An online book promotion method in which an author visits a series of high-traffic blogs for the purpose of promoting their latest book release. The process works best for everyone involved when the author stops at 10-15 blogs, one each day, consecutively over a period of 2-3 weeks. Each blog post should be different and slanted to "fit" the hosting blog, and the author should plan to visit each blog during the tour in order to interact with readers. The tour is also promoted on the author's blog and website, and on social networks such as FaceBook and Twitter. This formula seems to create a high degree of search engine notice, and thus helps boost author profile, with an ultimate goal of selling books.What will you learn in this class?
How to fine tune your own blog.She recently opened the door for authors interesting in the class to sign up. For this class she’s going to take about 25 participants. And those spots are filling up quickly. I’m a co-moderator and every day I see emails coming in from two or three people requesting permission to join the group.
How to find blogs that you can approach to host you and open new reader markets
What you’ll need to create and look for in your tour
How you can promote your book and tour
This class is not a breeze. You can expect to put in a lot of hours. You can also expect to gain and learn and grow, if you put in the time and work.
Interested? Act soon. Sign up at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/blogbooktours and be sure to give your name and book title.
Thinking you might want someone to hold your hand? Dani has also started a five-stop blog book tour service for $200 to guide the author - you can then easily expand the tour by adding more stops based on the foundation and guidance from the first five. Sometimes a bit of assistance with the time-consuming parts of planning a tour is just what every busy author needs. Email Dani at email@example.com if you'd like more information. She specializes in children's literature, cozy mysteries, and any book with an environmental focus.