NetGalley's Book Advocate Toolkit
by We Are Bookish
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Pub Date 08 Mar 2022 | Archive Date Not set
Are you ready to start your journey with NetGalley? Or maybe you’re a long-time member looking to take your book advocacy up a notch? No matter where your starting point is, this toolkit is designed to have everything you need to succeed.
From guidelines for creating your member Profile to tips for maintaining a strong Feedback Ratio, these pages are packed with advice for utilizing NetGalley to your advantage.
Once you have a few books on your Shelf, pop over to this toolkit’s review section to brush up on tips for crafting book reviews—even those tricky critical ones!
When you’re ready to share those reviews, this toolkit can help jumpstart your bookish social media platforms and offer suggestions for reviewing and creating content on social.
So what are you waiting for? Download the kit and get started.
How to Review This Kit:
The feedback you share will help us in the creation of future kits—just use the Give Feedback button to get started. Whether you’re reviewing this toolkit or a book, many of the same reviewing principles apply. In your review, discuss if your expectations were met—did the kit provide the resources you needed? Was there something you felt was missing? Highlight the elements that you enjoyed, as well as content that was less useful to you. Close your review with an idea of who you believe would benefit from downloading this kit.
A Note From the Publisher
Kit last updated: 3/8/2022
This is a living document created by We Are Bookish (NetGalley's editorial blog) that will be updated to reflect changes to features on NetGalley, social media platforms, and book advocacy strategies.