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Goodreads: The Venue That Can Make Your Writing Career

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The Venue That Can Make Your Writing Career
With Michael J. Sullivan
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Session Date: August 18, 2015
Starting Time: 1:00pm Eastern
Duration: 90 minutes
Price: $79.99
About the webinar:

Goodreads is "the" site for readers to share their love of books, so a natural place for writers to build an audience. But how best to maximize all it has to offer can overwhelm even the most savvy social networker. What's more, if done improperly, you may end up alienating rather than gaining readers.

Authors both new and established should be leveraging Goodreads, but the techniques can be a bit different. This live webinar will share specific tasks for all ranges of an author's career and how to adjust strategies as the author's audience grows. You'll learn the most effective techniques to maximize your results while minimizing your online time.

This webinar will be led by Michael J. Sullivan, who Goodreads' Director of Author Marketing cited as "one of the most effective authors on Goodreads" in a recent Forbes article. Michael's techniques have been so successful that he was also the featured case study in Goodreads' presentation on marketing at last year's Book Expo America. He's used Goodreads throughout his career which started as a self-published author. Today, he is a full-time best-selling author with multiple six-figure, big-five contracts.

What you'll learn:

How to build your Goodreads author page for maximum effectiveness
How to utilize Goodreads pre-release to generate "book buzz"
How to maximize the Goodreads' feeds to get your books noticed
Avoid pitfalls when interacting in groups that can get you banned (or worse)
How to build a Goodreads giveaway that stands out from the crowd
How to build "rabid" fans that spread the news of your book far and wide
How to utilize "fringe features" of the site to get even more exposure
How to adjust your strategies as your audience grows
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Who should attend:

Writers who want to foster word-of-mouth viral marketing
Writers who have finished books or will be launching a title in the future
Writers who aren't currently utilizing Goodreads
Writers who have tried to use Goodreads but became confused or overwhelmed
Writers who want to maximize results while minimizing time spent online
Writers at all levels of their career who want to build a rapid fan base
Writers who want to avoid pitfalls that have given some authors bad reputations with readers

Michael J. Sullivan is a publishing veteran, using a wide range of tools including: self, small-press, big-five, Kickstarter, print-only, foreign translations, and audio. Read his full bio >>
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