Now that you’re a published author, you’ve surely sent a copy of your book to all of your friends and family. But once you exhaust your personal network, you need to start attracting new readers and building a fanbase. Goodreads is one of the best ways to do that, giving you access to 50 million readers and thousands of book clubs.
In “An Author’s Guide to Goodreads,” you’ll find out why Goodreads is a great platform for getting your book into the hands of new readers and how to optimize your time on the website.
Your instructor is Barb Drozdowich, an author and consultant who has published 18 of her own books, including one on the same topic as this course. Barb has been teaching writers for more than two decades, and her consulting business focuses specifically on helping writers with their blogs and social media.
When you sign up for “An Author’s Guide to Goodreads,” you’ll gain instant access to 23 videos that cover all aspects of using Goodreads, starting with the basics:
- Setting up your account
- Crafting a compelling personal profile that encourages readers to check out your book
- Navigating the website
- Claiming your author status
- Using the bookshelves
Once you have that down, you’ll move on to more advanced topics, such as:
- Networking with readers and other authors
- Setting up an event
- Hosting a giveaway
- Adding widgets to your website
If you’re ready to take your book marketing to the next level, sign up for this course and get started today.