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Booktrope’s cofounders are establishing a team-based approach to publishing and marketing new books.
Why are we marketing books like we market toothpaste? That was the question that prompted Katherine Sears to start the small Seattle publishing company Booktrope. “Display is how people still market books for the most part,” Sears said. “I buy every book on Amazon. (A book) is content, material, a website. It’s not a tube of toothpaste.”
Riversong, a women’s fiction title by first-time author Tess Thomspon, is a bona fide bestseller for publisher, Booktrope, having sold about 90,000 copies to date.
Bucking decades of convention, Amazon began offering its authors monthly royalty payments as opposed to twice annually as has been the tradition in the publishing industry. Now, a small Seattle publisher, Booktrope, is following Amazon’s lead. Will other publishers do the same?
We’re back for another episode of The Elevator Pitch, the show where entrepreneurs pitch their business plans in the 43 seconds it takes to ride to the top of Seattle’s iconic Space Needle. In this episode, we hear from Katherine Sears of Booktrope, a Seattle startup that’s attempting to transform the way authors publish books.
Booktrope tied for first!