So you think you want to do a podio-book? Where do you start? What do you need? Once you have a book out there how do you market it so people know it is there? We are pleased to bring the experience and expertise of Podiobooks.com authors to you in a quick play list that is ever growing.

Here is your first tip from Podioracket.com: Listen to a few podiobooks.com titles before you begin recording your story. You will learn what you like and don’t like in recorded novels. You will have more fun with your project and create something better if you do what you like. Lets face it, this is a labor of love. If you enjoy what you are doing it will simply be better for everyone. Creating a audio version of your story is a big job and well worth every hour, week, and month you spend on this project.

If you’re an experienced podcasters consider giving us your tips to add to the player.

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Along with interviews and debuts, we also like to keep in touch with the experienced podcaster, completed novelist, or knowledgeable listener for tips, tricks, and observations that can make the listening experience its very best.

 

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Promotional Materials

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We used www.Zazzle.com for wearable gear. It’s very easy if you have a good image. Check out Podioracket’s store. Zazzle automatically sets up a store, they’re linkable through Facebook, it’s print on demand, and the quality of the print job was quite good. Be warned, sizes run small, though.

For bookmarks and business cards it’s http://www.overnightprints.com/. But don’t pay full price for anything; they send out lots of offers and coupons. Also, definitely get them coated (free but you have to select that option). Their 100o 2-sided thick card stock gloss-finish are well worth the price. Hand them out everywhere! 2-sided business cards are premo too! Put your cover on the one side and your website and links on the back.

Use www.vistaprints.com for posters. If you buy in quantity they are inexpensive and totally loved.

These dogtags come recommended by Emerian Rich. She also has a page on making your own promotional pens.

And if you need help with images Lone Wolf Sage Co. is starting a sideline helping. He’s very good and has helped several authors with their covers and materials in different layouts for the various formats (poster, business card, bookmark etc. . .).

What does it hurt to spend 50 bucks on something that will get your name out there? This is one cheap form of advertising.

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