NOTE: New Books That Click insertions are temporarily on hold.
The next issue of African American Books That Click will also be distributed at The National Book Club Conference in Atlanta, GA and The Harlem Book Fair in Harlem, NY (the largest book fair dedicated to Black books in the world). Take advantage of these annual events to further increase your book's exposure.
The deadline for inclusion in the Summer issue is June 30th 2006. Payment, digital image, and book description due by must be provided by this date, See payment details below.
For more information please call 212-289-6356 to or email email@example.com.
Cover all the bases and combine your AALBC.com online promotion with the powerful African American Books That Click (AABTC) brochure.
African American Books That Click is the first and only full-color, direct-to-consumer catalog to target African American readers where they are � in places like churches, hair salons and local neighborhoods. This quarterly catalog effectively promotes African-American authors and black-interest books at the grassroots level, unlike other book advertising vehicles on the market.
Why should you advertise in African American Books That Click?
Simply put: it works. This catalog � and the way it�s distributed � is smarter and more targeted. Each catalog generates 250,000 impressions (50,000 copied are printed and distributed), so you get a high return on your investment: increased book sales, greater visibility, and heightened name recognition for the author.
Our guarantee: African American Books That Click offers large and small publishers, independent presses, and individual authors the opportunity to reach the African-American demographic through non-traditional channels. African American Books That Click is circulated to booksellers, major chains, popular book events and acquisition librarians. Our mission is to offer a unique advertising medium that goes beyond the professional bookselling universe.
Each issue of African American Books That Click is also circulated to:
|African American churches|
|African American trade shows and conventions|
|Historically black colleges|
|Black bookstores & retailer|
A copy of African American Books That Click is included in every AALBC.com mailing.
All African American Books That Click Advertisers will appear in the AALBC.com
When you advertise in African American Books That Click, you get a leg up on your competitors. This is �urban guerilla marketing� at its best. In fact, this approach is the optimal way to create buzz about a book or author, build street credibility, and foster word of mouth throughout the African American community.
We recognize that there is no one category of literature that appeals exclusively to all African-American readers. Therefore, African American Books That Click spotlights a variety of fiction and non-fiction titles to satisfy the growing African-American reading audience. Publishers and authors can also use the catalog to effectively promote new releases and backlist titles.
Each edition of African American Books That Click is designed to ensure
prominent display opportunity and ample description of every featured selection.
The books highlighted in the catalog range from street/urban novels, to
historical fiction, to business titles, religious texts and more.
Description of Brochure
African American Books That Click is an attractive 17 X 11 tri-fold glossy brochure.
of 1/6 Page Insertion Circled (Approx 2" X 5.0" in size)
Self Published Authors
Front Cover (6' high book image up to 150 word of text) - $999
Publishers Call for Pricing
Multi-book discounts available
How Do I Get Into the African American Books That Click Issue?
Just two easy steps!
The format of the listing is shown below please email all of
the following information
� Book Cover (most file formats are supported, or we can pull image from your website or amazon)
� Book Title
� Author's Name
� Book Synopsis (50 words or less)
� Publisher Name
Sample 1/6 Page Listing
Sample Front Page Listing (5.75" X 11")
(above samples are not actual size)
AALBC.com Author Profiles