Promotion and Marketing

What’s the difference between promotion and marketing?

Promotion is about telling a prospective customer that your book is available. Marketing is convincing that prospective customer to pull out their wallet and purchase your book. A clear explanation of the difference between promotion and marketing is; promotion tells people what you have for sale; marketing tells people why they should buy it. When you are promoting, you are merely letting people know that your product exists. When you are marketing, you are convincing them they can’t live without it.

JimsGotWeb offers promotion and marketing help to indie-authors.  From editing your book to make sure it doesn’t have spelling and grammatical errors, to helping you promote your “Free Days” and “Countdown” promotion, we can help!

Here is a list of promotion services I offer:

Leave a comment on the website or email jim@jimsgotweb.com
for more information.

About the author

JimsGotWeb

I write short stories, love to travel, install auto glass, and collect Beatles memorabilia.

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3 Responses to Promotion and Marketing

  1. Robert Harper

    Jim,

    Can you tell me your books on Amazon I would love to support you.

     
  2. TC

    You are offering a full package deal. It is difficult to find someone who can take care of your marketing efforts or provide great extra help. There are many people who are good at their work, offer great products and services. However, they cannot maximize their potential market because they sit and wait for customers to find them. The competition is tough and people’s time is limited. They will want to read the popular books to avoid disappointment of reading a lousy book. Not many people understand the need to market their books, services and products.
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