The Rebel Author Podcast

105 How to Market a Children’s Book with Karen Inglis

September 29, 2021

Episode Show Notes

In this episode we cover: 

  • Why you need to establish a local brand
  • Indie marketing methods that don’t work for children’s author
  • How to connect with schools
  • How to work with curriculums
  • Children’s marketing mistakes to avoid

This week’s question is: What unusual marketing methods have you tried that have worked?

Recommendation of the week is: Keepers

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How To Self-Publish and Market a Children’s Book 

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