• Street Team Creation / Management
We will create a Facebook group or webpage for readers, bloggers, reviewers to join and promote the author and their books.
Will can also manage that page by suggesting members, assigning weekly missions, mailing promo for distribution*, ect.
What is a Street Team?
A street team is a group of fans who band together to support and promote an author and his/her books. ‘Street Teams’ are a group of existing fans that reach out to other, potential readers, by sharing their love of the author’s work by word of mouth and promotional material, a.k.a. swag. They also help improve sales in smaller, hard to reach areas worldwide. Street teams are a fun was to allow authors to direct their fans in individual ways that will help promote their books while also providing a way to give back to fans for their loyalty and support.
• Organizing / Management of Book Promotions (including Blog Tours, Contests/Giveaways, etc)
- Blog Tours
We will organize and manage multiple stop blog tours for varied lengths (Day, Week, Month) that include interviews, guest posts, book spotlights and giveaways. We can also organize for reviews.*
- Media Kits
We will create a media kit for your book or series that includes the book/series information, blurb, cover, buy links, excerpts (if applicable), author bio, author picture and social links.
- Promotional and Giveaway Management *
We will contact, package and mail winner prizes and promotional items in a timely manner.
*Postage and mailing supplies additional cost
*Author’s Taproom is not responsible for missed tour stops. After the tour is scheduled and materials have been sent out, it is the responsibility of the participating Blogger to post the materials on their designated day. In the event that a blogger does miss a post, we do follow up with the tour host via email requesting they post ASAP. Often it is just a matter of scheduling or a personal delay, but unfortunately there are times when we do not receive a reply from the blogger and the post ultimately is not put up. Steps are taken to prevent this, however, we must re-iterate, finally responsibility falls to the participating blogger.