7 Email Marketing Secrets Every Fiction Writer Should Know by Jason Kong explains how self-publishing fiction authors can attract, retain and reward subscribers to their email lists.
5 Marketing Mistakes That Beginning Fiction Writers Make by Jason Kong explains why connecting the proper readers with your fiction is part of being a writer, as much as the craft of storytelling itself.
Warning: Discoverability Dependency is Hazardous to Your Fiction Marketing by Jason Kong explains why you should seek out and connect with influencers, fans and peers to increase your discoverability and help market your book.
How to Market Your Fiction Writing Through the Brilliance of Other Authors by Jason Kong suggests ways that fiction writers can collaborate and the benefits of doing so.
9 Self-Publishing Fiction Writers You Should Follow Today by Jason Kong explains what new writers can learn from CJ Lyons, Joanna Penn, Lindsay Buroker, Joe Konrath, David Gaughran, Nathan Bransford, Elizabeth Craig, Hugh Howey, Sean Platt and Johnny B. Truant.
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.
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.
By Jason Kong You can’t afford to waste your resources. Finding a readership is a high priority, but your time and personal energy are both in limited supply. You’d like to make every marketing effort count. This isn’t about knowing the best path (there isn’t one) or having a guarantee something will work (there isn’t […]
Nina Amir, Frances Caballo, Jason Kong, Corina Koch Macleod / Carla Douglas, and Jason Matthews Join the Book Designer as Contributing Writers
7 Reasons Why Social Media Isn’t Growing Your Fiction Readership (And What to Do About Them) by Jason Kong, help for fiction authors who want to do better at book marketing