Past Meetup

Online Book Marketing for Authors

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Next Door Cafe

659 W Diversey Parkway · Chicago, IL

How to find us

We'll be near the back of the cafe.

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Details

Successful book marketing takes two of three things: Time, Money, and Talent. If authors have time and talent, they don’t need money. Bethany Brown will share her valuable online marketing to-do list for self-published authors, including creating accounts on Author Central, Goodreads, Goodreads Giveaway, and LibraryThing, as well as Social Media and Review outreach and what those pitches should look like. Bethany's advice is appropriate for both self-publishing and traditionally published authors.

Next Door Cafe, 659 W Diversey (https://www.nextdoorchicago.com/), is hosting this meeting. There is street parking in the area and public transportation nearby.

Please RSVP here on meetup.com AND register at www.nextdoorchi.com (http://www.nextdoorchi.com/).

NOTE: You must be registered as a Next Door Community Member to attend this event. Joining the Next Door Community is totally free and will give you access to register for any of Next Door’s classes or financial coaching, which are also free of charge. Please register at www.nextdoorchi.com (http://www.nextdoorchi.com/). Once registered as a Community Member, you will receive a monthly email highlighting Next Door’s calendar of class and events. No additional solicitation or emails will be sent to you, and your information will not be shared. When checking in at the event, if you are not signed up as a Community Member, the check-in team will ask you to sign up on site.

Speaker bio:

Bethany Brown is the President of The Cadence Group (http://www.thecadencegrp.com), a design, editorial, marketing and book coaching provider to the publishing industry. A former Editorial Manager and Acquisitions Editor, Bethany shares her deep knowledge of both traditional and self-publishing with authors and publishers, helping them navigate the ever-changing publishing landscape.