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1 Does Every Author Need A Book Marketing Plan?

Q. Does every author need a book marketing plan? A. No. Not every author wants to sell books. They want a few books to leave their family or organization they’ve worked with. Others know their target audience and know how to reach them. These authors are quite rare – and honestly a good book marketing […]

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Don’t Miss the Early Bird Deadline!

“Create Your Effective Book Marketing Plan Workshop” takes place Monday June 11 and Monday June 18. You’ll want to attend both sessions 6:30 – 7:30 @ PageMaster Publication Services (10180-105 Street Edmonton) Parking on the street is free after 6:00! Save when you register before May 30. After that the price for the full Registration […]

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How to Define the Competition for Your Book

At PageMaster Publication Services we want to see your book sales goals achieved. One step in the process is defining the competition for your book. If there is no book that is like your book, give up trying to market it. If no one is buying it now, it won’t be bought when you come […]

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7 Questions to Help Your Vision For Your Book

The first time you write a book you have a message to get out or a story to tell. Most of us don’t think about our goals or expectations and until we know what to expect we have no idea what to expect. We’re here to help you at PageMaster. When you start the process […]

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