional press release writer compose an original, unique press release for your book, submitted to you for your review/approval, and then distributed to our newswire service on your behalf.
Google Books Preview Program Submission Google Books Preview Program Submission: An inexpensive and extremely effective way to get your book in front of millions of readers quickly and easily.
Personal Marketing Assistant Personal Marketing Assistant: Do you need help developing a book marketing plan? Arranging book signings? Establishing/developing your author platform? Hire your own Personal Marketing Assistant today!
Publisher's Weekly Publisher’s Weekly Co-Op Advertising: Reach over 80,000 booksellers, publishers, public and academic librarians, wholesalers, distributors, agents and writers in addition to more than 360,000 unique monthly website visitors.

Outskirts Press Published authors who are interested in any of these (or many of our other available services) can find further details and ordering information from the Marketing Options page of your author’s center.

Not yet published with Outskirts Press? Today is the perfect day to start and take advantage of our current publishing promotion.

Start Self-Publishing Now!

 

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5 Reasons You’ll Want Hardcopies

If you are just on the cusp of self-publishing your book, there are many important decisions you will need to make. For one, you may be considering which format to publish — digital edition, paperback, hardcover or a combination. If you were considering publishing only a digital edition, there are several reasons you may want to reconsider.

Here are 5 reasons you will want to have physical copies of your book:

  1. They put proofreading into a new (or old) perspective. There’s something about seeing your book in physical form – as opposed to just the virtual, electronic format – that forces you to look at it in a different way. You see your book with a reader’s eyes. You realize new possibilities in your copy. You even catch errors that were previously invisible to you. Make a print version of your book part of your publishing plan. Then, reserve those first printed copies for yourself and go over it with a fine-toothed comb. Your final version will be all the better for it.
  2. Old-school readers love them! Sure, e-books are gaining traction, but millions of readers still prefer the crisp feel and smell of newly minted pages. Keep a stash in your tote, briefcase, car trunk or glove compartment – any place where you can grab one when the opportunity to sell arises.
  3. Book reviewers often insist upon them. Positive reviews are a powerful marketing tool that could launch your book into a new realm of sales. But many critics won’t consider reviewing your book in anything but hardcopy form. When the time comes, choose a few reputable critics you’d like to review your book and submit a hardcopy with the appropriate submission application (and fee, if applicable) for the best shot at getting attention.
  4. It’s your gift to posterity. When the current crop of e-readers and smart devices gives way to a new wave of technology, a paperback will still be a paperback. Have a small stack around as keepsakes for family, friends and the aforementioned dedicated hardcopy readers.
  5. Your archivist will thank you. There was a time when electronic files served as backup to the physical printout. How times have changed! These days, think of hardcopies as your archive pieces. Your physical record of a work that also exists in the virtual world. Have as many reference copies as you want, but we recommend keeping at least three or four in a safe, dry (and fireproof) place for your own records.

Have more questions about your publishing options? Outskirts Press has a team of Publishing Consultants available to provide you with a personal consultation and help you choose the publishing package and options that are right for you.

START PUBLISHING AND GET 3X MORE FREE AUTHOR COPIES!

For a limited time, receive THREE TIMES the author copies for FREE! Outskirts Press self-publishing authors are eligible to receive three times as many free author copies with their respective self-publishing package.

To receive the promotion, simply enter the promotion code 3XJULY15 when checking out of your shopping cart while purchasing the Diamond or Pearl publishing package by July 31, 2015. Each of the eligible publishing packages includes a unique ISBN, standard interior formatting, a variety of professional cover styles, and distribution which includes availability through major online retailers such as Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

For authors choosing the most popular “Diamond” publishing package, this promotion delivers 30 free paperback author copies when the book is published. Authors publishing full-color books with the popular “Pearl” package can receive 15 free paperback copies.

