Workshop: Brand-Building For Authors 10/20/2020 – 10/20/2020

Brand-Building For Authors

Instructor Name Laurie Cooper
Workshop Start Date 10/20/2020
Workshop End Date 10/20/2020
Workshop Hosted By Laurie Cooper, Pub-Craft: Marketing For Books & Brands
About the Workshop After speaking at RWA’s 2020 virtual conference (Top 10 Checklist for a Successful Promo Push), The Pub-Craft Team continued to receive lots of DMs and emails asking about author branding and brand development. (Thank you!) We’ve created an online workshop on the subject, and are excited to bring you this branding webinar so that you can get your questions answered! Including:

– What is a brand?

– How do I build one?

– How will it help me?

– Why should I/How do I keep my branding consistent?

You can now register for our Brand-Building for Authors Webinar and for only $15, receive the replay and workbook complete with exercises to help you build and define your brand! A special thank you goes out to the authors who helped me choose this initial pricing. The Pub-Craft team loves providing affordable virtual assistance and insight that can enable you to achieve your goals, no matter where you are in your author journey.

Please join me LIVE if you can on October 20th, at 6pm EST, or watch the replay at your own pace and ask your questions in our private #AskPubCraft FB group. ❤ I’m always happy to help.

Click the link to register:

Workshop Platform WebinarJam
Workshop Cost $15 USD
Registration Link

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