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Story Marketing #3 - Have Fun Attracting More Readers with Story Characters - Part 2

Leah M Berry, Helping Writers Get Their Books into the World

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13 Videos (16m)
    • Story Marketing Characters Part 2 Intro

      1:12
    • Story Marketing Idea 8 - Write Journal Entries from Your Character’s Perspective

      1:37
    • Story Marketing Idea 9 - Your Character’s Words

      1:22
    • Story Marketing Idea 10 - Your Character’s Christmas Wish List

      0:45
    • Story Marketing Idea 11 - What Will Your Characters Wear for Halloween?

      0:53
    • Side Note - Don't Break the Law, Let Your Characters Do That

      0:38
    • Story Marketing Idea 12 - Delegate - Make Your Characters Do Your Work

      1:28
    • Story Marketing Idea 13 - Social Media Accounts for Your Characters

      1:25
    • Story Marketing Idea 14 - Do Periodic Twitter Chats with Your Readers as Your Character

      0:27
    • Story Marketing Idea 15 - Do Twitter Chats with Characters from Other Books

      1:03
    • Story Marketing Idea 16 - Have Your Character Ask Your Reader to Post a Review

      0:51
    • Story Marketing Idea 17 - Write a Weekly (Or Monthly) “Dear Abby” Advice Column

      1:20
    • Summary & Putting Your Learning Into Action

      2:58

About This Class

Do you want to attract more readers but hate promoting your books?

Book marketing doesn’t have to be something you dread. In fact, you can have fun marketing your fiction books. How? With Story Marketing you focus on sharing your story, instead of selling your books.

In the second class on Story Marketing with your characters, you‘ll learn ten more exciting ways to attract readers by helping your audience get to know and want to spend more time with your story characters. This will motivate them to want to buy and read your books.

Another great benefit of Story Marketing is that readers enjoy sharing it with their friends. By creating fun and interesting Story Marketing content, your readers become your volunteer marketing team spreading the word about your books.

This class builds upon the first class in the Story Marketing series. In Story Marketing: How to Have Fun Marketing Your Fiction Book, writers learned the basic principles and steps to succeed at Story Marketing. This third class continues where the second class left off, by helping authors discover more fun ways to attracts readers with the help of their story characters. 

In the rest of the Story Marketing series, each class will share different Story Marketing techniques to help you put it into action and catapult the number of readers hungry for your books.

Below is the list of classes in the Story Marketing series.

Class #1: Story Marketing: How to Have Fun Marketing Your Fiction Book  

Class #2: Story Marketing - Have Fun Attracting More Readers with Story Characters - Part 1

Class #3: Story Marketing - Have Fun Attracting More Readers with Story Characters - Part 2 ** Enroll now **

I look forward to seeing your progress and providing feedback to you.

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Exciting information. LB you make me want to write a book. You make it sound like a fun "game". Maybe instead of a novel, I'll use the information you've shared to write a biography of one of my ancestors.
I really appreciate the many examples. Your links to technical tools is especially helpful. Thanks.

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Leah M Berry

Helping Writers Get Their Books into the World

I help writers and other creative entrepreneurs overcome the barriers to get their books and other work into the hearts and hands of their target audience.

I have been a professional trainer for over twenty years and love helping my students reach their goals.

Like so many authors, I worked full-time (in IT and marketing) and wrote on the side. I saw the struggle authors and other creatives faced with their marketing and IT challenges and found myself continually answering their...

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