In addition to receiving 3 times the author copies, you’ll also receive the following with your Diamond package:

  • Standard Press Release. $99 value included free when you order your Diamond publishing service today.
  • Audio Excerpt. $99 value included free with your Diamond order today and a great way to share your voice with your readers, literally!
  • E-Book Edition (pdf). $99 value included free with your Diamond publishing service.
  • Cover Image. $99 value included free and a great way to enhance your cover.
  • Spring Arbor additional distribution. $99 value to complement the Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Ingram availability already included with your Diamond publishing service.

All in all, you’re looking at over $500 of free stuff in July!

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AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT & SUCCESS STORY

“My million thanks to Outskirt Press for making my three year project a book. The help and guidance was spot on through the entire publishing process, we look forward to future books with Outskirt Press. So, in the words of my character Brujo, screath!”

J. Stewart, a life-long storyteller sends you the first in a series of Brujo the lovable alien that escaped from the air force hanger to find “with love”. The writer has used himself as a child character named Robert from West Texas. So the stories are from a warm heart bound between the author, Robert and Brujo the alien, a real story with a maybe real alien.

A Top Secret Air Force base hanger was on full alert searching for an escaped alien body that had somehow survived the spaceship crash. Men in black and armed military jeeps were lighting the secret area with spot lights to find the unknown dead body that was now alive and running in the dark. Several miles down the hill from the secret base ran a short creature with long white fibers that glowed blue every five seconds. Brujo stopped with a loud yell sounding screath amid glide and pierced his bright red eyes back towards the hanger. He released a final sad screath into the night wind and quickly ran his one, two, three steps interlocked his clawed hands and glided in a blue haze for five seconds towards town. Brujo stared at a house high on hill by a ravine and noticed a glass portal on the side of the home. His red eyes scanned through the big picture window and fixed upon a white cloudy figure playing a large grand piano. He yelped a silent screath and thought what kind of creature is this and can it lead me to my earthly invitee known as “with love”?

– J. Stewart, author of Brujo, the UFO Alien

 

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Outskirts Press Launches Google Books Preview Program for All Self-Publishing Authors

Authors can now harness the power of Google quickly and easily with the new preview submission option from Outskirts Press.

July 14, 2015 – Denver, CO – Outskirts Press, long a champion of self-publishing authors on the Kindle and Nook ebook marketplaces, is now helping self-publishing authors take advantage of Google Play’s increasingly popular Google Books bookstore, whether you are an Outskirts Press author, or published author from any other publisher!.  The self-publishing service provider recently launched its Google Books Preview Program, for all published authors, not just Outskirts Press authors, providing yet another popular avenue through which authors can promote and sell.Google Books Large

By some estimates, of July 2013 Google Play recorded more than 50 billion downloads. The Google Books Preview Program option from Outskirts Press helps authors get their books submitted to Google Books – complete with a book cover, an enticing book sample for readers to browse and convenient links for buyers to purchase a copy through the major online retailers. Submission to Google Books makes books instantly more discoverable via the Google search engine.

Google Play’s online store offers consumers an unbeatable search engine that reliably leads shoppers straight to their product of choice in the Google Books bookstore, even when a word is misspelled. That means self-publishing authors have a terrific opportunity to get their books in front of Google Books consumers in a huge marketplace that’s incredibly efficient at targeting the right shoppers.

With the Google Books Preview Program from Outskirts Press, authors can quickly get set up with an author platform, as well as provide a sample of their books to entice some of the millions of readers browsing for books on Google. There are several benefits to the Google Books Preview Program that all contribute to a vastly greater opportunity to promote and sell:

  • Instant visibility. The Google Books Preview Program allows readers all over the world to discover a book and preview a portion of it.
  • Easy discoverability. Google scans and indexes the text of an entire book for its search engine. That means that words and phrases contained with a book are searchable and could lead curious readers straight to it.
  • Tantalizing previews. When prospective book buyers identify a relevant book on Google Books, they’re automatically given access to a limited preview, further enticing them to buy.
  • Links to make buying easy. A series of links within the Google Books listing steers readers straight to major online book retailers, where they can purchase quickly and conveniently.

