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Spring Thaw Heats up Book Advertising!
3/30/2009 9:17:00 PM
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Books In Sync offers quality professional service at affordable prices. Now for the month of April BIS offers even lower prices during the "Spring Thaw" promotion!
In these tough economic times affordable book promotion is more important than ever as advertising dollars are fewer and need is great. Theodocia McLean at Books In Sync will build you a professional book ad page. The page will be searchable in all engines and will be live for one year. The page will feature up to 12 of your books and covers, book trailer, bio and much more. The regular annual price for this quality service is $39.95.
Now during the “Spring Thaw” it is offered at an ultra-low $29.95. Visit http://www.booksinsync.com
for this and many more promotional services at very affordable rates.
E-mail me at http://www.wrpotter.booksinsync.com
to save an additional $5.00!
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