Day 167: John Kremer – Do something every day to market

Do something every day to market each of your books for three years. -John Kremer

Do something every day to market each of your books for three years.

-John Kremer

Do something every day to market each of your books for three years.
-John Kremer

How did you write your book?

Did you write a page or two on Saturday, then nothing until the mood struck you?

Or did you set a hard deadline for your first draft and build the habit of writing daily?

You guaranteed you could make the time to write each day.

Apply this same tenacity to marketing your book.

You can’t sell your book unless and until you market your book.

Unless you wrote it for yourself and never intended for another soul to read it, you must market your book. Click To Tweet

Nobody will ever care about it as much as you do.

Nobody is positioned as well as you are to speak intelligently about your book, either.

Nobody else can ensure – as well as you can – that the people who need to read your book are given the opportunity to do so.

How’s that for a terrifying thought!

Refusing to market your book daily is a great disservice to all the people who desperately need the solution that only you can provide in the language they need to hear it.

Your perfect readers are out there looking for you.

It’s your job to make sure you wave the flag high in the air so they can find you. When you do your part, they will reward you with cash in your pocket and rave reviews on your book’s sales page.

Imagine how fulfilling that will be!

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