The Google Books Preview Program is an easy, inexpensive and effective way to get a book before a worldwide audience of avid readers. All authors can take advantage of this effective option, no matter where or who you published with! For full details about Outskirts Press’ Google Books Preview option visit the company website.

About Outskirts Press, Inc.: Outskirts Press offers full-service, custom self-publishing and book marketing services for authors seeking a cost-effective, fast, and flexible way to publish and distribute their books worldwide while retaining all their rights and full creative control. Available for authors globally at http://www.outskirtspress.com and located on the outskirts of Denver, Colorado, Outskirts Press, Inc. represents the future of book publishing, today.

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31 Ways to Promote Your Book During Small Press Month

Every year during the month of March, Outskirts Press joins indie companies all across the United States in celebrating independent publishers and the talented self-publishing authors we serve. As a self-published author, you’re a pioneer at the cusp of a new era in literature. In fact, nowhere will you find a more eclectic, determined, creative and talented population of artists.

So, claim your rightful recognition! This month of celebration is your opportunity to promote your own self-published book with 31 effective marketing and promotion tactics. Believe it or not, high-quality self-publishing is the easy part; effectively marketing your book once it’s published is the real mark of success as an author.

Throughout the month of March, take a moment each day to make an important step toward successfully marketing your self-published book. Here, we offer one simple tip for each day of the month that will help you advance your book through book marketing efforts:

March 1 – Start up. If you have another manuscript in the works, Small Press Month is the perfect time to take the plunge (again). As you know, Outskirts Press has several convenient, high-quality, full-service publishing packages, one of which is bound to be perfect for your next publishing endeavor.

March 2 – Stock up. Order hard copies of your book today. You’ll need them as you pursue the following 29 marketing and promotion tips.

March 3 – Bone up. Become the local authority on Small Press Month. Do a little research about the history of independent publishing, your publisher (Outskirts Press) and what Small Press Month is all about, then offer yourself as a resource to local media. This will help you build your platform as a local writer and self-publishing author.

March 4 – Connect. Meet with other independent published authors in your area, either in person with a local writers’ guild or online via social media. Hooking up with other authors can enhance marketing results, because you can pool resources and share advice. For example, Outskirts Press already has a growing community of active and passionate fans/followers on Facebook and Twitter, with whom you can connect at any time. There’s a lot to do, and many minds are a better than one.

March 5 – Alert the media. Send a press release to the local media (newspapers, radio, television) mentioning Small Press Month, your knowledge of the industry, your connection to the community and your independently published book(s). If you’ve planned book signings and other events, mention them in the release as well. Your press release should explain what Small Press Month is, why it’s important, what local organizations are doing to celebrate, and how the media can contact you for additional information. Supplement the press release with your sales sheet and/or positive book reviews you have received.

March 6 – Dig up bookworms. Contact local libraries and suggest they feature Small Press titles, including yours. Offer to leave them a free copy, along with your sales sheet, and offer to speak about Small Press Month at a library event. If you’re an Outskirts Press author, your sales sheet can be generated automatically from within your Author Center, and you can update it at any time through your Author Toolkit.

March 7 – Offer a discount. Contact your local bookstores and suggest they offer discounts on Small Press books. Bring discounted copies of your own book to get the ball rolling. Offer to leave them a free copy along with your sales sheet, press release and any promotional materials you have. Ask if you can host an event at their establishment for local independent authors, citing your expertise on the topic of small press.

March 8 – Get schooled. Contact schools in your area and tell them about Small Press Month. Mention that you are a local published author and offer to speak to their students and staff about Small Press Month, self-publishing, and how they can realize their own publishing dreams. This is particularly effective if you have a children’s book you can autograph and sell after the assembly.

March 9 – Get reviewed. Send out review copies of your book to get some good buzz. The free Book Review Starter Kit from Outskirts Press includes tips for sending books to reviewers, as well as a list of reviewers with contact information to get you started. If you’re pressed for time, don’t worry – Outskirts Press can take the task off your hands with the Book Review Submission Service.

March 10 – Go to college. Contact local universities and colleges and offer to share your self-publishing story, as well as your knowledge about Small Press Month. You can even sell copies of your book after your presentation.

