How Custom Sales Sheets Help You Sell Your Self-Published Book

First impressions are so important! A custom sales sheet helps you create a great first impression that instantly sells your book to reviewers, news outlets, booksellers, librarians, and more. Here’s just a few ways a custom sales sheet sells your book.

1. Cut through the clutter.

Bookselling is a competitive market, and it’s easy for information to get lost in the piles of solicitations. A custom sales sheet helps cut through the clutter so your book catches the attention of the right people.

2. Catch the right people’s attention.

Again, this is a competitive market. A custom sales sheet features enhanced copy and eye-catching professional graphics to make your book stand out.

3. Set a professional tone.

As a self-published author, you want to make sure people take you and your book seriously. A custom sales sheet sets a professional tone that book reviewers, news editors, booksellers, and more are looking for and lends credibility to your work.

4. Provide all the right information.

A custom sales sheet features an image of your book cover and custom graphics that are unique to your book as well as provides book buyers with everything they need to know to make a purchasing decision and follow through. This significantly increases the effectiveness of selling your book.

Here is a sample of a custom sales sheet:

Outskirts Press now offers Custom Sales Sheets to self-published authors. To purchase a Custom Sales Sheet for your book, simply login to your Publishing Center and place the Custom Sales Sheet option in your shopping cart.

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