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How To Plan A Virtual Book Tour

Posted at 7:21AM Tuesday 10 Jun 2014

The days of the all-expenses-paid, nationwide book tour are a thing of the past. Today, smart indie authors can maximize their publicity with a well-planned virtual tour of the blogosphere. Whether an author chooses to hire a publicity professional to book a tour, or decides to go it alone, a virtual book tour is increasingly an important part of the publication process.

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