Here are 30 smart, simple, and fresh techniques to help you promote your kindle book. Some of it involves using other social media accounts (facebook, twitter, youtube). So if you’re not on those, learn more about social media marketing at embark internet marketing
1. Place your Amazon page URL in email signatures.
Think about it. Hopefully you already plug your blog or website after your name in the email signature. Include your kindle address.
2. Promote it on your Facebook page
Create a status update about your kindle book. Do this once a week at most (people will get sick of it otherwise).
3. Ask followers on Twitter to check out your book.
Don’t only ask them to give it a look. Ask them to play along. Ask them to read it and let you know what they thought in the comments section.
4. Use Facebook ads.
Good Facebook ads will direct hundreds of eyeballs to your kindle page. They are easy to get started. Plus, you have the ability to determine how much or how little it costs each day. The key is specific targeting and testing different ads out.
6 – Put your Kindle page URL on business cards.
Don’t limit the promotion of your book to the online world. Share it offline: posters, business cards, envelopes, letterhead, etc.
7 – Plug a link in under your Facebook profile info.
It’s easy to put a link to your Kindle pages under Basic Information, just like this:
8 – Ask your fans to post a link.
If you don’t ask, the answer is already, “no.” And your fans want to help your out. This especially true if they really like you as a person and your work. If your work has helped them in their lives, they’d be more than happy to do this one little thing. Plus, they will feel like they were a part of something special like a successful launch.
9 – Tag those YouTube videos.
If you produce YouTube videos (and any online marketing presence should), insert a link to your kindle page at the beginning and end of the video.
You can also include the URL right at the beginning of the descriptions of your youtube videos.
10 – Make one of those QR codes for your Kindle book.
For more about QR codes, see http://www.qrpr.tv.
11 – Email your fans.
This one seems kinda obvious, but it’s often overlooked. Even if you don’t have a huge following, filling in your friends and family on your latest project can often be that small degree of separation between success and stagnation.
12 – Run a Google AdWords campaign.
You can target specific keywords to get more eyeballs infront of your kindle book. This is particularly effective if you use our entire SEO Package. Google AdWords is tricky. It can be spendy, but it’s actually very hard to screw things up with your page being hosted by amazon.
13. Put your Kindle URL on other social media pages.
You can add your Kindle URL to your Google+ profile, Facebook page, LinkedIn profile, etc.
14. Feature your Kindle URL in offline ads.
If your Kindle book is important in your marketing strategy, then place the URL on sales posters, in brochures, in your print ads, on your sales letters, on your menus, on receipts, in your white papers, etc.