Marketing Solutions for Writers

If you’re a writer, you need an online presence and marketing plan.

It doesn’t matter if you’ve published a book or not. In fact, you should launch your platform long before your project is even published. Why? Well, that’s just the way the Internet works. There’s a lot of technical reasons involved, but that’s what we’re here for. Let US worry about the complicated “behind the scenes” details while YOU worry about writing and building your reader base. Our 360 marketing solutions for writers is exactly what you need.

The Internet allows authors to directly engage with his or her audience, bringing a new and exciting level of interactivity to the reading experience. Holding active, two-way conversations with your readers will cause your sales to skyrocket — that’s a fact. When readers feel like they’re more than just a random fan begging for the chance to get a canned “thanks for my buying my book” reply, they’ll be more inclined to purchase your works in the future. They’ll also spread the word that your care for your audience.

Even unpublished authors can benefit from having an online platform. There’s no easier way to get your material into the hands (and hearts) of future fans than through your own branded website and social media profiles. Many new authors will offer free chapters of their books on their sites, an obvious incentive for readers to purchase their books.

We’re way beyond well-versed in web design and online marketing strategies, including SEO, PPC and social media. We’re confident that we can assist you with your online marketing needs regardless of your Internet marketing knowledge and skill level.

Also, don’t let budget become an issue . We can work with you regardless of funds. If you need a payment plan, just let us know — we’ll be glad to help!

Because every author’s platform is unique and different, we won’t be able to provide an instant quote. Use the form below for a quote request. We’ll send a quote within 24-48 hours.

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