A few months ago, this company contacted me and said they wanted to promote my books.
They had a service, that would let you run “giveaway” events for your books, so you could promote them on their site.
In exchange, they would give you the zip code, and email address of everyone who downloads your book.
Pretty slick right?
For some crazy reason, I DECLINED their offer, and being the schizoid that I am, I deleted their email, and lost them, forever.
(I have this nasty habit of deleting emails religiously like clockwork. It’s something that has caused undue stress time and time again, but I’ll probably continue to do it, because I’m a total madman).
Anyway, I was ticked because I lost contact with the site. It was a genius idea, and I lost the contact.
So… The last few nights I’ve been going crazy trying to find them!
I emailed 50+ book gurus asking around, and searched on Google for 72 hours searching high and low.
Finally, after emailing everyone on the planet and asking around, I finally got a reply from someone who knew what service I was talking about! They were the only ones who didn’t think I was a total nutcase. Eureka! You rock!
Anyway, the service is called NoiseTrade, and if you’re an author, and want to build your list, check it out.
I’m not affiliated with them in any way, and just thought I would share it, since I feared that I would lose it forever lol.
Anyway, I also have something really cool for you, if you’re a fiction author.
It’s a list of 10 awesome lead magnet ideas that you can use to grow your list of your fiction readers.
These aren’t the typical “boring” lead magnet ideas, these are explosive, and will help you to build rapport, authority and prestige.
In fact, it will build rapport, authority, and the popularity of your characters, settings, plots, and story.
All of this, while forcing your readers to become emotionally invested in your future book launches.
All the while being totally ethical, cool, and of course, growing your fiction list like crazy.
Talk later, and have an awesome day! You’ve got this!
Mike “Peddling Fiction” DeVincent