The number-one reason people buy books is because they’re recommended by family or friends. Publishers know the market is out there, which is why publishers keep throwing the dice on spec-fic. Publisher’s traditional shotgun marketing isn’t hitting the target market.
Christian genre fans gave-up on Christian bookstore shelves. Shotgun marketing aims inside the box, and our readership isn’t in the box. Nobody home. According to the 80-20 rule of marketing, 80% of sales comes from 20% of efforts. The trick is identifying and focusing on that 20%.
The site includes forums, a Yahoo group, and a blog. If you’re interested in the genre, check out this group! And here’s what other bloggers are saying:
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