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How to market your book?

The most commonly asked question by the Authors is how to promote their book. Below are the few pointers, which I found effective. 1. Increase the visibility of your book and of yourself as an Author(both online & offline). Online is economical. The more the readers know you, the better are the chances that they pick your book.  2. Take the help of Amazon and Instagram paid marketing to reach a wider audience. 3. Get more reviews of your book on Amazon, Instagram and other relevant platforms. 4. Content marketing - Share about your book on social media. 5. Maintain discipline and write daily. The more you write the more you become known and established as an Author.  If you know any other helpful point, then do add it in the comment section so that aspiring authors get benefited from it.