The IBPA member benefit
PR by the Book typically works on a monthly retainer with individuals and publishers on a 4+ month publicity campaign ($3,000 - $5,000 month). Effective on signing a contract with them, IBPA members will receive a 10% discount on their publicity package.
For more information, please visit PR by the Book's Welcome Brochure which details all of their services. (To fully experience the Welcome Brochure, please download it and view it through your PDF viewer so you can click through all the interactive links.)
PR by the Book also offers social media services, such as the Social Media Makeover and hourly consulting services to discuss publicity-related topics and strategy ($150/hr).
In addition, PR by the Book has a specific division which handles publicity and promotion for the Christian publishing industry called SERVE Literary; www.serveliterary.com.
ALREADY AN IBPA MEMBER? Great! Simply log into the "members only" area of the IBPA website to download a current copy of the IBPA Membership Benefits Handbook containing all the information you need to take advantage of each IBPA member benefit.
About PR by the Book
PR by the Book specializes in taking stories to the media, and getting readers buzzing. From start to finish, PR by the Book helps turn books and literary talent into news, utilizing both traditional and social media. Their publicity campaigns are available both long-term (6+ months) and short-term (2-4 months), and in addition to media outreach, they offer media training, publicity consulting services, social media set up and maintenance, book tour scheduling and speaking engagement outreach.
Because they attract the best publicity talent, their clients know they are a proven-commodity. Their team has placed authors on national television (CNN American Morning, CNN Nancy Grace, FOX “Fox and Friends,” CBS’ “Dr. Phil,” and more), top-read news dailies (USA Today, New York Times, Wall Street Journal), nationally-syndicated radio (“Oprah and Friends Radio,” Martha Stewart Radio, NPR), the most-trafficked sites (Beliefnet.com, iVillage.com, NYPost.com), and national magazines (Real Simple, Shape, FIRST For Women, Woman’s Day, Women’s World, Psychology Today, Ladies Home Journal, etc.).
About the Independent Book Publishers Association
IBPA's mission is to lead and serve the independent publishing community through advocacy, education, and tools for success. IBPA's vision is a world where every independent publisher has the tools and knowledge needed to professionally engage in all aspects of the publishing industry.