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Why You Must Create a Compelling Book Description


I totally agree with you about the importance of descriptions or promotional ad copy. This is one of the key aspects that a potential buyer of your book is going to buy or not. Descriptions should be enticing and if possible includes call to action for your prospects. ^_^

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Question: What’s the most important piece of writing you’ll do once your book is complete?

Answer: The description of your book. No matter how well written your book is, no matter how great your author platform is, no matter how great your marketing plan is, if your promotional copy puts readers to sleep, you just lost a potential sale.

What you say about your book can be as important (and arguably even more important) that what you say inside your book.

The product description you write for Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and other product pages—even your own website—needs to be the best sales copy you can create. Whether readers are just browsing for a book to read or they’re looking for yours specifically (yay!), the interest and excitement you create in that product description will influence whether you gain another reader or not.

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2 comments on “Why You Must Create a Compelling Book Description

  1. Thanks for sharing my post, and I love your site! Thanks for sharing such great info.

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