Claudia Pace April 21, 2020 Endorsement Letter
3. "What Others Are Saying" Page. Collect your endorsements and reviews on a single page and then include it in your media kit. Positive endorsements increase your press policy.
7. Email Signature. Endorsements included with a hyperlink to your site draw interest and attention to your email signature. 8. Advertising. Include endorsement quote or 2 in print and advertising. 9. Query Letters. Include an endorsement or two in query letters if editors on stories linked to a book.
6. . Include callout boxes or sidebars on web site contain your acceptance quotes. Boxes add interest to your website. Your visitors will view these as testimonials from adding a level of trust.
5. Tip Sheets: Create a hint sheet to include in your media kit and as a hand out. Hint sheets, some times referred to as a"onepage," include four elements: About the Book, About the Author, Statistics, and Order Information. A box or sidebar with a blurb on your is a superb addition.