Category Archives for "Author Marketing"
In our previous piece on book discoverability, we noted that the first part of readers finding your books revolves around traffic. The more people who come across your book sales pages and website, the better chances you have of making sales. We also noted that the second part of discovery is making sure your books […]Continue reading
Authors, like many entrepreneurial artists, put a lot of value in tricks. They’re willing to sell books for free or set up a mailing list because they’ve seen other authors do the same thing. The problem comes when writers employ some of these tricks without understanding the basic concepts behind them. At their core, many […]Continue reading
After spending a significant amount of time learning the tricks of the Amazon self-publishing trade, you may feel as though you’ve gone as far as you want to go. After all, it can take a long while to truly understand how KDP works and how to get sales up from a trickle to a deluge. […]Continue reading
No strings attached. Click here to enter our Romance cover design giveaway. The winner will receive a custom book cover design (in digital form). Winner will be notified on July 2nd. Use the cover to refresh an existing book that might not be selling well, or for a new book you’re about to put out. […]Continue reading
iBooks is renewing its commitment to indie authors. With Nook Press on the decline, iBooks is well-positioned to take over is solid number two spot for many self-published authors. While the platform is not without its drawbacks, namely the difficulty to publish directly from PCs, iBooks provides several key ways to earn more money […]Continue reading
ACX is by far and away the leader in self-published audiobooks; we wouldn’t have done an entire series on the platform if it weren’t. That being said, there are some instances in which you might want to consider going a different route. While ACX recently opened its doors to British self-published authors, there are still […]Continue reading