Posted by: nancyisanders | February 3, 2012

Internet Marketing: Teacher’s Guide

Another great perk to add to the website of your book, especially if it’s a book for children, is to include a page for teachers and librarians. And on this page, including a free downloadable teacher’s guide is a huge plus for potential sales.

For one of my books, the publisher had a teacher’s guide created. Here’s where you can see what that looks like:

D is for Drinking Gourd

(Scroll down to the bottom of that page and click on the link.) You can also see the other tidbits I offer for teachers and librarians on that page.

For another one of my books, I created my own free teacher’s guide. Here’s where you can see what that looks like:

America’s Black Founders

And to see the newest teacher guide, I’m creating, visit the site of my newest book:

Frederick Douglass for Kids


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