May 30, 2008

Free Class on Using Web 2.0 (MySpace, Facebook, Etc.) To Sell Your Books

Posted in Workshops and Classes at 6:39 pm by laurie979

Hi Gang,

I received this from Rebecca’s Reads. It is an opportunity to take a free telephone class on how to use Web 2.0 (basically interactive websites — My Space, Facebook, Twitter, Shelfari, GoodReads, Etc. to connect with readers and sell books. You can get a free report just for following the link and signing up…but seems like a great opportunity to learn something new. I am hoping to attend.

Here’s the Invite:

Join us for a free teleseminar on Wednesday, June 4 at 8 PM EDT and learn of the exploding trend known as Web 2.0. You will discover a variety of strategies and tactics to help you leverage the power of Web 2.0.

What you’ll learn in this 60 minute FREE teleconference…

  • What is Web 2.0
  • How Web 2.0 & Social Media can immediately impact the way you market your book
  • Understand what you should be doing to create your own Social Media Optimization Plan (SMO)
  • Common mistakes to avoid – that can get you shut down fast
  • Have Fun learning about something that is new, cutting edge, and will open up a whole new world of interaction for you to:
    • Increase communication with your readers
    • Generate more Web Traffic
    • Build up your Lists
    • Increase your Credibility
    • Learn tips that you can put into place immediately in your SMO

All of which leads to increasing the profitability of your book!

Please go to before Wednesday, June 4th at 8PM EDT for details and to sign up and take advantage of this complimentary teleseminar.


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