Book Marketing Blog Carnival – January 11, 2012

Welcome to the January 11, 2012 edition of the book marketing blog carnival.

Our next carnival will be posted on Wed., January 25, 2012. Deadline for submissions is 5 p.m. CT on Mon., January 23, 2012. Submit your blog article to the next edition of the book marketing blog carnival using our carnival submission form.

Marketing and Online Marketing

Dana Lynn Smith presents Simple Ways to Add a “Call to Action” to Blog Posts posted at The Savvy Book Marketer.

Joel Friedlander presents Author Blogging 101: Where Are the Readers? — The Book Designer posted at Joel Friedlander.

Corinne Liccketto presents 6 Book Publicity Tips for the New Year posted at Selling Books saying, “These six simple book publicity tips will help set you on the path to book promotion in the new year.”

Phil Byrne presents Discovering The Authentic Online You | Coffee Kicks posted at Coffee Kicks – SEO, Link Building.

Joel Friedlander presents Your Author Platform: It’s Not About You! — The Book Designer posted at Joel Friedlander.

Nick Daws presents Why Amazon Authors Should be Promoting Like Gangbusters Right Now! posted at Nick Daws’ Writing Blog.

Dana Lynn Smith presents The Best Way to Market Your Book – The Savvy Book Marketer posted at The Savvy Book Marketer.

Sarah Bolme presents Email Marketing Still Important posted at Marketing Christian Books.

Lindsay presents Tips for Getting Your Self-Published Book into the Library posted at The Irreverent Introvert, saying, “I interviewed a librarian and got the lowdown on getting self-published books into the library.”

Writing and Publishing

Lindsay presents How Many People Can *Really* Make a Living Self-Publishing? posted at The Irreverent Introvert, saying, “A moderately successful indie author shares some of her sales stats and thoughts after almost a year of e-publishing.”

Sarah Bolme presents Doing It Right posted at Marketing Christian Books.

Cathy Stucker presents Quotes About Writing posted at Selling Books saying, “Here are some of my favorite quotations about writing, from writers and others.”

Kathy Stinson presents “An Intimate Examination of Sock Fluff” – Part 1 posted at Turning the Pages: Kathy Stinson’s Blog.

O.C. Heaton presents Do you have a Memory Palace? posted at A Rush of Green, saying, “Here’s a question for all authors out there. Do you ever struggle to remember the characters in your books? What about those incidental characters, created on the hoof?”

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of book marketing carnival using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.

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