March 11 – Follow up. Touch base with the bookstores and local media outlets you contacted earlier to see if you can offer any additional assistance or information. Reiterate the importance of Small Press Month, your planned events in the community and your Small Press book.

March 12 – Think outside the books. Contact sales channels outside of the traditional brick-and-mortar bookstores that may be likely to sell your book. This may include websites related to your book’s topic, gift stores, hardware stores, grocery stores, boutiques and specialty stores. Ask yourself where you like to shop when you’re not reading, and where your readers may be shopping, then make contact with those retailers. Even a little shelf space can make a big difference.

March 13 – Unite with artists. Contact local art studios, design boutiques or other small independent businesses in your area. Work with them to forge co-op advertising initiatives and other promotional partnerships. You can even trade services. For example, you could offer to write promotional materials for an artist in exchange for cover art for promotional materials or your next book. If applicable, offer to conduct some events in their venues. Show them how sharing your promotional efforts helps everyone gain greater visibility.

March 14 – Share your experiences. Schedule a seminar or tele-seminar on “How to Write and Publish a Book” and offer a Small Press Month discount on the registration fee. Send local news outlets a press release about your event.

March 15 – Co-op. Connect with other independently published authors and arrange co-op advertisement in the local media. In addition to promoting your books, promote your upcoming events. Encourage other authors to join in the events, which may generate more interest about future events among bookstores.

March 16 – Get talking. Small, local radio stations – particularly news/talk formats – are constantly on the lookout for interesting guests. Contact local radio producers in your area and pitch them on your book, tying it into Small Press Month. Not sure where to start? Outskirts Press offers a Top 10 Radio Interview & Media Training option to get you started.

March 17 – Think green. St. Patrick’s Day green, that is. Take the day to get started on electronic editions of your book, which save trees and open you up to huge audiences of ebook consumers. Outskirts Press can set up a Kindle, NOOK or Apple iPad edition of your book in no time at all.

March 18 – Think big. Local is a great starting point, but don’t forget to contact the major newspapers about Small Press Month, too. They’re more likely to cover something if they are contacted by authors, so reach out in person. Be ready to tell your press contact what sets your book apart from others (unusual topic, great reviews, a sudden spike in sales, past media attention, etc.):

  • THE NEW YORK TIMES: 229 W. 43rd St., New York, NY 10036-3959 (212) 556-1234
  • USA TODAY: 1000 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA 22209-3901 (703) 276-3400; and 535 Madison Ave., 20th Floor, New York, NY 10022-4212 (212) 715-5410
  • WALL STREET JOURNAL: 200 Liberty St., New York, NY 10281-1003 (212) 416-2000
  • WASHINGTON POST: 1150 15th St. NW, Washington, DC 20071-0002 (202) 334-6000

March 19 – Center yourself. Contact local community centers and inform them of Small Press Month; post information on their community bulletin board, if one is available. Gather the local authors with whom you’ve teamed up and schedule an impromptu event, celebrating Small Press books.

March 20 – Make a leap. If you published elsewhere, this may be the month to switch to Outskirts Press. If things have stagnated with your current publisher, a fresh start may be just what you need to get sales moving again. Even if you’re not ready to switch, Outskirts Press can still help. We offer a variety of marketing products and services for authors, regardless of where they published. Browse those marketing products today.

March 21 – Don’t neglect the other 11 months. Small Press Month is just one month out of 12. While you can’t do it all in 31 days, you can lay the groundwork for the rest of the year. Schedule other book events throughout the year, like London Book Fair, BookExpo America, Beijing Book Fair and Frankfurt Book Fair. Or do it all with the Global Book Tour marketing package from Outskirts Press, which includes all four book fairs with a 25% discount.

social media iconsMarch 22 – Socialize. Open social networking accounts and set up your author platform on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn, where you can easily reach out to readers and other authors all around the world. Outskirts Press makes it easy with a social media platform set-up service that gets you started toward promoting and marketing your book through social media.

