Staying Out Of The Spam Folder

Young Boy In Shallow Ocean

I’m sure the last thing you want is for your well thought out brochures and flyers to land smack dab in the spam folders of the people you’re trying to interest in your book.  This being true, I’ve checked around and find that your best bet is to go to good old Google and ask the specific question:  “What steps can I take to make sure my advertising info doesn’t go into spam folders?”

Voila!  Up will pop a raft of excellent material on many pages.  It’s up to you to weed out.  Some is more valuable than others.  But I gained far too much to winnow and put in a blog, so I thought it best to let you decide.  One thing is for certain, follow the guidelines and your material stands an excellent chance of going through to its intended recipient.  Good luck!

You’ll get help always at www.google.com.

Some Easter Goodie Links

Ocean At Sunset

It’s Easter and I want to share a couple of real goodie  links with you.   You’ll find both immensely helpful, but the help you get from the first one is huge.

Put into your browser www.amarketingexpert.com.  You’ll be delighted to see a wealth of readily available info at your fingertips.  Sign up for  AME’s newsletter.  This issue has topics such as 1) Syndication Sensation, 2) How To Sell a lot of books on Amazon, 3) Nine Steps To Writing A Novel You Can Sell.  Pique your interest?  There are many other useful tips.  You’ll find free online training courses available and books on publicity including Penny’s excellent “Red Hot Internet Publicity,” at  reduced prices.

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