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Marc Batko

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Can someone help in marketing?
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I’m in a great euphoria with two books available from Amazon Kindle in 72 hours. You can order the two ebooks “Philosophical Reflections on the Economic Crisis” ($3.99) and “Alternative Economics: Reversing Stagnation” ($3.99) from amazon.com and the paperback “Alternative Economics: Reversing Stagnation” ($8.95). You can download their free app for reading Kindle eBooks!

Then you can tell me if they are readable or just gibberish. People can meet great writers like Mohssen Massarrat, Sven Giegold, Michael Schwendinger, Ulrike Herrmann, Ernst Wolf, Tomasz Konicz and Karl Zinn. Enjoy the feast!

Mainstream trickle-down economics is helpless in reversing exploding inequality or precarious work. Swiss, Austrian, Polish and German critical economists could help us find a future-friendly economics with reduced working hours and respect for nature. This is the time for alternative economics! Unlike a chair, an idea can be shared by a whole people!

There is an incredible appendix “Myths of the Economy” describing 29 state myths, labor myths, business myths and social myths. The state isn’t a German housewife and isn’t a business but can contract debts for future generations. What is rational from a micro-economic perspective (e.g. competition) can be irrational from a macro- perspective (since all countries fall to mass unemployment if they try to be super-competitive).
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Re: Can someone help in marketing?
Posted: Oct 3, 2017 6:45 PM   in response to: Marc Batko in response to: Marc Batko
 
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I hope you realize that these forums are not the place to try to sell your books.

Identify your market audience and work out a sales plan. There is no magic key to marketing, because every book is different. Read through the forums for the many many threads on promotion and marketing.

Be aware, however, that the best-sellers on KDP are genre fiction. Non-fiction only sells well if you are a recognized expert in the field.
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