Learn Where Your Readers Are Coming From

Simply by sharing your Pronoun book page

We know that marketing your book online can sometimes feel like shouting into the void. You can try everything — Facebook, Twitter, blog posts, email newsletters, and more — and still wonder, which of these are actually working for me and my book?

So, starting this week, we’re making it dead simple for Pronoun authors to find out:
– How many potential readers saw your book each week?
– How many of them came from Facebook, Twitter, Google, and any other website?
– What regions do they live in?

You can get these answers and more simply by sharing your Pronoun book page on Facebook, Twitter, or anywhere else you promote your books online.

After you start linking to your book page in your marketing activities, Pronoun will track visitors to your page, where they come from, and if they continue on to retailer sites to buy your book. We’ll email you a summary of the previous week’s visits every Monday.

We know not every author is an expert online marketer, but with the right information we hope you’ll gain more insight into what online activities are working best for you, and where to focus your efforts next. Book pages are just one way we’re making that happen.

Want your own book page? Sign up on Pronoun to publish your book for free, and preview some favorites from Seventh Inning Heat, Helix: Episode 2, and Chances Are.


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