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How To Promote Your African Book

African Book, Book Promotions

1. Trade Shows selling African Books & African Products. If you cannot find a trade show, then you can start your own trade show, featuring African Books and African Products. Contact the African books & products companies who might be interested. You can also set up an online African Books & African Products tradeshow inviting online African Books & African Products companies to contribute trade shows features of their books & products. They can list free or you can charge a small fee for listing.

2. Write Press Releases. If you think your African Book is newsworthy, then write press releases. There are many free press release websites online, including You can also send copies of your press release to those bookstores interested in African Books.

3. Incentives. Offer incentives, free products with the purchase of your African Book, e.g. a free T-shirt. You can set up your free African T-shirt and customs products store at, You can also set up your free T-shirt store at If you self-publish, then you can include the cost of the "free" product in the book's price.

Other freebies, include:

Free mini toys
Free candy

4. Affiliate Marketing. Sell your book via affiliate marketing, e.g. Clickbank,

5. Featured book sections. If you know online websites that sell African products, write to ask if they'd be interested in a featured book sections, including your book.

6. Publishers previews. Include a preview of your book.

7. Full page ads, classified ads (25 word) and special listings--these can be online or in print. To post your classified ads go to

8. Web page. Set up your own African Book(s) webpage. Advertise your book(s) on your own webpage. Include articles and/or book(s) preview(s).

9. Write articles based upon your African Book, include a link to your book(s) in your article's signature line.

10. Start or join an African Books Forum or African Books Yahoo or Google group.

11. Offer a "free" email course based upon your book(s). Email course includes book(s) promotions.

12. Teach an online workshop based upon your book(s):

Published: 2006-08-26
Author: African Library

About the author or the publisher
African Library writes articles, stories, and poems about the African experience.

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