PRE-PLAN, PRE-BUILD It is so easy to interact with the world with just a click: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, blogs—just to name a few. And it’s (relatively) free. New authors/writers need this exposure, but not necessarily to sell books, but something far more important: AUTHOR BRANDING. Even before your book is completed, you should have an author presence on […]
Author Central Marketing: There are many titles published in both Kindle and POD, but several do not show this critical detail on the Product Page. Because of this, you could be losing potential customers and sales.
The 21st century writer has a lot more publishing responsibility, including building platforms and learning how to connect with audiences. These are a must if they want to improve their chances of publication and over-all success.
How do you decide on what blogging service to use. Spencer Brokaw offers his insights into Blogger and Wordpress, two of the top blogging platform services.
Most look at a blog or website as a way to promote themselves. Others view it a platform to sell books. And still there are those who see it as a way to attract readers. All three points are correct. But what does an editor look for?
Publishers are starting to require the existence of a blog before taking on any new authors. Sound harsh? In 2011, having a blog has moved from important to a mandatory requirement.