How and Why to Rebrand Your Books for Increased Sales – by J. P. (Jo-Anne) McLean…


How and Why to REBRAND your BOOK

Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog

on Writer CEO:

Rebranding is the process of changing the public’s view of a brand’s image.

There are any number of reasons why a company would rebrand. They may want to position themselves to better compete with a rival. How many of you remember “Jerry’s Guide to the World Wide Web?” Not many, I suspect, but you’ll know them by their new brand: Yahoo.

Maybe they want to step away from their perceived poor reputation. Comcast did so when it rebranded to Xfinity. Perhaps they want to update their image. Old Spice comes to mind, as does Pepsi.

Writers also have reasons to rebrand, whether they’re focusing on themselves or their books. A children’s author might want to differentiate her author brand for a hot romance she’s written. Likewise, a thriller author may need to establish a different brand to suit his non-fiction how-to guides.

Sometimes it’s the book itself…

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