Book Publishers Northwest’s May 21 meeting features two speakers on how to create effective online marketing on a shoestring.
Join Book Publishers Northwest for a two-part meeting on web marketing for publishers. This is a double-header stuffed into two hours on May 21, 4 pm to 6 pm. Don’t be late! This meeting takes place at the Good Shepherd Center at 4649 Sunnyside Ave N, room 221, Seattle.
Part I: Using Google Book Search and AdWords
In today’s economic climate, how can you reach many potential readers without breaking the bank? Google’s Laura Driussi will demonstrate how to use a free product (Google Book Search) and a paid product (Google AdWords) to target the audience for your books within your budget.
Using examples from her own experience as a micro-publisher as well as from publishers she works with in Google Book Search, Laura will demonstrate both programs and offer tips on how to use them most efficiently.
Laura Driussi is Strategic Partner Manager at Google Book Search. Prior to joining Google in 2005, she was Assistant Marketing Director at the University of California Press and managed online marketing and digital rights. In 14 years at the Press, she served in the editorial, production, marketing, and even IT departments. She also assists her husband in marketing his self-published books.
Part II: Social Networking for Publishers
BPNW board member Beth Whitman can be found on Facebook, Twitter, and host of other social networks, even while globe trotting. Learn how you can use these mostly free tools to increase your audience.
Whitman is the founder and editor of Wanderlust and Lipstick. For more than 22 years, she has been traveling the globe as a contemporary Wanderer: combining her love for travel with volunteer work, adventure trips, travel writing, and business.