Everyone is so focused on marketing to get buyers to their books, but your Kindle book is ALSO valuable marketing space.
You have a lot of leeway to talk about your business inside your book and always use it to your advantage. Here are some things to include inside your book:
* Your author biography: Just because they bought your book, doesn’t mean they know who you are and what you do.
* Include testimonials: There’s nothing quite like social proof. If people love your books, products and services, include that in the book too.
* Offer an incentive for them to visit your blog or website: Give them a workbook to apply what they learn, an audio version of your book and more. Better yet, have them opt-in, so you can get them on your mailing list.
* List all your other publications: Don’t make them go looking for your other work. Just tell them what you’ve done and where to get it.
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