9 Ways to Help You Find Your Readers Part II

Sacha Black

find your audienceLast week I talked through the first five of nine ways you as authors can use to find your readers.

These were all lessons I’d learnt from a pile of marketing books I’d read over the last month. The post was too long to have it all in one blog, so here are the second half of the ‘ways’.

The first five ways included:

  • Defining your audience
  • Connecting in a meaningful way
  • Strategising your social media usage
  • Being your own fan
  • Advertising

You can see the details of those ways here.

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3 thoughts on “9 Ways to Help You Find Your Readers Part II

  1. A very informative post. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Pingback: 9 Ways to Help You Find Your Readers Part II — Motown Writers Network . . . Michigan Literary Network – All About Writing

  3. I read both Part 1 and Part 2. Both were helpful. I published a novel last week and have been promoting it mostly in Twitter. I’ve netted a few sales, but my target audience is more in the Facebook age group. I need to start running ads there.

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