Rob Eagar is the founder of WildFire Marketing and a consultant who helps entrepreneurs and organizations spread their message like wildfire. His marketing expertise has led to dramatic results for clients in the fields of publishing, non-profit, and business. Rob is a rare consultant who has achieved a variety of accomplishments:
- Helped clients create three different types of New York Times bestsellers, including frontlist non-fiction, frontlist fiction, and backlist non-fiction.
- Revived a 23-year-old backlist book to become a New York Times bestseller.
- Improved sales of several million-dollar book franchises for authors and publishers.
- Introduced innovative advertising research and strategy to $100+ million companies.
Rob’s consulting practice has attracted a diverse range of clients including bestselling authors, businesses, and non-profits. He’s helped over 400 authors, including New York Times bestsellers, Dr. Gary Chapman, Lysa TerKeurst, Wanda Brunstetter, Dr. Henry Cloud, and Dr. John Townsend. In addition, Rob has consulted with respected publishing houses, such as HarperCollins (Thomas Nelson / Zondervan), Simon & Schuster (Howard Books), B&H Publishing (LifeWay), Moody, Barbour, and Harvest House. Plus, he’s worked with well-known non-profits, including Growing Leaders, Campus Crusade, and Proverbs 31 Ministries.
Rob is the author of Sell Your Book Like Wildfire (Writer’s Digest Publishers), which is widely considered the bible of book marketing. He also writes expert marketing articles for Book Business Magazine. Rob is a frequent speaker on marketing topics at writers conferences, publishing conferences, and trade associations.
Rob’s background includes over 10 years experience as a regional and national sales manager, public speaking for over 10 years to more than 35,000 people at over 170 events, and generating a consistent, six-figure income as a self-publishing entrepreneur from his first book, Dating with Pure Passion. His national media appearances include interviews on the CBS Early Show, CNN Radio, and the Los Angeles Times. He has a degree in marketing from Auburn University.
When Rob isn’t consulting, you can find him fly-fishing in search of monster trout, bouncing down a rocky trail on his mountain bike, or loudly playing his drums. However, his wife, Ashley, prefers that he join her to quietly paint, work in their garden, or watch Jane Austen movies. They reside in Atlanta, Georgia.
Due to Rob’s busy consulting schedule, he is only able to accept new clients on a select basis. To inquire about his availability, please call 770-887-1462.