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033- How To Sell Your Book with Relationship Marketing


Relationship marketing builds advocates for your product or service that drives referrals and business your way.  How can you use relationship marketing to sell a book or make it a best seller?

Well, today I interview Joel Boggess, published author of Finding Your Voice, and we unpack and explain what Joel did that is making his book fly off the shelves.  He is already having a 2nd printing and the book has not been released yet.  How did he do that?

People like Dan Miller, Darren Hardy, Carrie Wilkerson, Bob Burg, John Miller, Tom Ziglar, Joe Calloway, Jen McDonough, and many more have endorsed his book.  How did he do that?  Why so many?

How and why are people buying his book before its released?

How can you do it?

What specific value items is he doing for his book that is driving the sales up?

What if you don’t want to sell a book, will this work for you product or service?  YES!!

What are 3 rock solid ideas for how we can find our voice/our passion.

Listen is for this and more.




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About David Soler

David J Soler is a Success Catalyst known for enriching lives and helping organizations, small businesses and individuals achieve unimaginable success. David is known for his authentic and energizing approach to building strong referral communities for business growth and life enrichment.

He is a respected marketing and sales expert, the "Goto" guy for relationship marketing and sales, sought-after keynote speaker, host of the top rated "Relationship Marketing and Sales Podcast" on iTunes, Founder of the Relationship Marketing & Sales Academy. Read more >>

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