Sunday, November 1, 2009

Save $99 on Fiction Marketing Seminar Registration

"The fact is, everyone is in sales. Whatever area you work in, you do have clients and you do need to sell."—Jay Abraham

Does trying to market your fiction space you out? Agent Chip MacGregor and longtime marketing specialist Jim Rubart are presenting a two-day seminar on marketing your fiction November 20-21, in Dallas, TX and December 4-5 in Indianapolis, IN. The goal of this seminar is for each novelist to walk away with a unique marketing plan for his or her upcoming book.

Here are a few things this seminar will offer

  • What a novelist’s brand is, how to, discover it, and how to establish it.
  • Five things you can do to become your publisher’s favorite author (and get extra help because of it.)
  • What you should expect from your publisher, and what you shouldn’t.
  • How get the maximum impact out of social media, your Web site and your blog.
  • The seven keys to great ad copy, and how you can use those keys to get free (or nearly free) advertising.
  • How to find new, untapped markets for your books.
  • Three strategies for working successfully with an outside publicist.
  • Most importantly, we'll show you how to create and implement your own, personalized marketing plan to make your novel stand out in a crowded marketplace.
  • Discover the philosophy behind WHY to do certain things to think like a marketer.

The cost is normally $499, but for these first two seminars they’ve decided to charge $399. To register, go to the The Masters Seminars website. To attend for $300 (a $99 savings) you must mention this post on Chip's blog. Space is limited.

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