March 23 – Promote through learning. While you’re making the rounds at educational institutions in your community, don’t forget about the local Learning Annex or adult education programs in your area. They’re often cash-strapped and eager to welcome guest speakers. Offer to teach a class on the subject of your book, or about self-publishing. As a published author, you are an expert on these topics. Your book may even become required reading for each student!

March 24 – Name drop. Start writing online reviews through Amazon. Write reviews for books you’ve read recently. Mention that you are the author of a book at the bottom of each posted review, and include the book title and a link (if allowed). If people like the writing style of your review, they may investigate your book, especially if you write reviews for books within the same genre as your own.

March 25 – Go public. Local libraries are a great place to get the word out about your book, but branch out too. Contact the public libraries in each state and mention your involvement with Small Press Month. Send them information about your book and offer to donate a copy for their shelves. Here’s a link that will get you started: http://www.publiclibraries.com/.

March 26 – Get well-versed. If you’re a poet, start preparing for National Poetry Month in April. Outskirts Press offers a Poetry Formatting Kit that helps authors a high-quality, professionally-formatted volume of poetry with a custom-designed layout (including graphics) – but without the custom-designed price!

March 27 – Be a “commissioner.” Help other writers you know get published and earn a 10% commission for the referral after their book is published. Register for the Outskirts Press affiliate program today at http://outskirtspress.com/affiliates.php and start spreading the word to all of the writers in your life.

March 28 – Blog, blog, blog. Start a blog and keep it active and up-to-date with blog posts about you, your book, possible future projects and other things that interest you. Take every opportunity you can to engage readers through polls and other methods that elicit feedback and build relationships. Register your blog with blog directories to gain more readership and participation.

March 29 – Be a merchant. Google Merchant Center is a great place to make your book available to Google Shopping and other Google services, so readers can buy directly from you. You can enter your product description, price and even book cover art on the product listing ad, and inclusion in the Merchant Center helps get your book in the Google search engine results when someone searches topics or items similar to your book. Signing up is easy: http://www.google.com/merchants/signup

March 30 – Think big (print). Expand your market by publishing a large-print edition of your book. With the world’s population growing older, easy-to-read editions in 14- and 16-point fonts are becoming more and more popular. It’s easy to re-release your already published book in large print to expand your readership with Outskirts Press.

March 31 – Kick back, at last. It’s been a busy, productive month. Take a couple hours to yourself today to recharge and gear up for all the events, promotion and marketing opportunities you created for yourself in 2015! If you’re feeling energetic, get in touch with an Outskirts Press Personal Marketing Assistant to help you organize all of those opportunities and create a detailed marketing calendar just for you.

 

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Top 10 Self-Publishing Book Marketing Tactics for January 2015

Book marketing is one of the most important pieces of being a successful self-publishing author. Outskirts Press is an industry leader in providing post-publication support, products, and services to its growing family of published authors.

Your book is written. Your book is published. Now what? Our list of Top 10 Book Marketing Tactics can help you prioritize your book marketing efforts by providing you with excellent marketing and promotional tactics you should consider pursuing.

These are the marketing products and tactics determined to be most popular by our authors for the month of January 2015, listed below in alphabetical order:

