The Children's Book Marketing Podcast
The Children's Book Marketing Podcast
Episode 19: Learn From My Experiment Listing My Children’s Books With IngramSpark

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 19, come with me as I experiment with listing with a book aggregator and find out what costly lesson I learned in the process.

Want your children’s books available all over the world? Then, list your children’s books with a book aggregator, but if you want to make sure you’re maximizing your profitability then perhaps you should consider other avenues.

There is a balanced perspective into the benefits and drawbacks of working with a book aggregator. From understanding the distribution process to exploring the impact on profit margins, I break down the key considerations for you to make along with the nuances of listing books with a book aggregator. If you’re a children’s book author exploring the world of book sales and distribution, this episode is a must-listen. Stay tuned to gain valuable insights that will shape your marketing strategy.

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