You know those things that you don't know about, but once you learn about you wonder how you did without it?Like your smart phone. Only this one will help you sell books.
The Book Sales Page is one of those things.
Let’s say you don’t yet have a Book Sales Page. You’re not concerned because:
- Your publisher has a page for your book.
- You have a page on Amazon that you can link to.
- You have an Amazon Author’s page with a short bio, all of your books listed and it even pulls from your various RSS feeds where you publish content on a regular basis. (You have all of this, right?)
- You already have an author website,
- You’re selling plenty of books every single day and don’t want to sell to many more. How would you manage all of those raving fans, anyway?
- The royalty checks coming through the mail slot from your books are blocking the hallway and if there were more sales, it would just mean more checks and more sweeping and pretty soon you’d have to start using the back door.
- If too many people find out about your book, it might get optioned for a movie and then they’d probably ask you if you wanted Meryl Streep or Nicole Kidman to play the main character and you wouldn’t want to offend the one you left out in the cold.
I get it. If you have all of those things going on, I wouldn’t dare create a Book Sales Page as who knows what might happen. Sheesh!
But if you’d like to sell more books than you’re currently selling or even would like to test the waters about an upcoming book, a Book Sales Page might just be that ticket you’ve been waiting for.
Where else are you going to gather testimonials that you’d most like to share? Need a place to put that trailer? Would love to have something that comes up in Google search in front of Amazon and Goodreads? How about something you could have complete control of?
If you don’t have too many checks clogging up your mailbox, join us for the Book Sales Page course and we’ll work on filling up your hallway.