Amazon Branded Featured Book of the Week Amazon-Branded Featured Book-of-the-Week: Get your book and cover, along with an easy way to order your book directly from Amazon into the inbox of a wide audience of literary enthusiasts.
Amazon Extreme Package Amazon Extreme Package: Save 25% on 3 of our marketing services focused on Amazon.com. This package includes a Kindle Edition of your book, participation in the Amazon Search Inside the Book and Amazon Cover Enhancement.
Amazon Kindle Submission Service Amazon Kindle Submission Service:  Make your book available on Amazon’s Kindle ebook reading device. More formats on Amazon means more exposure on Amazon, and the Kindle is heavily promoted by Amazon.
2014 Marketing Calendar Author’s Marketing Calendar: Plan the whole year in advance with the Marketing Calendar. Marketing services, important deadlines, and promotional tips are interspersed throughout the calendar year to give authors a convenient marketing objective to complete every week.
Barnes & Noble NOOK Submission Service Barnes & Noble NOOK Submission Service:  Millions of books are available on Barnes & Noble’s NOOK. If your book isn’t one of them, you are missing out on tapping a very important, and growing, market of readers.
Custom Press Release Custom Press Release:  Have our professional press release writer compose an original, unique press release for your book, submitted to you for your review/approval, and then distributed to our newswire service on your behalf.
Google Books Preview Program Submission Google Books Preview Program Submission: An inexpensive and extremely effective way to get your book in front of millions of readers quickly and easily.
Indie Book Awards Submission Indie Book Awards Submission: Every year the Next Generation honors exemplary books from all publishers with the Indie Book Award. Make sure your book is among the ones being considered.
Apple iPad iPhone Standard Edition Apple iPad/iPhone Standard Edition with Outskirts Press Distribution: Allows self-publishing authors to enter the ebook marketplace at significantly lower upfront cost with a no-hassle, standard iBookstore retail price of $9.99. It’s the simplest one-click solution for published authors to publish a book in Apple’s iBookstore.
PR Publicist Campaign PR Publicist Campaign: Imagine having a publicist handle your custom press release distribution with targeted distribution and phone call follow-up? Imagine receiving the media leads personally and a clipping service that notifies you whenever your book is mentioned on the Internet.

Outskirts Press Published authors who are interested in any of these (or many of our other available services) can find further details and ordering information from the Marketing Options page of your author’s center.

Not yet published with Outskirts Press? Today is the perfect day to start and take advantage of our current publishing promotion.

Start Self-Publishing Now!

 

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Vote Now For the Best “Show Me Your Love” Video!

heart-bigIn celebration of the month of love, Outskirts Press has been “sharing the love” and inviting its family of successfully published authors to do the same. During the month of February, we asked our ‘fans’ to create a 1-3 minute video showing their love for Outskirts Press and their self-publishing book. The video submissions have been collected, the best of them have been posted on our Facebook Page, and the “likes” have been tabulated.

Now it’s time for you to vote for the winner of “Show Me Your Love” and the free laptop!

From among all the submissions we received, the top videos are presented below. Simply vote for your favorite in the polling box below the last video. The polls will be open until end-of-business on Thursday, February 26th. The winner will be announced on Friday, February 27th.

Because it was so close this year, we have decided to include 4 videos and let you decide on the winner. Good luck to the four finalists. And thank you to all our wonderful authors who took the time to submit their videos:

Now, without further ado…

VIDEO #1: Jokima Hiller, co-author of The RevPar Formula

VIDEO #2: Martha Gabour Manuel, author of Murder On False River and Political Treason

VIDEO #3: Eunice Welch, author of Victorious Living Growing In Christ

VIDEO #4: Lizzie Bowen, Future self-publishing author

 

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Top 10 Best-Selling Books in Self-Publishing for January 2015

Outskirts Press, the fastest-growing full-service self-publishing and book marketing company, is pleased to announce its top ten best-selling titles for January 2015, according to combined data from Ingram Book Wholesalers and Outskirts Press Direct via http://outskirtspress.com/bookstore. These authors have likely created a solid book marketing strategy and put it into motion either by themselves or with the help of a Personal Marketing Assistant.

In alphabetical order, the top ten best-selling books in self-publishing during the month of January 2015 were:










Congratulations to our best-selling authors for the month of January 2015!

How can you get your book on the bestseller list? While we can’t make any guarantees on sales success, many of our most successful authors invest time and money in marketing themselves and their book. Authors who are in need of a marketing boost often turn to a Personal Marketing Assistant for help.

All of these books (and other Outskirts Press titles) are available from all major online retailers like Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Powells, Books A Million, and others, plus conveniently from the Outskirts Press Direct bookstore at http://outskirtspress.com/bookstore for discounts ranging from 10% – 55%.

Are you ready to put a book promotion strategy in place for your self-published book?

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