Ten Book Marketing Mistakes New Authors Make

Ten Book Marketing Mistakes New Authors Make

If you are new to self-publishing, avoid making these assumptions, and book marketing mistakes. You have written your book at last, and it is finally available on Amazon, Kindle and all the other retailers. So the next thing to do is open a Twitter account, start a fancy looking Facebook page and perhaps design a new website, and maybe get back

How To Promote Your Writing With Your Own Blog

How To Promote Your Writing With Your Own Blog

How Creating Your Own Blog Can Help to Promote Your Writing By Christine Allen When it comes to advertising, many writers face a challenge. From one hand, it is better to use services of famous advertising companies and build an effective campaign for making your book famous. From the other hand, the Internet has various opportunities to run your own advertising

Self Publishing The Old Fashioned Way Still Works

Self Publishing The Old Fashioned Way Still Works

Long before Amazon and ebooks, self-publishing existed and worked. It’s easy to come to the conclusion that self-publishing is only about Amazon, Apple, B&N, ebooks and social media. It’s also easy to believe that the only way to succeed is to buy Facebook Ads or Bookbub slots. It’s easy to forget, though, that many authors succeeded at self-publishing well before the

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