080: Ray Brehm – How to Build an Audience for Your Book

by | Nov 15, 2021 | Podcast

For every author who wants to sell books, one of the most important things to focus on is growing your audience and building your author platform.  There are many ways to do this, yet one of the fastest and most fun ways to build your audience is by hosting a Virtual Summit related to the topic of your book.   This is a strategy I’ve personally used since 2006 to build my audience.  So, on today’s episode, I’ve invited my friend and Virtual Summit Expert, Ray Brehm, to the show.  He’s the “go-to” guy for helping authors host successful summits and build their audience for their book!  

Tune in and listen to Christine and Ray Brehm discuss:

  • How to utilize Virtual Summits and online influencers to help build the audience for your book..
  • How Virtual Summits create communities that will be hungry for your work…
  • Numbers, examples, and proven practices for successful summit…
  • And so much more! 

About Ray Brehm:
Ray Brehm is a USA Today and Wall Street Journal Bestselling Author, and a Virtual Summit Expert. He helps authors build audiences, connect with influencers and increase their income via virtual summits.

Connect with Ray Brehm:
Website

Connect with Christine Kloser:
Website: www.ChristineKloser.com
Author Quiz: www.AuthorQuiz.com
Facebook: Transformational Author Community
Publishing: www.CapuciaPublishing.com
Email: support@christinekloser.com

About the Author

Christine Kloser

Since 2004, Christine Kloser has trained nearly 70,000 entrepreneurs, leaders and authors to write their transformational books through her popular programs, Get Your Book Done®, the Transformational Author Experience®, Breakthrough LIVE, and the My Time to Write® mentorship program. She is well recognized as the leader of the transformational author movement, and is gifted at helping her clients feel seen, heard, valued and understood in ways that transform their lives, books and businesses. 

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