Book Marketing Blog Carnival – January 9, 2013

>Welcome to the January 9, 2013 edition of the book marketing blog carnival. We have several interesting posts for you about writing, book publishing, book marketing and more.

Our next carnival will be posted on Wed., January 23, 2013. Deadline for submissions is 5 p.m. CT on Mon., January 21, 2013. Submit your blog article to the next edition of the book marketing blog carnival using our carnival submission form.

We are also accepting articles for publication here at http://SellingBooks.com/. Check out this information on how to submit your publishing articles, then send us your best!

Marketing and Online Marketing

Joel Friedlander presents How Will You Be Useful in 2013? posted at The Book Designer.

Dana Sitar presents Get Behind the Scenes of My Next eBook Launch! posted at DIY Writing, saying, “Following in the footsteps of my publishing mentors, I’m putting together a Launch Team of about 50 innovative readers to help brainstorm and implement all of the incredible steps we can take to sell my next book, “A Writer’s Bucket List”. This comes with two distinct motives: One, I want to offer anyone who’s interested in learning about publishing an ebook a chance to be involved in the process firsthand. Two, I want to make this book a success and simply can’t do it all alone.”

Dan Janal presents How to Pitch Reporters in the New Era of “Pageview Journalism” posted at SellingBooks, saying, “One trend noticed by Shel Holtz is the rise of “page view journalism” in which reporters are rewarded financially for getting more people to read their stories.”

Susan Reynolds presents Choosing Domain Names – 5 Quick Tips On How To Choose A Good Domain Name posted at Memorable Domains.

Sarah Bolme presents An Avalanche of Services posted at Marketing Christian Books.

Writing and Publishing

Sarah Bolme presents Trends for 2013 posted at Marketing Christian Books.

Dana Sitar presents Are You Writing, or Are You Dreaming of Writing? posted at DIY Writing.

Vikk Simmons presents Write mysteries? Must read mystery and crime novels posted at Down the Writer’s Path, saying, “If you are writing a mystery or a crime novel, you probably are–or should be–an avid mystery reader.”

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

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