Category Archives for "Author Marketing"
The habit of writing 5,000 words a day will likely make you a successful author. Doesn’t that make you a little bit mad? There are writers out there who not only accomplish this feat every day, but they’re also blogging about it. Heck, some of them even write books about how they’re able to accomplish […]Continue reading
Facebook can be a time suck. A few minutes scrolling through the posts of your friends and family can easily turn into an hour. It’s tempting to cut out your Facebook use altogether when you’re trying to become a more productive author, but it’s still one of the best places to find new readers for […]Continue reading
Have you ever gotten jealous of another author’s book launch? Obviously, you’re excited for your peer to be able to vault his or her book into the Amazon Top 1,000, but you can’t help but wish that your own work could reach the same heights time in and time out. If you want the kind […]Continue reading
We’ve just gotten word from iTunes that our new podcast has gone live called the Author Marketing Podcast. Click here to subscribe and listen. What Is It About? The AM Podcast consists of short sessions (usually 10 minutes each) that cover a new topic in book writing and marketing. For example, here are the topics […]Continue reading
Twitter isn’t the optimal platform for selling books. Even with the recent implementation of #AmazonCart, authors shouldn’t go into the social media platform assuming they’re going to make a killing right away. If that’s the case, then why should you still consider Twitter as part of your author platform? It’s simple. Marketing is about more […]Continue reading
When you don’t yet have a large author platform, getting positive reviews and lots of them is one of the best ways to get readers. Reviews can seem like a catch-22 sometimes. You might say to yourself, “I need readers to get reviews, but I also need reviews to get readers.” All up-and-coming writers must […]Continue reading