Wisdomable words from Robert Chazz Chute… Readeth and Loveth
Price alone doesn’t get attention anymore. Being an author isn’t so special. To really stand out and sell more books, you’re going to have to be you.
We in the brain tickle business have never had so much freedom and opportunity to talk directly to readers. We’ve also never been so invisible. The essence of our book marketing problem is that readers are flooded with noise but our signal isn’t getting through. A plethora of fractured choices leaves us catering to smaller niches. The world has exploded with feasts for the senses and books are not central to our cultural dining experience.
How do we help readers find us?
To figure out how to better reach our niches, let’s look at artists who successfully engage their fans: Hugh Howey, Scott Sigler, Weird Al Yankovic and Kevin Smith.
Be famous for something else first.
When director Kevin Smith’s Clerks hit, that movie…
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