More exposure means more book sales!
In the world of book marketing there is a hot debate going on about whether authors need dedicated website sales pages for their books.
Many book marketing professionals believe that having a solid Amazon description page for your book is all you need. The key word in this argument is need.
You really only need a few pairs of shoes, but you’re allowed to have 12 or 107 pairs if that’s what you WANT.
Well, every author I’ve worked with WANTS to sell a lot of books.
If this sounds like you, then you should WANT a really great website sales page in addition to your Amazon description.
In this week’s video I explain and show you why, so I encourage you to check it out!
To find out why you should want a great website sales page for your book,
click through and check out this week’s Book Marketing Copy Quick Tip video.
Generate All the Exposure You Can for Your Book!
Do you really need a dedicated website sales page for your book or is your Amazon description enough?
I give my definitive opinion in this week’s video, so I urge you to watch it. Here is some of the ground you’ll hear me cover.
A dedicated website sales page is a great way to visually build your book’s brand. It also enables you to stretch out and provide readers with all the benefit-driven messaging they need to make an informed buying decision.
With a dedicated sales page you can also have “flash sales” where you offer free bonuses that are only available for a limited time with the purchase of your book.
A dedicated sales page also creates additional online exposure for your book (you want all the exposure you can get).
Lastly, a dedicated website sales page will only impact your book sales in a positive way. You’re certainly not going to sell less books because you have a website sales page – you’re only going to sell more!
Here’s your key takeaway. If you want to build your image and sell a lot of books, creating a strong website sales page is a must.
Doing so exposes your book to more people, and it allows you to provide readers with all the benefit-driven information they need to make an informed buying decision.
Again, I cover these points in greater detail in this week’s video, so I encourage you to watch it.
Until next week, take action and make things happen!
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