Don’t go advertising just anywhere! Take our social media advice and learn how to promote your book for the most hits and the best results.
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Discover what publishers are looking for in new non-fiction releases and what may be needed to get your book accepted by a publisher.
A successful, well-built mailing list is vital and can increase books sales for independent and traditionally published authors alike.
Book trailers are a great social media tool to engage potential readers with a short teaser about your book and share others reviews.
Distractions pull our attention away, but they don’t have to. We can learn how to use them to focus and improve our writing.
Deb Kastner teaches us about one of her favorite ways to market her books: Facebook takeovers. This is a fun, free way to build your brand, and generate interest in your book!
A social media audit is a very simple tool that will give you a snapshot of your social media presence and an understanding of how effective your social media presence is.
Social media feels less like a free-for-all democracy and more like trench warfare. You must have noticed — the war has escalated, and the soldiers, excuse me, artists, are sacrificed daily in a war of attrition.
You know your writing is great, and you’ve nailed your social media strategy and referral program. Tick aaaand tick. What about your SEO strategy? Is organic search really relevant to you?
Some ‘old school’ authors may cling to the old adage, ‘let the writing speak for itself,’ but nowadays, it is pretty much universally accepted that authors need to maintain an internet presence to be noticed.
One of the most challenging projects writers face is promotion. How to describe our beautiful books? How to break down the book into effective social media posts? Why didn’t anyone mention this in the creative writing seminar?
Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. For an author the very first social media channel for your book is Facebook. The second best way to be found (both you and your book) is through Twitter, but Twitter can be overwhelming as well as time consuming. The next best social media channel for authors is Pinterest.