How to keep your marketing plan simple. Developing a marketing plan can be overwhelming. Keep it simple to ensure that you will have a plan. It's as simple as the following: 1. What strategies do you want to implement? 2. How much time are you willing to spend on marketing? 3. How much money do you have to spend on marketing? 4. When will you start your marketing plan? 5. How will you track your progress? #marketingplan #sellingbooks
It's essential to market, promote and sell your book(s). Below are some suggestions to help you write your marketing plan. 1. Write the marketing plan in a notebook or computer.
2. Set a budget.
3. Decide on the strategies to implement.
4. Date to start your marketing plan.
5. Do not try and implement every strategy.
6. Make the time to market strategies
7. Track what marketing strategies are working.
8. Realize that your plan is a work in progress. #marketing #promiot
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