Promotional products of the
Rocky Mountain Writer's Summit™
Promotional Products are something that most authors buy at one time or another to help them promote their book.
Promotional items can include pens, key chains, business cards, bookmarks, post cards, coffee cups, banners, and a wide variety of other fun and useful items to promote a book.
Questions / Considerations
- Which promotional items do I need when?
- Do I need to be consistent in all my touchpoints?
- What is a touchpoint?
- What is the secret reason for handing out two bookmarks at a time?
- Do I place 'author contact information' or 'the book title' on these items?
- How many items do I typically want to promote on one type of promotional item?
We are sure you'll have many more relevant questions for the Promotional Items suppliers of the Rocky Mountain Writer's Summit™.
If you have a question you would like a promotional items expert to answer, please go to the 'Contact us' page and send it in. We will do our best to get it answered for you.
These promotional products provider have shown high quality, high integrity of service to authors involved with the Rocky Mountain Writer's Summit and they are the recommended promotional product provider for the Rocky Mountain Writer's Summit™.
- Print Connection
specializes in promotional products
8006 E. Arapahoe Rd. Suite 120
Centennial, CO 80112
- Adam Craig
Logo's and Branding
If you are a promotional product provider that serves the Rocky Mountain region and you would like to get involved with the Rocky Mountain Writer's Summit™ please fill out the following form:
Writer's Summit Tip #16:
Make sure your editor is good at pointing out ambiguities in your text.
For example, "Tom, Dick and Harry went into the store. He bought a book."
Which "HE" is being referred to? This points out one of the many reasons authors can not edit their own books. Authors are just too familiar with the story line and have trouble seeing flaws like this. The author knows which 'HE' because he wrote him there. The reader, however, may not share the exact vision and needs some clarification.
Writer's Summit Tip #27:
List your book with Amazon.com's advantage program as soon as you are certain about your release date.
Amazon.com will handle your pre orders for you!
Amazon.com has great tools that you need to take advantage of like their author pages, "search inside the book", listmania, search tags and amapedia. All of these programs will drive traffic to your book on amazon.com.