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August 28, 6:00 pm ET: The first webinar in a three-part series by Brian Jud: “How to Find Potential Buyers in Non-Bookstore Markets" Sign up at http://tinyurl.com/kmt5x2s
The link to the recording of "How to Catapult Your Brand (or Yourself) Into a Starring Role!" by TSUFIT is at http://tinyurl.com/q565wxx
The link to the recording of "Turn Your How-to Tips into a Tips Booklet," is www.bookapss.org/TipsBooklets.wmv
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October 24-25 in Philadelphia -- sponsored by Bowker
Robin Bartlett a Senior National Account Manager in the Enterprise Division of Wolters Kluwer Health. He and the Enterprise Team are responsible for introducing WKH’s new Digital Curriculum Solutions and Strategic Partnership Program to the nursing market. This program consists of an online suite of digital books, academic EHR, adaptive testing software and evidence based, bridge-to-practice tools used extensively by the majority of hospitals throughout the US. Robin has spent his entire career in publishing, marketing and selling both print and electronic products in the college, professional, reference, trade, medical and non-profit markets. This experience includes sales and marketing responsibilities for the American Heart Association, The American College of Physicians, The Physicians’ Desk Reference and Prentice-Hall. He has served on the Board of Directors for the Independent Book Publishing Association and the Health Marketing and Communications Council. He is the Past President of the American Medical Publishers Association. He is married, with three sons, and lives in northern New Jersey. Robin is a veteran, an avid photographer and loves to catch very large fish!
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As a book-marketing consultant I have worked with single-title authors, multi-title authors and publishers - large and small. Those who I was able to help most followed certain principles. Here is my list of the Top Ten Ways To Get The Most From Your Book-Marketing Consultant.
Here you will find instructions for creating a marketing plan for a non-fiction book.
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The flow of energy begins with the author and moves through the publisher to the market. Unfortunately, this energy is diluted as the book moves through the system because authors write about what they know best, which may or may not be what people are interested in buying.
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See the agenda for the 2014 APSS Book-Selling University at www.bookapss.org/APSS2014Agenda.pdf
“It is good to be spontaneous. It is good to be thorough. It is good to have something that inspires you.”
You may have heard, “The only person who likes change is a wet baby.” Two basic rules of life are, 1) change is inevitable, and 2) most people resist change. What resistance do you expect to your idea? How can you overcome it?
This information is an excerpt from the boilerplate letter I often send to new poets who’ve submitted their work to us for royalty publication. By new, I mean they’re usually unpublished, at least in recognized, non-vanity publications, and novices when it comes to knowing how to submit their work. We only publish one poetry title per year, though I receive more than five submissions each week. So, here’s another view from my soapbox:
After several of your poems have been published you can start planning your first book. Look at other poetry books to see how they’re put together: what kind of paper, how the poem is placed on the page, and how many pages as well as how the poems are organized (chronologically, by mood or season or subject, etc.). Again, be sure to submit your work only to appropriate publishers.