Thursday, May 28, 2009

RankTracer.com: Tracking promotional results

RankTracer.com is looking to start building a repository of information on the effectiveness of various marketing, advertising, and review services. They do this by tracking the hourly sales rank of a book or books before, during, and after a promotion (blog review, press release, etc.).

They are looking for published authors who are planning some form of bookpromotion. They will provide complimentary subscriptions for a month or so to anyone who wants to see the effect of a given initiative.

If you are interested in this free test, email staff@ranktracer.com.
For more information (they also have Amazon tracking widgets), check out: <http://www.ranktracer.com/.>

(Per John Kremer)
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4 comments:

The Practical Preserver said...

Interesting idea. It will be good to see some hard data on how all these marketing efforts actually perform.

Alexis Grant said...

This is really cool... Perfect for some of the folks in our blog class.

Elle Parker said...

Ooo....that sounds like it could be an interesting deal - I'm going to have to check that out. Thanks for the info!

Elle Parker
http://elleparkerbooks.blogspot.com/

K. A. Laity said...

Interesting -- will have to check out. All kinds of new services for promotion are developing. I think it may be worth paying for some of them as PR takes way too much time!