Co-founder of BookAds Brian Berni is an Amazon expert and knows what it takes for an author to see massive success with ads. He’s also an accomplished author and runs summits to help fiction authors turn their passion for writing into a business. Ads aren’t for every author, but if your book meets the criteria, you could increase your book sales and boost your credibility.
Author and networking coach Cloris Kylie is an expert at maintaining long-term connections with influencers. She gifts signed copies of her book to those she wants to collaborate with and has built many great relationships in exchange. Making sure you are providing value to influencers when you’re first reaching out helps make things less intimidating and sets the stage for collaboration and partnership.
Navid Moazzez, founder of the Virtual Summit Mastery program, helped me create my very own Book Profit School. Navid has some amazing tips on repurposing content, growing your audience, and more. Learn how easy it can be to get started, even if it’s your first virtual summit.
An anti connector is someone who doesn’t respect your relationship and does things that ruin a potential partnership. Being audience centric is always better than treating someone poorly, especially when growing your email list, planning virtual summits with other influencers, and building your business.
Building an audience takes a little more time and effort than running ads for your book but it yields more long-lasting results. When you have genuine connections, you’re able to sell more over time than you would with ads pitched to a cold audience. Email lists are a great way to form relationships and keep your audience engaged.
Becoming a best seller can seem overwhelming, but not when you have tips from the experts. Learning the ins and outs of setting yourself up for best seller success is something every author needs to know. Sierra Melcher, CEO of Red Thread Publishing, knows how to get it done.
Hosting virtual summits can help you grow your audience and build authority when you partner with others. You’ll also get valuable, real time feedback on what your audience wants and needs, making it easier to come up with viable products. Summits can take you from publishing as a hobby to launching a lucrative business.
In this episode, we’re talking about virtual summits. They’re a great way to build an audience and can help build out your book business. I share how I set up my own virtual summits, how I automated the process, and I talk about working with influencers within your niche.