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.
Indie authors need to use social media as part of their online marketing strategy to further their publishing careers. Here’s how to get it right.
If you’re looking for an online group to join, consider these organizations dedicated to helping Indie authors write, edit, publish, and market their books as well as network and support other Indie publishers.
What should the basic elements of your author website be if your website is dedicated to your books? There are zillions of posts on the Internet that will tell you what your website should look like but does all that advice meant for businesses and twenty-something entrepreneurs apply to you?
Authors: Have You Blabbed or Scoped Yet? by France Caballo discusses Periscope and Blab.im, the video apps people are talking about most to conduct their live broadcasts.
Got a Pen Name? You’re in Great Company – Now Here’s How to Market Your Books by Frances Caballo gives examples of when and why authors have used pen names and explains how writers using pen names can build a brand.
Cool and Not So New Social Media Networks for Indie Authors by Frances Caballo explores alternative social media networks Snapchat, Tumblr, Instagram, CafeMom and Medium and discusses how authors can use them.