Free training: Book promotion on a shoestring budget

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Hi sylvia,

Are you an author on a tight budget? Or, maybe you’ve got some money, but you’re tired of wasting it on marketing that didn’t work.

Do you wish someone would tell you what works and how to do it – but at a price that doesn’t break the bank?

I’m hosting a free webinar with Rob Eagar on “How to Sell Books on a Shoestring Budget” on Thursday, October 15, at 2:00pm Eastern (calculate for your time zone).

Register here:

https://www.startawildfire.com/webinar-registration

Some of you will remember Rob from the free Amazon training he provided earlier this year. This time, he’s going to review marketing tactics any author can afford. Here’s what you will learn:

  • Connect with powerful book influencers for free
  • Use inexpensive email to create book sales that you control
  • Advertise affordably on BookBub to avid readers in your genre

This free event is sponsored by Rob’s course of the same name, so he’ll provide an inside look at that popular video program, too.

Don’t miss out! Register for Thursday’s training today!

https://www.startawildfire.com/webinar-registration

Can’t join us live? Register anyway and we’ll send a link to the webinar recording within 24 hours.

I’m looking forward to seeing you there!

Cheers,

Sandy
Sandra Beckwith

P.S. Please forward this email to anyone who needs to learn how to promote their book without spending a lot! They’ll thank you for it

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