The hard work is all done. All that’s left is the fun part – helping your readers transform their lives!
Show your prospective reader, through emotive language, that you understand their needs, desires, and emotions.
What questions are you asking your potential readers?
But identify how they will feel when that problem is finally removed from their life. These feelings are what your reader wants most.
Instead of simply listing the facts of your book, capture their interest in a relatable way.
Open your heart and let your reader to get to know you and like you. When they know you and like you, they will trust you enough to buy your book.
But most of all, your book marketing copy must inspire your reader so they take immediate, effective action in their life, because buying your book is only the first step.
Collaboration, like every facet of book marketing itself, is a learned skill.
What benefits will your ideal reader gain by reading your book and implementing your solution to the problem they face?
We all learn in different ways, so do you provide content that satisfies diverse learning styles? If not, will you?