PORTLAND, Ore., Feb. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- eBook publisher BookBaby has added Goodreads and NoiseTrade to its popular BookPromo™ marketing and PR package. BookPromo™ is a free suite of powerful marketing products and services available to all BookBaby authors, giving them important tools provided by leading publishing industry partners to promote their books with guaranteed book reviews, press release exposure and many other marketing services and discounts.
Now with the inclusion of Goodreads and NoiseTrade, BookPromo™ makes it even easier for self-published authors to promote their books and build a loyal readership base.
Through BookPromo™, BookBaby authors will have their books added to the Goodreads database, the world's largest site for readers and book recommendations.
"Goodreads is an essential site for all authors to use when promoting their books," said Steven Spatz, BookBaby CMO. "Over 25 million readers use Goodreads, and all our BookBaby authors will automatically be listed on the site, where readers can link to bookstores to purchase, write reviews, and share with their friends on social media."
BookBaby has partnered with NoiseTrade, which allows authors to give away their content for free in exchange for readers' email addresses.
"Online stores like Amazon and iBookstore are an important part of building your platform and earning an income," said Spatz, "but they don't provide you with direct customer connections. NoiseTrade gives authors a spreadsheet of email addresses and postal codes of everyone who downloads your eBook, which is an invaluable resource for independent authors."
Distributing eBooks in over 185 countries through 10 online retail stores, including Amazon, Apple, Barnes & Noble and more, BookBaby offers a full array of services including eBook formatting, cover design, promotional tools, and distribution, as well as short run book printing. BookBaby is the sister company of online music powerhouse CD Baby. Headquartered in Portland, Oregon, CD Baby is the world's largest online distributor of independent music. Since 1999 the company has helped almost a million indie musicians sell their music, paying over $300 million back to artists in the process. In launching BookBaby in early 2011, the company is taking those same services and powerful resources to the digital publishing world to help independent authors and publishers accomplish their goals.
For more information please contact:
Media Contact: Steven Spatz, BookBaby, 215-519-4570, firstname.lastname@example.org
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