The Children's Book Marketing Podcast
The Children's Book Marketing Podcast
Episode 5: Where - Where to start communicating with your ideal reader

Hey there! Welcome back to the Children’s Book Marketing Podcast, where we help self-published children’s book authors use branding and content to connect with readers, sell more books, and grow their business.

In today’s episode, we’re diving into the topic of social media overwhelm. We’ll discuss why it’s not necessary to be on every platform that exists and how to choose the right platforms for your target audience. Plus, we’ll share some strategies to avoid getting overwhelmed by social media as an author.

But before we get started, I just want to express my gratitude for all the support this podcast has received. It’s truly been a labor of love, and I’m thrilled to be able to provide valuable insights and strategies to help fellow children’s book authors succeed.

So grab a cup of coffee or your favorite beverage, and let’s jump into this episode of the Children’s Book Marketing Podcast!

00:01:09 Podcast success, decision makers, communication, social media.

00:04:27 Simplify and summarize: Focus on social media platforms where parents are active.

00:11:09 Focus on limited social media platforms for better results.

00:14:57 Concentrate on few online platforms for success.

Some of the resources that she shares in the episode are below:

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