Lock This Marketing Tool
With last night's teleseminar with Sally Stuart, we had more than 200 writers send in questions. I had a wealth of material to cover in the session. If you missed it, you can still catch it at http://www.asksallystuart.com/ This teleseminar is in "replay" mode. When you sign up or ask a question, instead of going to the confirmation page with the information about calling in or listening to it on your computer, you will be taken to the "replay" page. You can instantly download the complete and edited recording or listen to just parts of it online. Plus you can download the free chapter on marketing from Sally Stuart's Guide to Getting Published.
If you go to the replay page, you will notice a large button at the bottom saying, "Order your copy of the 2008 Christian Writers' Market Guide." The button takes you to Sally Stuart's website. For years, Sally has offered writers the opportunity to "lock in" the price of the market guide and receive it automatically each year. She mentioned that some writers have dropped this service. If you order immediately, Sally is putting writers in less expensive categories of $24.99 and $29.99 a year. You can lock in this price for the years ahead and you can guarantee that the price of this guide is not getting any cheaper. Here's the critical bit of information which Sally gave us last night -- why you need one each year. She said about 90% of the entries have some change. That's why. You do not make the right impression when you submit your material with the wrong editor's name or wrong material for the publication or publisher. Instead you waste valuable time and energy.
Each year, Sally Stuart teaches at about five to seven different writer's conferences. If you've never heard her teaching, you can get her insight free through this teleseminar. Also make a regular habit of reading Sally's blog to catch the latest details.
Don't hesitate to go over to the teleseminar website and download this information to your computer or iPod. There might be some nugget of information or encouragement that will propel your writing career to the next level.