Interested in nabbing a TV or radio interview, getting featured in the local newspaper, or being reviewed by a popular book blog? Our publicity team can get you there with our professional press release services along with social media marketing support.
Press Release – Essential
We’ll create a professionally-crafted press release announcing the launch of your e-book and we’ll send it out to 500 targeted media, including TV and radio stations, newspapers and online publications.
Press Release – Web-Optimized
Maximize your chances at getting coverage. Our publicity team will create a web-optimized press release including keywords to make it easily-searchable. We’ll distribute it to more than 30,000 opt-in journalists and more than 250,000 news subscribers through our newswire service PRWeb.
Social Media Publicist
This is a six-week campaign that provides you with a dedicated publicist who focuses on Twitter, Facebook, social media outreach and blogging. The Booktango marketing team takes a “do, coach, guide” approach: we establish your platform across the top social media websites then we help you develop and hone your presence over time.
Social Media Consultation
With so many social media communities to choose from, it’s crucial to have an e-book marketing strategy. This 90-minute consultation with a social media publicist will help you master the basics and take social media by storm.
Booktango Newsmaker Publicity Campaign
Media attention can work wonders. But if you’re interested in nabbing a spot in the newspaper, being interviewed on the local news station, or getting reviewed by bloggers, it takes a coordinated effort. Let a Personal Publicist work with you to gain media attention for your book.
Kirkus Indie Review
Earn credibility for your e-book from one of the most trusted brands in the publishing industry – Kirkus Reviews. Let a Personal Publicist work with you to gain media attention for your book. Plus, if your Kirkus Indie Review is completed between April through December 2012, Meredith Vieira Productions (MVP) will consider your book for film and TV adaptation by assessing your review. How cool is that?