Please Note: Online Discovery services are only available to authors who purchased Author Website Setup after October 2012.
Does your website need an extra promotional boost? The Online Discovery Conventional service is designed to get Web users with interests matching your book to discover your website through StumbleUpon’s Paid Discovery service and Google AdWords search engine marketing.
Using StumbleUpon, iUniverse will promote your website to up to 25 million people across the globe. Aptly named, StumbleUpon lets Web users, whose interests match that of your book, “stumble” onto your site through a simple click of a button. Target your niche market by choosing from over 500 specific interest categories in addition to standard demographics such as age and gender.*
Google AdWords search engine marketing targets millions of Google users and drives visitors to your website where they can read more about your book. By strategically placing your website ad on the Google search results page, you can increase your online presence and reach — all through people simply searching for words associated with your book.
Lastly, the service includes real-time tracking of your website traffic using Jetpack, from the makers of WordPress. Access analytics from your own Web account, and get meaningful information to guide your future promotions.
What you get:
- 250 guaranteed “stumbles” from StumbleUpon*
- 250 guaranteed clicks from Google AdWords search engine marketing campaign plus up to 10 keywords**
- Analytics setup
- Up to 10 GB of excess bandwidth per month when you use your existing iUniverse-designed website as a landing page
More About | Online Discovery Conventional (250)
Contact your iUniverse marketing consultant at 1-800-AUTHORS (288-4677) to learn more or purchase this service.
* Campaign duration may extend until all guaranteed “stumbles” are met.
** Program will deliver clicks to the site of your choice during a period of 1-90 days.
*** This service is available to authors who purchased the Web Design service after October 2012.