There are millions of apps, tools, extensions, and plugins available online. This is Part 2 of a big list of tools for indie authors.
Here’s a list of apps, tools, extensions, and plugins that can actually help indie authors and not further distract or hinder them in their work.
Have you ever thought about the fact that indie authors are media owners? Let’s discuss the three types of media we encounter whenever we tread online.
There are several commercially successful authors today that according to a Hootesuite article, use social media to further their engagement with readers.
Should sign up for Kindle Direct Publishing’s Kindle Select Program and use the free book promotion feature? Here’s my take?
Visual communication grabs our attention more than text. Get ready to boost your visual marketing because I’m about to explain some cool apps.
As an author, do you know who your audience is? Let’s look at three resources you can use to find out who your readers are.
There are few sites attracting more buzz than Snapchat. If you’re an author of teen, young adult, romance or new adult fiction, consider Snapchat.
If you are a young adult author, Tumblr might be one of the social media websites that you incorporate into your marketing plan.
Instagram had 400 million monthly active users and captured the attention of 20% of all Internet users as of March 2016 and can be a strategic application for indie authors to use.