Promote Your eBook on Twitter
Publication without promotion is an exercise in futility. If you want to reach your customers and readers, you need to promote your book effectively, and one of the most effective ways to promote your eBook is on Twitter. There are hundreds of thousands of people on Twitter looking for great free eBooks, and we have a proven track record of success promoting eBooks on Twitter. How can we prove it? The images here don’t lie—these are actual numbers of downloads from our Amazon account using the same methods that we are now sharing with you.
Note: We do NOT guarantee your results will be the same as ours! There are many factors outside my control that can affect downloads such as the quality of your eBook cover, the size of your target market, and the proper use of hashtags in your Tweets. We can help you with some of these factors, but some are obviously beyond our control.
The process for us to promote your book on Twitter is simple:
Step 1: You set up a 5 day free period for your eBook on Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing. If you don’t know how to do this, please check out our helpful video in the FAQ’s section (need to create this video and hyperlink it here!)
Step 2: You compose your tweet & send our team:
a. The dates for the free period on Kindle Direct Publishing
b. The text of your Tweet including the link to your eBook on Amazon
NOTE: You'll input this information in the fields at the bottom of this page before you place your order.
Then we Tweet your free eBook to over half a million (665,128 to be exact!) eBook lovers on Twitter.
But, if you know anything about social media promotion, you know that unless your Tweets stand out from the billions of Tweets that happen every day, you won’t reach any readers or customers. You also probably know that timing your Tweets is incredibly important. We know the importance of these factors, and we can help you reach your audience.
To help you get maximum exposure, your order will also include:
1. Proofreading your Tweet to ensure that its length is optimized for Retweeting (but you already knew that Tweets of certain lengths get Retweeted more than others, right?)
2. Two optimized hashtags to help your Tweet stand out from the crowd
3. Two Tweets per day during your promotional period (versus only one per day with my Fiverr gig)
4. Optimized timing of the Tweet to reach the largest US population centers when those people are using Twitter the most!
Many people balk at the prospect of spending $35 for a Twitter promotion, but our results don’t lie and our customers have had tremendous success using our methods. For those of you who know social media and want to invest in reaching your readers and your customers, give our promotional methods a try. You won’t be disappointed.
Sample results from my personal book promotions.
I use the same techniques with your books!