Friday, May 16, 2014

How to Indie Publish (Advanced Course)

Take your indie publishing to a whole new level.

Description

Uploaded your book to Amazon but wonder why it is not selling? Perhaps you are already indie publishing (self-publishing) but feel you need to know more about marketing? Maybe you have attended Jocelyn's popular Beginners Guide to Indie Publishing and are ready for a step up?
Jocelyn has prepared this brand new course in response to indie publishers (self publishers) wanting more on marketing and selling their books.
Please note: This course is not about how to upload your book to Amazon (or elsewhere). You need to have done that before attending this course.
You will learn:
•       The magnificent  7 strategies for success
•       Define and target your ideal reader (your audience)
•       How to write a sizzling back cover blurb
•       Understanding your author platform
•       The super highway of marketing
•       Tips and tricks the professionals use
•       Planning the next steps
Cost: $147.  Attend any other 1-day workshop during the Winter Writing and Publishing Week as well as this one, and pay $248 for both.
Date/Time: Friday 18 July, 9.30am - 4.00pm  with a one hour lunchbreak.  
Not very familiar with indie publishing? Need an entry-level course?  A beginners guide to indie publishing is available on Saturday 21 June.  See the following link for more information: http://www.selwyncomed.school.nz/courses/777-beginners-guide-to-indie-publishing
Beginners course costs $147.  Attend and pay for this as well as the advanced indie publishing course and pay only $248 for both (savings $46).
If you wish to enrol for two or more courses in Winter Writing and Publishing Week 2014, please contact Selwyn Community Education office on 5219623 or info@selwyncomed.school.nz to take advantage of discounts.
Tutor: Jocelyn Watkin: writer, blogger, indie publisher (print and e-books), freelance journalist, sales and marketing specialist. She has tertiary qualifications in journalism, teaching and management, including a Masters of Business Administration (MBA).

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