One of the best ways to help ensure your efforts are rewarded is to ensure you’re not overlooking any SEO ideas that can be applied to your books.
One of the benefits of being an indie publisher is the ability to update your books whenever you choose. But how do you make changes without losing your reviews and ranking on the various retailers? Is it possible? Like many things in publishing, the answer is it depends.
Search Engine Optimization, commonly referred to as SEO, is the art and science of convincing a search engine, like Google, to send people to your website, content, or product. As an author, why should you care?
e-Book Cover Design Awards, April 2018 including Dane Low, German Creative, and many more.
Self-Publishing: The Carnival of the Indies Issue #92 including Frances Caballo, Lisa Poisso, Kyle Young and many more.
Announcing the publication of The Book Blueprint, Expert Advice for Creating Industry-Standard Print Books
Blogs for Self-Publishers, May 12 – 18, 2018 including Sandra Beckwith, Cate Baum, Nate Hoffelder, Frances Caballo, Ali Luke and Amy Collins
Seniors are at a particularly good age for anyone who has dreamt of writing a book to actually do so. And there’s never been a better time for seniors to publish, either.
Ever wondered what role beta readers, editors and Advance Reading (or Review) Copies (ARCs) play in the process of publishing and promoting a book? This article by Craig Tuch compares all three and explains how they can all be helpful.
e-Book Cover Design Awards, March 2018 including Marya Heidel, Yahya El-Droubie, James Egan, Dane Low, and many others