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  • Your First 1000 Copies

  • The Step-by-Step Guide to Marketing Your Book
  • By: Tim Grahl
  • Narrated by: Tim Grahl
  • Length: 3 hrs and 1 min
  • Unabridged
  • Overall
    4.5 out of 5 stars 121
  • Performance
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  • Story
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Imagine if you had a direct connection with thousands of readers who loved reading your books. And imagine if those readers eagerly awaited the launch of your next book. In Your First 1000 Copies, seasoned book marketing expert Tim Grahl walks you through how successful authors are using the online marketing tools to build their platform, connect with readers and sell more books.

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  • Essential for Contemporary Authors!

  • By Author Guy on 11-25-13

Great Investment. Perfect resource.

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Reviewed: 02-20-15

If you could sum up Your First 1000 Copies in three words, what would they be?

Be relentlessly helpful.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Your First 1000 Copies?

The realization that pop-ups( if done correctly and with the right mindset of adding value to your subscribers) are not viewed as annoying but as something desirable your fan or subscriber will actually want.

Which character – as performed by Tim Grahl – was your favorite?

Tim Grahl did a perfect Tim Grahl impression for the entire book. Tim sounds down to earth and offers sound advice with no wasted time or space. Very useful.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

One thing I loved about this book was how many things you could put into practice immediately. I paused the book several times to complete actions he suggested. Before I was done listening to it I had a non-intrusive, value adding pop-up on my website and already had some subscribers to my email list, and had already sent out some free content.

Any additional comments?

Would recommend to all authors interested in growing reach and fan base in a natural, non-saleman-ish way.

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