Why should authors use social media? If you’re self-marketing, social media is a free way that you can advertise yourself and your books. There is also the potential to reach a large number of people, as there are more than one billion Facebook users and almost just as many Twitter users. However, what social media […]
My husband loves to watch a TV reality show called The Curse of Oak Island. Apparently people have been searching the tiny island in Nova Scotia for centuries in hopes of unearthing either buried treasure or the ark of the covenant. Rick and Marty Lagina are twenty-first-century explorers and hosts who frequently refer to their […]
Writing for the Children’s Book Market Many online retailers offer attributes that narrow the age / grade range of your target audience and increase your books’ discoverability. Like movie ratings, this feature enables the publisher to to choose the appropriate age and grade target for their book. In turn the retailers include your book into […]
The difference between a successful published author and someone who just dawdles on the fringes of success #pubtips
Visitors return to sites for two reasons only: the PRODUCTS are what they want to buy or the CONTENT is of value to them. Building your Author Platform
Time is precious for self-publishing authors and the thought of marketing can quickly become overwhelming. Here’s 13 daily marketing tips.
Many authors don’t take advantage of or are not even aware that Amazon provides a free author page (Author Central), not just on their .com site, but on their International sites as well.