CreateSpace Marketing Plan Webinar 3-21-2013

CreateSpace logoNeed some ideas to sell more CreateSpace paperbacks? Listen to a live webinar hosted by CS featuring book marketing consultant, Brian Jud. It’s on Thursday, March 21 at 4pm EST. From CS:

In this webinar, you will discover unique and practical ways to increase your book sales through marketing planning. Brian Jud will show you how to create effective promotion strategies that are especially effective for authors who are marketing books while still working a “day job.” Brian also will describe strategies for those interested in creating or growing their own publishing business. Join us to learn actionable tactics to reach new markets and promote your books economically in a competitive environment.

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P.S. Space is limited, so plan to arrive early to secure your spot. Can’t attend live? Don’t worry – we’ll be recording the presentation and posting it in CreateSpace Resources. For an update on when it will be available, register for the webinar.

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3 Responses to “CreateSpace Marketing Plan Webinar 3-21-2013”

  1. Lisa Grace Says:

    Thanks for sharing! I’ve just uploaded my first book to Create Space. I have some museums, antique stores, and sutlers who want to stock the book, but I’m always open to suggestions.

  2. dm yates Says:

    I believe I’ve signed up for this. Can’t wait.


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