Where in the newspaper do you advertise a book?
I've just been self-published and I'd like to advertise my book- do I advertise it in the classifieds or buy a "block" of ad space (how much does it cost?) or is the general public aloud to write an article?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Try yahoo auctions - they are free. Also, try google base, which is also free.
PS What is your book about?
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Reviews are usually a lot more effective than paid ads. To get a review, the first thing you need to do is write a press release. You will want to find an interesting angle that grabs people's attention. Use that as your first sentence. Include information about how to contact you at the bottom.
Send your press release and book to local media. If you are lucky, you may get some free publicity.
- herringtonLv 44 years ago
you have the skill to work out the living situation that the puppy replaced into raised in. If the owner won't enable you spot the pen or the barn or the domicile or however than don't get that canines. additionally ask to work out the doggies mothers and fathers as which could additionally be a clue as to how the puppy replaced into taken care of. a greater useful concept is to bypass to the animal safeguard as on occasion there are purebreds on the safeguard, and if a mutt catches your eye and you fall in love than you will understand you stumbled on the suited canines. From: A mini dachshund breeder who has marketed interior the paper.
- 1 decade ago
What is your book about? Is it literary, or about finance, or education, or science? A newspaper is made up of several sections. So, if it is literary then, you can advertise in the Lifestyle, culture or literary page. If it is about business or finance, then in the business page. And so on. The advertising rates are higher on Sundays.
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- runner1Lv 61 decade ago
Have you thought of using the Internet? It reaches worldwide. Your paper reaches your local region. Try Google homepage.