Tuesday 5 March 2024 @ 10:00 AEDT
BookData will be hosting opportunity for small publishers, literary agents, authors and those curious about the Australian Book Market to learn more about how our services fit within the book supply chain.
Register your interest by emailing InfoBookScanAus@nielseniq.com
Nielsen BookData also offers SPN members generous discounts when subscribing to BookScan or purchasing Book2Look widgets.
See below for details:
A Nielsen BookData Research and Promote Pack, A Book2Look buy 2 get one free offer and our BookScan offer for SPN Members.
A Research and Promote pack gives you 12 weeks of title tracking as well as your title’s rank in the Australian Book Market.
Nielsen BookScan Title Tracking allows you to see your title’s sales in the Australian Book Market, as purchased by consumers via BookScan’s panel of participating retailers. This report is updated on a weekly basis allowing you to keep on top of your sales and make strategic marketing and reprint decisions. The data is emailed to you directly to you every Thursday, over the course of 12 weeks. Each weekly report includes:
- sales of your title in the Australian Book Market that week (sell through to customers)
- your title’s rank in the Australian Book Market and rank within their category that week
- the average price consumers paid for your book that week
Promote your book and track your marketing campaigns and click through rates with Book2Look.
Want to help promote your book?
Then draw attention with a Book2Look widget.
Click on the image below to see a widget for Barefoot Kids by Scott Pape (HarperCollins)
Nielsen Book2Look is a digital marketing tool that enables a book’s promotional material to be shared virally. Each Book2Look widget is a streamlined presentation of a books with readable chapter samples, metadata, reviews, trailers and links to preferred retailers. Every account comes with extensive tools to help you track your customers’ activity.
For details on how to access these offers until 31 December 2002, click below
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