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Rachel ThompsonDo you ever feel overwhelmed by how to market your book? How to gain the most benefit from social media? Rachel Thompson was there once, too. Rachel takes her 17+ years of sales, marketing, and training in Big Pharma combined with her bestselling books (A Walk In The Snark, Mancode: Exposed, and her latest award-winning release, Broken Pieces) to help authors sell more books! Rachel learned what works and what doesn't. She can help you figure out the maze of social media, simplify it, and make it work for you.


Rachel's specialties include:
  • Social Media (Twitter is her specialty; also Facebook, LinkedIn, and Visual Media: YouTube, Instagram, Pinterest)
  • of course, Blogging Basics
  • Branding
  • Marketing and Engagement strategy
  • Amazon
  • Author platform development
Rachel keeps her rates simple: $175/hour.* Minimum: two hours. She finds she can’t do much without two hours together with the author. Rates non-negotiable (15% military discount available however). Rachel takes PayPal exclusively. Please contact Rachel here or email her at BadRedheadMedia(at) gmail(dot)com to discuss your needs. If Rachel is not the right person for you, she know lots of terrific people who are amazingly smart and talented. She’ll happily refer you.
Check out packages and services here.

References happily provided upon request.

*Please note: Rachel Thompson is NOT a reviewer. However, she suggest you check out the Book Bloggers List or Kate Tilton's Book Bloggers.

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The Twitter Secret by guest @DanaLeipold

Today please help me welcome author and writing coach Dana Leipold to the blog as she shares her secret to Twitter success.  My real life friends often ask me, “Why do you do that Twitter thing? I don’t get it.” At first, I didn’t get it either but now I see the power Twitter has […]

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To Build or Not to Build by guest Daryl Rothman (@drothmanwrites)

Please welcome my fellow Booktrope author and speaker Daryl Rothman to the blog as he shares about why authors should build their writer platform.  I hear it less frequently, but I still hear it: I don’t need to mess with any of that stuff—that’s an agent’s job. Let me just write. The “stuff” in question […]

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BREAKING NEWS Amazon and Booktrope Announce A New Business Relationship

BREAKING NEWS: Booktrope announces a new business relationship beginning with a mutual licensing deal that deepens ties with Amazon.com to a much more significant degree. Booktrope is a Seattle startup that says it’s reinventing publishing by providing efficient, online services to creative teams – authors, editors, designers and others involved in producing books — in […]

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