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“Smashwords Book Marketing Guide 2018 Edition” by Mark Coker #FREE

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Smashwords Book Marketing Guide: How to Market Any Book for Free: 65 Book Marketing Ideas (Smashwords Guides 2)

by Mark Coker

Genre: Publishing & Books/Advertising/Writing Skills

This is a FREE download on all retailers!

The all new 2018 edition of The Smashwords Book Marketing Guide.

Updated and expanded with 65 book marketing ideas and dozens of new insights that will help authors, publishers and book marketers make their books more discoverable and more desirable to readers. Learn how how to put more of your marketing on “autopilot” so you can spend more time writing and less time marketing.

Includes new “Deep Dive” bonus sections covering social media strategy for authors, how to work with beta readers, and how to earn free press coverage. You’ll also learn how to write a press release.

This popular book marketing guide offers easy-to-implement advice on how to market books at no cost. The book is useful to all authors and publishers, even if they’re not yet working with Smashwords.

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Walmart Makes a Late Entry Into the E-Book Market

Had enough of Wal-Mart yet? Too bad! Here they come! 😂

A Writer's Path

by Michael Corkery at The New York Times

Walmart is making a circuitous and belated push into the digital book market, teaming up with a Japanese company to sell e-books and audiobooks.

The deal with Rakuten, an e-commerce giant based in Japan, will allow Walmart to start selling digital books on its website for the first time later this year.

The move, which was announced late Thursday, comes years after Walmart’s archrival, Amazon, began to dominate the market for digital readers.

Walmart customers will be able to read the books through Rakuten Kobo e-reading devices — which have not taken hold with Americans the way Amazon’s Kindle and Barnes & Noble’s Nook have.

The partnership is part of Walmart’s effort to ensure that its online offerings include every conceivable product line, giving shoppers no reason to click over to Amazon.

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