Do you want the best testimonials for your book but don’t know how to get them? Listen as sales strategist, Caelan Huntress, shares his little-known secrets to gather the best testimonials for your book.
Caelan Huntress is an American digital nomad living in New Zealand and has spent 10 years running an online business while traveling the world with his young family. Caelan is a digital market and sales strategist who specializes in creating sales funnels and online courses for bestselling authors, business coaches, and professional public speakers.
In this week’s Book Marketing Mentors powerful podcast episode “How to Get the Best Testimonials For Your Book” you will discover …
- How to go about asking for testimonials for your book
- Should you expect people to read your book before giving you a testimonial
- Why 3-star reviews are important
- Why interviewing is essential in the testimonial gathering process
- Why low-risk people are important n the testimonial gathering process
- What to do if you want a “big name” testimonial
- What is the optimum number of testimonials
- Little-known secrets to making testimonial collection easier
- 6 key questions you need to ask to get a meaningful testimonial
- And a whole lot more…
This episode features practical tools and techniques to help listeners who want to market a book. It provides invaluable and powerful information listeners will want to know to supercharge a book marketing strategy.
Listen to this week’s interview and discover how to get you and your book noticed and your voice heard in a crowded marketplace.
Here’s how to connect with Caelan to find out more about his services and get a free workbook and five-day testimonial collection challenge that’ll guide you through a step-by-step process to collect your own testimonials.
Download the transcript from this week’s podcast interview “How to Get the Best Testimonials For Your Book”
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