Email marketing is proven to be 12 times better at selling books than all social media combined.
“I recommend Rob to any author looking to take their book campaign to a higher level.” – Dr. Gary Chapman, New York Times bestselling author of The 5 Love Languages
“Rob Eagar’s expertise was beyond my expectations…” – Wanda Brunstetter, 6-time New York Times bestselling novelist with over 10 million copies sold
Does marketing your book on social media feel like more of a hassle than a help? Are you tired of wasting time and ready to do what works best? Email marketing is the best solution to welcome new fans, keep readers engaged, and drive book sales. Today, hitting the “send” button means sending more money to your author bank account.
In The Author’s Guide to Email Marketing, Rob Eagar outlines how to use email to get people to buy your books. Rob has helped authors hit the New York Times bestseller list in three different categories, including fiction and non-fiction. As you apply the principles in this guide, you will confidently learn how to:
- Create persuasive emails that convert subscribers into buyers
- Double your email sign-up rate for free using irresistible incentives
- Build a following that skyrockets your sales when you launch a new book
- Revive interest in backlist titles, no matter when they were published
- Overcome email “writer’s block” and send newsletters that sell
Whether you write fiction or non-fiction, self-publish or work with a publisher, let Rob show you how to build a list and send smart emails that grow your sales. Buy a copy of The Author’s Guide to Email Marketing and get more readers to click the “buy” button for your books.
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Have you read every book in The Author’s Guide Series from Rob Eagar? It’s the most comprehensive collection of marketing instruction for writers. Other books include:
The Author’s Guide to Marketing Books on Amazon
The Author’s Guide to Write Text That Sells Books
The Author’s Guide to Media Interviews