Have specific, measurable goals that you know can, be a benchmark and even monitor your progress rate. Now that you have decided to publish your book, you must already be aware of objectives and the vital role they play in a business venture.
Marketing Objectives —Objectives are the foundation of everything you plan for marketing your book. They describe what exactly you want your goal to be. No matter how long you have been in business, you must calculate every activity. All hard work and no credit leave the writer with disappointment. A perfectly aimed approach will bring success.
Why is it so important to lay objectives? Well, goals are crucial in raising awareness, making an engaging commitment about your books and finally comes – what you have been waiting for—Sales. You might have already laid your objectives for the book early during the writing process, as goals will affect everything, including the content, tone, design, and length. It will affect everything, including the content, tone, design, and length. The objectives will tell you about what steps you will take to sell your books and about your efficiency as an author. Your goals will be unique to you and your book writing.
Commitment about your books- Deciding–
– if you want to speak at libraries, organisational meeting or schools and events.
-if you are wanting to engage with readers by doing book readings
-If you’re going to build a community of loyal and savvy readers online.
Perception of the situation-
-Apprehend what you want to capture with your objectives. Is it about you- as an author / about the topic you are writing or both?
-Who should be more aware?
-Look out for what type of clients are going to be savvy readers of your book. It is essential to write- keeping clients in mind.
-How many books do you want and think you can sell on an average? Be realistic and truthful in your answer. Be mindful – don’t say three, but also don’t say three million.
-How to judge – what’s a realistic objective? It all depends on the style, on the marketing master plan, on your trade budget; and on whether you are a team or you’re marketing single.
-Explore other books sold in your category.
So, hit the nail right where it needs to be!!!