Sue specializes in social media book marketing and consultation for nonfiction authors. Since 2006 she has helped dozens of authors create and maintain their social media presence. She writes about using social media to help promote your book at her blog. You can connect with Sue on Twitter and Facebook. She's also a published nonfiction author since 2009 and understands what it takes to market and promote a nonfiction book.
Practice your interview answers so you know them well and sound natural. The interviewer may change the order of the questions. Being well prepared means you’ll be able to smoothly answer any question they ask, whenever they ask it.
Time your answers.
This will help you stay within your allotted time. Your host will appreciate it if you don’t run over. Some use a recording program that will stop recording after a certain time period. You don’t want your interview cut short!
I’m excited to announce the official book launch date of our client’s book! Tomorrow, March 8, 2019, to coincide with International Women’s Day, Deborah Olson launches The Healing Power of Girlfriends: How To Create Your Best Life Through Female Connection.
Deborah Olson details the anatomy of friendship and explains how these components work to strengthen bonds and create flow. Research shows that our happiness correlates to our social relationships; so does our health. This book is a delightful roadmap to cultivate and nurture our circle of connections. The Healing Power of Girlfriends is an engaging, upbeat, and inspiring five-star read. – Laurie Buchanan, PhD, holistic health practitioner, transformational life coach, and ward-winning author
To learn more about our Social Media Book Launch packages and how we support our clients, click here.
“To my social media expert, Sue Canfield, thank you from the bottom of my heart for your stellar efforts to bring the news of my first book to the world through social media. You and your team are exceptional and visionary, and I cannot imagine the past several months preparing for this book launch without you on board.”—Deborah Olson
As a follow up to last month’s tip, this month’s tip to grow your author business is:
Join and Participate in LinkedIn Groups
If you’re already in a group and participating, join another one. A good place to start is to join a group many of your connections are in. What groups is the person you had your get-to-know-you chat with last month in? Join. The key to groups is to participate in discussions, adding your valuable point of view. Once you’ve done that, you can start your own discussion.