BookWhirl.com Warns the Public on “Phishing” Email Scams

Posted in Press Release on May 25th, 2010 by admin

GREEN BAY, WI (5/25/2010) – BookWhirl.com, warns the public on recent “Phishing Attack” email scams that have been targeting self-published authors.

Phishing is a cyber crime that involves sending emails to a user falsely claiming to be a legitimate enterprise in an attempt to extract personal information for monetary gain.

Upon learning of such phishing incidents, the management of BookWhirl.com has taken necessary steps to advise the public of the existent phishing attacks. According to the management, they have strongly secured their systems to combat ‘phishers’ and protect potential consumers.

Furthermore, BookWhirl.com Management continuously reminds the public to strictly verify emails through double checking the contact information. They have also emphasized that only email addresses with the domain name of “bookwhirl.com” and the contact details which are stated on their website are considered authentic.

If there are users who have suspected ‘phishing emails’ that claims to be from BookWhirl.com, they are encouraged to immediately report the incident through calling toll free number 1 (877) 207 1679 or by sending an email at [email protected]

For more information, please log on to http://www.BookWhirl.com.

About BookWhirl.com
BookWhirl.com is an online book marketing service company, specializing in providing low-cost, high-quality marketing services for fiction, nonfiction, and poetry books. Through its unique, inexpensive book marketing services, BookWhirl.com helps authors promote their published works more effectively and connect to readers in a more effective, more efficient system.

BookWhirl.com employs an experienced team of online marketing strategists, ad copywriters, graphic artists, and web designers, whose combined talents ensure an effective online marketing campaign at easily affordable rates.

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BookWhirl.com Debuts its Affiliate Marketing Program

Posted in Press Release on May 25th, 2010 by admin

GREEN BAY, WI (5/25/2010) – BookWhirl.com, the leading marketing services provider for self-publishers launches its Affiliate Marketing Program, open to all self-publishing companies. This is another major feature that the company has launched within this year aside from the Refer an Author Program (RAP) which benefits their former and existing clients.

BookWhirl.com’s Affiliate Marketing Program is a product of the company’s long-term purpose to create relationships among self-publishing companies that are potential affiliates for sustainable developments. “We are inviting all self-publishing companies to be our affiliates. This is definitely an opportunity to widen and increase brand awareness without monetary requirement. We also believe that creating affiliations with other companies can broaden a consumer’s options; trust is a very important factor”, expressed Jake Olvido, BookWhirl.com’s Marketing Officer.

Furthermore, the Affiliate Marketing Program involves an exchange of an ad line consisting of the company’s logo and description that links directly to a specific landing page. BookWhirl.com will also offer 30 free online directory listings to the affiliate’s clients with newly published books. All of these at no cost at all for the affiliate.

For more information, log on to http://www.bookwhirl.com/Affiliate-Marketing-Program.html

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BookWhirl.com is an online book marketing service company, specializing in providing low-cost, high-quality marketing services for fiction, nonfiction, and poetry books. Through its unique, inexpensive book marketing services, BookWhirl.com helps authors promote their published works more effectively and connect to readers in a more effective, more efficient system.

BookWhirl.com employs an experienced team of online marketing strategists, ad copywriters, graphic artists, and web designers, whose combined talents ensure an effective online marketing campaign at easily affordable rates.

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4 Tips On Making Your Book Available To Book Clubs/Reading Groups

Posted in Book Marketing, Social Media Marketing on May 25th, 2010 by admin

by: Tony Eldridge
source: http://blog.marketingtipsforauthors.com/2009/12/4-tips-on-making-your-book-available-to.html

Book clubs are wonderful reader organizations that get together, usually once a month, to discuss a book that every member has read. The discussion is usually deeper than the kind you would find two friends having over a latte.

For fiction, members may discuss what role setting plays in the story, themes that run through the book, how characters evolve through the story or maybe what societal challenges presented themselves in the story.

For nonfiction, the members may discuss questions about how the information was presented: was is biased or fair, did the author adequately present the information in the book or were there unanswered questions, did the book change the readers opinion on the book’s subject.

As an author, there are few opportunities better than getting your book before a book club. Not only will members of the club read the book, but they are usually great “word-of-mouth” marketers for books they enjoy. Here are some tips at making your book “club friendly.”

  • Prepare a list of discussion questions- By preparing a list of discussion questions and posting them on your website, you can help spark interest in your book while providing a resource specifically tailored to clubs.
  • Offer to hold a Q&A for the club- What a wonderful time to be an author! You can literally visit book clubs around the world from the comfort of your home. Teleconferences and webinars are commonplace technologies that require almost no tech skills to use. It’s a real treat for book clubs to be able to speak to the actual author of the book they are reading.
  • Get your publisher involved- Many publishers will set up a resource page for book clubs on their site that includes anything from PDF discussion questions to special discounts for club members. If your publisher does not currently offer that resource, bring it up to them. If they believe it will help sell books, you may be surprised what they will do for you.
  • Contact book clubs directly- Prepare an e-mail to the club contact introducing yourself, including a link to your book club resource page, and your willingness to make yourself available to address the club or to hold a Q&A session. Start with Google to find a list of clubs or go to MeetUp.com for local groups. It returned over 10,000 results for the term Book Club.

Once you get in the book club scene, you can have a blast. It can be one of the most enjoyable ways to market your book. Be sure to check out Book-Clubs-Resource.com for more resources on book clubs. This site will help you prepare by learning how most clubs are organized.

Also, as you are checking things out, remember that “reading groups” are often used interchangeably for “book clubs”, but “book clubs” can also refer to the buyers clubs that people join where they purchase 6 books over 3 years (ie, Oprah’s Book Club, Double Day Book Club, etc…)

Tony Eldridge

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