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How To Sell Books By The Box & Trunkload

How To Sell Books By The Box & Trunkload

How To Sell Books By The Box & Trunkload
Authors: If you are still selling books one at a time (but you’d rather sell books by the box), it may be time to implement a bulk book sales strategy to sell more books in larger quantities. 

What Does It Mean To Sell Books In Bulk? 

You can start by using our Raise a Dream BOGO (Buy One GIFT One) method where you encourage attendees at book signings to purchase two books. The purchaser takes one copy of the book home to read and the second copy is donated to a charity that you have preselected. It is great to have the charity present at the book signing to accept the donated books. 

We also recommend that you always discuss the arrangements with the bookstore first. Most stores are more than fine with the strategy as they see the potential to sell more books (without discounting the price) while also doing good for the community. 

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6 Activities to Boost Holiday Book Sales

6 Activities to Boost Holiday Book Sales

6 Activities to Boost Holiday Book Sales
November and December are times when people are naturally cozying up with a book or thinking about great gift books they may buy to give to others for the holidays. If you have a published book or eBook, the time leading into the holidays is a great one to maximize the potential for book sales. Authors, if you haven’t started working to boost holiday book sales yet, now is the time. 

6 Strategies to Boost Holiday Book Sales

In this article, we will cover six activities to create and increase book sales for the holiday season. 

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2 The Book Marketing Benefits of Contests, Awards and Book Tours

The Book Marketing Benefits of Contests, Awards and Book Tours

The Book Marketing Benefits of Contests, Awards and Book Tours
Many speakers have discovered the value of being an author and having a book to add to the streams of revenue while getting their message to new audiences in new ways. For speakers, a book provides you with an opportunity to increase your fee to include your book. You can also wrap presentations around your book and its message.

3 Book Marketing Strategies to Help You Sell More Books

While there are many great book marketing strategies, we’re going to look at 3 in particular that can help you make your book a business: Contests, Awards & Virtual Blog and Book Tours.

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5 Ways Authors Can Make Their Book a Business

5 Ways Authors Can Make Their Book a Business

5 Ways Authors Can Make Their Book a Business

Authors, it is time to sell more books, sell books in bulk, and make your book a business. The energy, time, personal commitment and emotional investment (let alone financial investment) that goes into writing a book or participating in a collaborative book is steep.

When you commit to making your book a business, not only can you maximize your investment, but you can also increase book sales, get more media, secure more speaking and events, and set yourself up for sponsorship.

Below are 5 tips to make your book a business along with testimonials of authors who’ve been in the Your Book as a Business program, a collaborative offering between Raise a Dream and Women Speakers Association. These tips offer a little sneak preview into what we cover in the
training. 

You can join Charmaine along with other authors who want to make a bigger impact with their message and turn their book into a profitable revenue stream.

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How a Book Can Help Your Impact and Income Reach New Heights

How a Book Can Help Your Impact and Income Reach New Heights

How a Book Can Help Your Impact and Income Reach New Heights

Did you know that there are book marketing opportunities available that can not only help you spread your message, but also increase your impact and income?

Whether you are an entrepreneur, a nonprofit, a service club, or an individual, if you have a story that can help people or content that people need, launching a book may be a perfect opportunity to get that message into the right hands (or even ears). 

Let’s unpack this a bit and start with a few simple examples.

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