You finished your newest book and the first printed copy just arrived in the mail, and now it’s time to format your awesome cover to fit all the ebook marketplaces. But it’s tough to tell what is expected of you, because every company you want to submit to has different requirements. What makes it worse is that they change their requirements every few years – so even if you do find written dimensions, there is a good chance that they are old. But up-to-date instructions are troublesome as well, with all of their requirements such as minimum dimension size, recommended dimension size, maximum file size, etc.
It can be difficult to find creative ways to highlight your book. Now you can promote your masterpiece easily with this great looking web banner set. With five sizes and two styles, these high-quality web banner template files are ready for your book marketing and promotion campaigns. Each PSD file is layered and fully organized. You can use these graphics for your personal use like your website or Facebook page, as well as for advertising through Google AdWords or on other websites.
No matter what kind of promotional materials you decide to design and include in your book marketing campaign, the Brand Your Book Photoshop mock-up gives you a professional way to display all your book promotional materials in one easy-to-use aesthetic graphic. These graphics are great for your websites, book signings, book banners and any other place you would like to show off your variety of book marketing materials.
You might be surprised to hear that postcard marketing still works in this present digital era. In fact, postcards tend to produce better results today than they did in the past – especially when used for generating traffic to a website or obtaining sales leads. For authors, postcards work extremely well when it comes to letting potential customers know about upcoming book signings. One of the reasons that postcards are so effective is that they attract people and are almost always seen. For instance, have you ever discarded a postcard without at least skimming over the front and back? It’s almost impossible to do!