What would you say if I told you there could be a slight possibility somebody else might pay for your book to be published? Would that make you feel a little bit happier because you might not have to pay for all the other costs that are involved with self publishing?
Self publishing your book on your own can be expensive due to the other services which are involved within the self publishing process such as copy-editing, proof-reading, layout design and typesetting, not to mention all the marketing and promotion involved.
OK, so you're probably asking yourself, how on earth do you get somebody else to pay for your self publishing? Well…
Product placement, yep that's right, product placement. Product placement is not a new idea, as it has been used for years in movies and television shows by major corporations such as Coca-Cola and Pepsi. Product placement allows the advertiser to advertise, his or her product/service in your material for a set fee.
If the book you are self publishing caters to a specific market or need, then you may be in for a chance of someone wanting to place their product or service in your book as it can be a low-risk and affordable option of leveraging what they have on offer.
To find someone that may be interested in placing their product or service in your book, get yourself on Google and start searching for businesses with products or services that relate to your books genre, once you have found some, contact them individually telling them about your books benefits and asking them if they are interested in doing a product placement deal.
If your lucky enough to find someone, make sure the amount of cash you ask for covers the cost of self publishing and book printing.
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