Spring is a time when we often find ourselves with energetic bursts of creativity and planning, and that’s no exception for us here at NetGalley. We are deep in the throes of helping publishers upload new titles and plan promotions, not to mention gearing up for some exciting conferences on the horizon! We hope to see some of you at these events in March:
Book Blogger’s Online Conference, Paco Media Group
12:30 pm EST
NetGalley Community Concierge Kristina Radke will be discussing how NetGalley works and how to effectively use the site as a professional reader. This is the third annual Online Conference to help advance communication between Book Bloggers, Publishers, and Authors.
NBCC General Membership Meeting, National Book Critics Circle
10:00 am EST
Eugene Lang Center, New School
55 W. 13th Street, New York
NetGalley President Susan Ruszala will be participating in this panel along with Katie Freeman, Publicity Manager, Farrar Straus Giroux; Peter Miller, Publicity Director, Liveright (Norton); John Oakes, Publisher, OR Books; and Christian Purdy, Director of Publicity, Oxford University Press (USA)
IBPA Publishing University, Independent Book Publishers Association
Sheraton Fisherman’s Wharf Hotel
2500 Mason Street
San Francisco, California
NetGalley Digital Concierge Lindsey Rudnickas will be participating in two events:
Ask the Experts
2:00-2:45 pm PST
Your own private consultation with experts from all segments of publishing!
Getting Attention: Promoting Your Titles to Bloggers and Online Communities
3:15 – 4:30 pm PST
Shelfari, Goodreads, “mommy bloggers”—the list of online groups awaiting your book is huge and in this session, you’ll discover where to find them and how to reach them. You’ll walk away with strategies to spread the word about your book directly to your readers. Co-panelist is Joan Stewart of The Publicity Hound.
NetGalley for ECPA Members: Creative and Effective Strategies for Using Digital Galleys
ECPA Roundtable, NetGalley
1:00 pm EST
NetGalley is hosting this session for current clients.
Come join NetGalley for a roundtable discussion with other Christian publishers who are using digital galleys to reach communities of professional readers. NetGalley will present examples of how digital galleys have been incorporated into specific campaigns and provide an overview of key new features and programs. We’ll cover key reporting metrics and present updated stats on our community and activity. The session will feature ample time for discussion and questions, so that publishers can share ideas and suggestions for future development specific to the Christian publishing community.
This session is for current NetGalley clients only, but we’re always happy to provide an overview of the site and our partnership with the ECPA at any time. Please email email@example.com for more information.
Stay tuned for news of our participation at the big trade shows—first up, London Book Fair!