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When you self-publish a book, you are creating something that you want to be proud of. You took the time to contemplate, to organize, to write and to rewrite. Once you are finished and you see your book title on the cover and your name as a published author, it would be great if all you had to do was sit back, relax and enjoy the royalties.
While self-publishing a book is certainty easier than ever before, marketing your book is a different story. With self-publishing, you can enjoy the benefit of keeping a higher percentage of your royalties than you would with a traditional publisher. However, unless you are already an established author, you probably don't have the same clout or visibility as a traditional publisher when it comes to publicity and marketing for your book.
Do you know how to market your book to drive book sales? Here are 7 important tips for marketing your self-published book.