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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.

From the Blog

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How to Engage Readers on Pinterest by @K8Tilton

Today I am pleased to answer writer Camela Cami Thompson‘s question “How the heck do I use Pinterest in an engaging and relevant way?” For those of you who don’t know, Pinterest is a visual social media platform. This means all the content you share on Pinterest will be image heavy. So how can authors use Pinterest […]

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How Can I Get Comments on My Blog?

In my continuing series where I answer questions asked by YOU (in this case, this question comes from writer MJ Kelley), staff writer Naomi Blackburn takes on ‘How can blog posts incite reader comments?’ Thanks MJ for a fab question! Here you go…. When I first started writing guest posts, I was often disappointed if I didn’t get any […]

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The Publishing Plan by guest Jessica West (@West1Jess)

Please welcome back author and editor Jessica West to the blog today as she shares about the publishing process and how authors should plan for it. I read a great many articles about outlining a book versus flying by the seat of your pants, and they all make some great points, no matter which side […]

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