10 Ways to Test Market Your Nonfiction Book Idea Before You Publish by Nina Amir details 10 ways nonfiction authors can conduct strategic tests to determine market, meaning reader, and interest for their nonfiction book ideas.
Do You Make These Online Marketing Mistakes? by Jason Kong describes online marketing mistakes self-published authors often make with their websites and social media accounts, and offers tips about how to correct these mistakes.
Are Your Readers Trying to Tell You Something? How to Use Reader Feedback to Improve Your Writing by Corina Koch MacLeod and Carla Douglas explains why and how to use your beta readers for feedback on your book.
Selling Ebooks on Google Play: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly by Jason Matthews reviews the pros and cons of selling ebooks on Google Play via Google Books Partner Program.
Facebook Ads: Should Indie Authors Buy Them? by Frances Caballo explains the recent changes to your Facebook news feed and what strategies you should use to gain the biggest impact for your Facebook ads.
The Secret Sauce for Indie Publishers: Attitude by Nina Amir describes the four elements of successful author attitude and how to change your attitude to change your results as a writer.
7 Things Your Fiction Fans Want to Hear You Say by Jason Kong explains the importance of earning loyal readers of your writing, how to engage them and how to maintain a connection with them.
4 Levels of Editing Explained: Which Service Does Your Book Need? by Corina Koch MacLeod and Carla Douglas explains where to find an editor for your book and the differences between four types of editing services for books.
Embrace the Tech Authors Need to Succeed by Jason Matthews explores the functions and technologies writers can use in the creation of their ebooks including enhanced ebooks, interactivity, book clubs, multiple authors and events calendars.
15 Must-Follow Twitter Accounts for Self-Published Writers by Frances Caballo explains why another step to a writer’s content-marketing strategy should be to follow influential social media and self-publishing bloggers such as Jane Friedman, Joanna Penn and David Gaughran.