The theme of today's post is the most talked-about issue in the bookstagram community: "Virtual Book Tour." What is a Virtual Tour, and how does it work? What is the mechanism behind it? Is it advantageous? What are the requirements for a book tour? and so on. So I decided to write this blog article to assist our immerging writers who are intrigued by the concept of a "Virtual Book Tour," but are also hesitant.
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What is a virtual book tour, and how does it work?
A virtual book tour, often known as a blog tour, involves arranging for several bloggers to review your upcoming book (and/or conduct author interviews) during a period that corresponds to your title's release date. As the name indicates, it's the internet version of a traditional in-person book tour.
A blog tour's purpose is to push your book into the spotlight and generate buzz. That interest should translate into sales, but only if you use other promotional techniques like freebies, well-placed author interviews, and, of course, publicizing your blog tour on Twitter, Facebook, and your blog page to capitalize on it. Building an audience takes time, work, and planning. A blog tour is just one part of a larger marketing campaign.
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