Category Archives for "Author Marketing"
In a stunning new report from Daniel McMahon of Business Insider, we finally have proof from Amazon what we’ve all known to be true… Book Reviews Matter! More Than Ever! In the article titled “We visited Amazon’s first neighborhood bookstore and saw how it could change the industry for good” it is clear that Amazon […]Continue reading
It’s pretty simple, you need to find actual Amazon reviewers who are ready, willing and able to review your book. So how do you do that? The easiest, and fastest way is to use the Author Marketing Club Amazon Reviewer Grabber Tool. Watch the video below to learn how it works.Continue reading
We’re back. It’s been a while since we posted another AMI Podcast, but things have slowed down here and we should be posting more consistently now. Today’s podcast features a conversation with Ferol Vernon of Written Word Media, or as you may know his site Freebooksy. Also, his newest site NewinBooks.com. In this interview we […]Continue reading
If we’ve done our job properly, then hopefully we’ve given you a lot of food for thought as part of our Book Discovery series. Individually, authors have used all seven of the strategies we’ve discussed to find success. None of them are 100 percent successful for all authors, but without a doubt, you’ll get more […]Continue reading
Talking about traditional publishing as a means to book discovery at the end of our series is by design. Here at Author Marketing Institute, we’re much more focused on self-publishing than we are on traditional publishing. One of the reasons AMI Founder Jim Kukral created the site was because of his distaste with a traditional […]Continue reading
Last month, thriller author Mark Dawson made headlines after a Forbes article disclosed his Amazon earnings. The fact that he earned over $450,000 from self-publishing in a single year was remarkable, but it wasn’t the most important part of the article for indie authors. What mattered more was the strategy he used to propel his […]Continue reading