I truly believe in the fact that there is a market for just about everything. This does not mean that every person in the world is going to want what you are trying to sell, no matter how pretty it is packaged, but there is someone out there that will buy it.
You’ve written your book, gone through the editing gauntlet and decided to publish the finished product yourself. You’ve researched all the self publishing options, decided on a company, approved the book’s cover and polished the book’s final lay-out. All you’re “i’s” are dotted and “t’s” are crossed. Now, you’re ready to go to press. Right?
This article features a list of suggestions on how to plan your budget during your pre-publication marketing plan.
BookWhirl.com features tips on how self-published authors can prepare and conduct extensive publicity campaigns before and after book launchings.