The Children's Book Marketing Podcast
The Children's Book Marketing Podcast
Episode 18: 3 Reasons You Should Begin Building Your Email List, Like Yesterday

Welcome to the Children’s Book Marketing Podcast, where we dive into the world of marketing and promotion for children’s books. In Season 2, Episode 18, you will discover why you need to start building an email subscribers list, but why it’s necessary may not be obvious.

In this episode, you’ll learn three compelling reasons why authors prioritizing the creation of your email subscriber list is a critical aspect of your marketing strategy. From owning the relationship with readers to establishing a consistent cadence of communication, delve into the leadership role that you can assume as an author with an open line of communication to your readers through email.

We’ll also explore the cost-effective nature of email marketing compared to paid advertising, and provide valuable ways to use organic traffic to grow an email list. If you’re a children’s book author looking to maximize your book’s reach and engage directly with your readers, this episode is a must-listen.

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“I am working on my third children’s book and there is so much I still need to learn about marketing. Micaela provides great information for new authors and authors with some experience. I am starting over with this third book when it comes to marketing and Micaela’s tools are just what I need to get me back on track. Thank you Micaela!”

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