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Virtual Book Tour Secrets - 4 Tips For Selling Your Book Faster, Better and With Less Human Effort


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Have you written a book and are having trouble getting it published? Or do you have a book in your heart, but don't know where to start? With Virtual Book Tour Secrets, your book can go from starting in your heart to filling your bank account.

If you are an Author, Info Marketer, Small Business Owner, CEO, I have come up with four tips that will help you turn your book into a selling machine.

1. Re-purpose Your Content - Your book is not just a book. You can use it as a marketing tool and turn it into a lead generator for other products you have to sell. This is called re-purposing.

Other ideas for re-purposing are putting it in 3-ring binders, audio CDs or an ebook. Extract parts of it and turn it into articles and blog postings. Start teaching seminars and workshops, etc. There are so many different ways to
re-purpose your book to make tons of money.

2. Building A Targeted List That Works For You - By structuring your list with your target audience in mind, you will build a list that follows you and wants to buy from you. Keep in constant communication with your list and they will come to know, like and trust you. You can continue to sell them your book through repurposing as mentioned above and any other products you offer.

3. Sell Your Book Through Teleseminars - Do you ever see book signings where the author is there, but not many people? Except if they are a major celebrity, which most of us are not. With teleseminars, you don't have to worry. Through your targeted list, people will show up time and time again. You can do a virtual book tour every month with hardly any money out of your pocket. The money will come into your pocket with your virtual promotion. Again, you can repurpose your book and sell other products you have to offer.

4. Outsource Your Work - Turn your book process into a system where you can work on the promoting and the busy work can be done by others. As you start to promote, you will realize that you can't do it all. Search for reliable people who can do the work for you. With the power of the internet, this can be done inexpensively. You can find virtual assistants through companies such as

By using these 4 valuable tips, you will be on your way to selling your book in no time at all!

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Learn how to sell more books faster, better and with less human effort at Virtual Book Tour Secrets


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