Online press releases offer various benefits, aids to selling self-published books

Online press releases work in many ways to help sell self-published books

(PR NewsChannel) / September 4, 2012 / TAMPA, Fla. 

In a world of social media, e-books and online videos, selling books has become anything but traditional. In order to keep up with the ever changing technological world, it’s essential to adapt if you want your book to sell well.

Online press releases have unique advantages to helping sell your book and gain publicity for it. Some may think that because it’s not a traditional book press release distribution, it will fail; however, working with the right book press release distribution company will help ensure an efficient online press release campaign.

If you have a website for your book, an online press release can help drive traffic to it, if it contains the right SEO terms. Also, if your website is monetized, more traffic means more profit for you, and it shows that there is interest in your book, which could translate into sales.

By using an online press release through your book press release distribution company, the waves of communication in the digital world open up. People can link to it on their social media accounts and share it with others through email, making it a hot topic.

You also have the ability to control the news with an online press release because you can tell your book press release distribution company the day and time you want it to be published. If you’ve done your research, then you should know what days are best for your press release to get noticed.

Knowing the benefits of online press releases for your book can help you sell your book in different ways, and that’s the ultimate goal for a majority of self-published authors.

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