Marketing your Book cover, Spine and Information.
Whether you've written your book or are just starting out, having an eye catching cover is a must. Did you know that customers may be looking over your book for 10 seconds or less? A good book cover entices the customer to want to read more information and to result in a purchase.
To accomplish this, you need to know what catches a customers eyes. A good place to start is your friends and family. Ones that you trust. Ask their opinions. If you're uncomfortable with asking your inner circle or would like your book's cover to be a surprise, look to the net. You can post your book's cover idea and receive feedback.
Only post your idea on the net if you trust it won't be stolen. When deciding to create my book cover for Mysterious Chills and Thrills for Kids, I looked at many other ones in the children's field. I kept in mind which book covers attracted me and for the ones that didn't, why it didn't. Keep in mind that not everyone is going to agree with your taste.
by prosmentor 8 years ago
What is your view about the cover of a book? Is it very important?
by Poppy 4 years ago
Hello,I was wondering if anyone could give some quick feedback on my book cover. It was created by two graphic artist students at my university. The three of us are looking for feedback. Would it be ok if you told me your immediate thoughts? (Good and bad feedback welcome)Thank...
by Evan Wright 5 years ago
What do you think of my new book cover?I gathered the services of fiverr.com to get a new ebook cover for my financial advice book, "The Art of Saving: How to Create Your Money Masterpiece". Did I get my money's worth?
by Cerebral Aspect 4 years ago
Over the last year, I took a hiatus from publishing hubs. Due to the limited amount of time in my day that I had to write, I took up writing my first novel. It is titled Medusa: Betrayal of the Faithful. I plan on self publishing it on kindle. The only step left is the...
by Dreamer at heart 6 years ago
How do you design a book cover?
by Poppy 9 months ago
All of the covers are from websites where the designer adds your author name and book title after you've purchased it. I'm uncertain which to get, so may I ask your opinion? Which of these covers, A, B, or C, do you like the most for a fantasy short story?
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