On this subject, I’m totally clueless.
There I said it. They say the first step to recovery is admitting you have a problem. Well, I don’t know about you, but this is a problem for me.
I’ve never been good at the sell!
One thing I’ve learned through this process. Targeting an audience begins with the title of your book. This is something I didn’t realize until now.
I’ve now discovered the audience for my upcoming book is preschoolers. That means my target audience is their parents or grandparents. Right? Because preschoolers can’t order books on Amazon at least not without a little help.
So, what’s next? I can’t lurk in the parking lot at Tiny Tot’s Preschool as parents drop off their kids. That might get me a lot of publicity but not exactly the type I need.
Step 1- my target audience:
- Moms, Dads, and Grandparents
- Little girls with big imaginations
- Ages 1-5
Step 2 – where they hang out:
- Online publications
- Local Libary
Y’all have any suggestions?
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