What does it take to write and publicize your book the best way possible? Listen as publicity expert, Dan Janal, shares his time-tested and proven methods to get the media to notice you as the author and expert you are.
Dan Janal has written more than a dozen books to help businesses build their brands including his newest book, Write Your Book in a Flash. He works with thought leaders and business owners as a book coach, developmental editor, and ghostwriter. As an award-winning daily newspaper reporter and business newspaper editor, he interviewed President Gerald Ford and First Lady Barbara Bush. He was on the PR team that launched AOL. As a publicity and marketing expert, he’s helped more than 10,000 authors and experts build their platform with his highly regarded PR Leads and guaranteed press release services.
In this week’s Book Marketing Mentors powerful podcast episode “How To Write And Publicize Your Book The Best Way” you will discover …
- Easy steps to get your next book written in a flash
- Where to start when you want to get publicity for your book
- What it takes to develop a one-on-one relationship with influencers (who could be reporters)
- How to get local recognition as an expert
- What you absolutely should avoid saying when you’re on a show
- How to avoid publicity blunders that label you as an amateur
- 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 Dan to find out more about his services and get a 15-minute complimentary coaching call.
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