52 Ways To Sell More Books – Tip #19

This tip is a bit more advanced than some, but I’ve been asked to toss in some more advanced technical ideas as well. So, here you go, my techno-wizard readers!  NQ

Hurray for HollywoodWelcome to Tip #19 of our 52 Ways to Sell More Books! I hope you’re enjoying these tips and they are helping you sell more books. So, ready? Here we go!

[Dear Readers: This tip from Penny Sansevieri’s book, 52 Ways to Sell More Books, is shared with her permission. I do not receive compensation for using it or referring her – I just think her information is top shelf! Sign up for her free newsletter and tips at www.amarketingexpert.com. Nancy Q.]

Host a Video Contest!

We all know video is super popular but is there a way you can use video to engage your readers? You bet. Besides having one professionally created you could host a contest that encourages readers to create a short video about your book. You’ll need to award some great prizes for this, that goes without saying, but think of the fun you could have with a video contest like this?

Especially if your book slants to a younger crowd, a video contest could be a great way to promote your book and get your readers engaged in your message. To see a list of contests on YouTube click the following link: http://youtube.com/contests_main . If you run a contest like this you should look to YouTube to be your primary host.

Other video sites that can also be considered:



My friend and guru Sharon Buck teaches me computer stuff via video – she’s got some great stuff! She even taught me to do videos via video and it was all new for me.  I put her link in at her name if you’re interested in discussing promo and marketing with her!

Keep reading and writing – EVERY DAY! Nancy Q. 


About NL Quatrano

Award-winning author, speaker, editor and ghost writer, Nancy owns a full-time editing, writing and specialty publishing business: On-Target Words/WC Publishing. Volunteer/member of professional writing organizations including Florida Writers Assoc., Sisters in Crime, and AWAI. 2010 Professional Woman of the Year by the NAPW. Linked in Editor Pick May 2013. International Women's Leadership Association nominee for Outstanding Leadership 2014.
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