Fun, Timely, Creative Angles for Promoting, Publicizing and Selling More Books
with Joan Stewart, The Publicity Hound
Tuesday, March 13, 2018 at 7:00PM (Pacific)
When it comes to generating publicity for your book, don’t let a press release do all the heavy lifting. You must have a strong “hook” or angle to get the media’s attention, and use the press release as background information. Publicity expert Joan Stewart will share more than a dozen hooks that smart authors can use to promote their fiction and nonfiction books. You will learn:
— How to “newsjack” by taking a breaking news story and tying it to your book.
— Creative ideas for fiction.
— Powerful hooks for nonfiction.
— The easiest place to start your publicity campaign. This media outlet will welcome you with open arms.
JOAN STEWART. Over the last two decades, publicity expert Joan Stewart, aka The Publicity Hound, has mentored, coached and taught more than 50,000 authors, speakers, experts, CEOs and small business owners how to get thousands of dollars in free publicity and tell their story to the world, without a $20,000 publicist. She shows them how to use publicity in traditional media and online visibility in social media to establish their reputation, position themselves as experts, sell more books and services and promote a favorite cause or issue. She lives (and tries to stay warm) in Port Washington, Wisconsin.
We will take your questions during the webinar, but if you have any questions ahead of time, you may submit them to Gary Young: artsy122 at gmail.com. Please use the subject line “PUBLICITY QUESTION.”
A day or two before the seminar, we will send you the phone number and code that will connect you on March 13.
Tuesday, March 13, 2018
7:00 PM sharp (pacific)
$5 for members; $15 for nonmembers.
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