One of the biggest myths out there for authors is that social media sells books. Unless you are into the hundreds of thousands of followers, at least a semi-celebrity, or married to one, this just isn’t true.
You may sell a handful of books to your aunt’s book club on Facebook. You may sell a few more on Instagram to friends from college. You can throw free copies at everyone on twitter and see where they land, but social media doesn’t sell books—relationships do.
And the first rule of a relationship is you actually have to start one. You start relationships through the marketing effort of advertising, and for authors specifically, it is getting harder and harder to be seen.
Enter Pinterest, the least understood of the “social media” giants. So misunderstood, in fact, we are still labeling it as “social media”. Pinterest is actually a semi-social search engine and a BIG one. If you are an author who isn’t using Pinterest, or worse is misusing Pinterest (<– I totally was)—this mini-course is for you.
What you’ll get is a no-fluff .pdf document with 18 pages of tips, strategies, rules, and best practices to help you build your author business through Pinterest.
There’s no worksheets, no videos, no guided meditations. This mini-course is simply a document telling you what works and what doesn’t.
Best Wishes and Book Sales,
Once you’ve clicked “Buy Now” and gotten a checkmark the mini-course will be placed in your cart. You can access your cart by visiting the store or clicking the shopping bag icon on the bottom corner of your screen.
Who is Liza Dora?
Liza Dora is an author, illustrator, teacher, mother, wife, blogger, and the owner of the eponymous Liza Dora Books. Her writing has been in publications around the world and her books have been featured in both media and print. She’s sold books in over ten different countries and her titles have been both Amazon Hot New Releases and Amazon Bestsellers in their respective categories.