Publishers Weekly reaches 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 with a color ad in the “most visible and trusted publication to market your products and services.”
You can reach this influential readership
with a Co-Op advertisement.
Outskirts Press handles all the details for its authors.
Co-Op Advertising allows you to secure premium, full-color exposure for your book in a high-quality trade publication for a minimal amount of money. Your book will occupy a 2″ x 2″ space along with other Outskirts Press titles within a full-color ad. Your ad space will include a full color cover image, an abbreviated synopsis, the ISBN, and retail price of the book. All books will include retail and wholesale ordering information.
Here’s the full-color author co-op ad that appeared in the July 25th issue of the Publishers Weekly:
2 thoughts on “Co-op Advertising for Self-Publishing Authors in Publishers Weekly”
I am seeking credit, funding, or loans from relatives and friends to help me get “My Journey Through The University of Motherwit” into print, reviews, publication and distribution. My autobiography is both a tribute to wisdom from my late grandmother, a White House advisor to three Democratic presidents, learning to read newspapers at 4 years, and effectively, World War II, which planted the talent to become a gifted journalist and spend 41 years after leaving high school succeeding at high-profile job without getting a bachelor’s degree.
First, I want to discuss either the possibility of (1) getting an advance after you read my nearly-finished book (2) learning what sources you might suggest for borrowing enough money to get your Diamond Package, including a global schedule of interviews highlighting “teaser” revelations I will include to generate public curiosity. (BE ADVISED: I am also searching on my own to get prominent media hosts for interviews, which will mostly generate: “I will try my best” responses, but the nature of all of the revelations were the result of actions to avoid further bloodshed and mayhem during the 1960s.)
I will turn 75 in December, so despite my desire to become a great-grandfather before then, my family genes may not be a fabulous as I hope.
Further consideration of my request is the belief that I can allot as much at $200 monthly, widthdrawn electronically after my Social Security allotment is deposited af the third full week of every month.
Please call me, rather than e-mail. My land-line at home is the only number. It is 903-328-5858, and you can leave a message — but I prefer returning calls to a land-line from whomever is assigned to be my advisor.
Leroy Thomas, Ph.D.
NOTE TO WEBMASTER: Please revise I will turn 75 — to read: I turned 75 in 2011, so despite… AND ALSO; “before then…” to “….before 2020… or add a link to enable me to make changes. Thanks
Leroy Thomas, Ph.D