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Tuesday, January 22, 2013

The Importance of Today

There is no such thing in anyone's life as an unimportant day."
~ Alexander Woollcott

With 365 days surrounding this challenge, it can be easy to feel like some days aren’t very important, but the truth is that every single one day in this challenge is important. Each day is proof that you are willing to do what it takes to market your book. Yesterday was day 21 of our challenge, and if you’ve been keeping up and believe what people say about the number of days it takes to form a habit, then you’ve successfully created a great book marketing habit.

Often times, the day after you take a step of faith, or finish something big can seem like the hardest. You feel accomplished and you want to hear what others say about it. Whether you’re waiting to hear back from a perspective blog tour host, or you’ve just published a new book and are waiting for the first reviews, it can seem like it takes forever. It’s best to fill this time with other marketing actions so that you aren’t sitting around doing nothing.

Marketing prompt:

Every day is important when it comes to marketing your book. Make sure that you continue spending time each and every day on marketing – even if it’s just 5 or 10 minutes performing your routine marketing habits. Don’t forget to continue planning and working towards your marketing campaign.

Days to go: 343

On a side note, don't forget that there is still time to enter to win free books in honor of my book launch. There's no purchase necessary to win, you can enter just by sharing about the launch page at:

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