If big brand fictional characters are active on social media, shouldn’t your characters use social media, too? Here are five reasons why I recommend it.
Selling with integrity is possible. Instead of convincing buyers into believing they cannot live without your book, use these good sales techniques.
If you’re like most of us, one of your favorite options is asking for recommendations from friends and family who share your taste in fiction.
You should be growing mailing list and sending out newsletters on a regular basis, and now is the time to raise the question of maintenance.
Crowdfunding gives many authors and small publishers the time and money they need to publish properly, but it is not a magic bullet.
Local retailers, librarians, and reporters may be more open to a new author, but what about collaborating with a wider range of local businesses?
A lot of author sites have newsletter sign-up forms on their homepages. Here’s how to optimize your site to maximize newsletter sign-ups.
When I procrastinate about writing a blog post or an article for a client, I have to hit the “pause” button and think about what’s holding me back.
In Part 1, we discussed how to hook your readers with book descriptions. Now, let’s talk about how to tease your readers once they’re hooked.
You’ve gotten a potential reader to visit your book’s product page. Now it’s time to seal the deal. How? Your book description, that’s how.