This Week in the Blogs, April 25 – May 1, 2015

by | May 3, 2015

Springtime. There’s nothing quite like it after a long winter, is there? The bright colors and sweet scents of the flowers, the singing birds, the warm temperatures… If you’re outside soaking up the sunshine, don’t forget that this week’s great articles are accessible from mobile devices, too. Wouldn’t want you to miss them!

Penny Sansevieri on Author Marketing Experts, Inc.
How to Get 100+ Reviews on Amazon: Different Types of Reviewers – Do They All Matter? Part 1
“When I talk to authors about getting reviews, most struggle to get just twenty, while other authors can’t seem to reach much beyond that.”

Helen Sedwick on Helen Sedwick
Overcharging Authors for Their Own Books!
“When deciding which POD provider or self-publishing service company to use, be sure to calculate how much you will have to pay for author copies. You will be surprised how much the prices vary for the exact same book.”

Nina Amir on How to Blog a Book
31 Things to Do When You Finish Blogging a Book in a Month
“You’ve been blogging your book feverishly for 30 days. What happens after National Book Blogging Month (NaBoBloMo) ends and you complete your blogged book? What do you do with those posts and your blog?”

Scarlett Rugers on ALLi Self-Publishing Advice Blog
Book Design: How Changing Covers Can Transform Self-published Book Sales
“You’re lacking in sales, you’re not reaching new readers, and you’re running out of promotional steam. What’s one thing that could make all the difference in boosting sales and getting you onto the best seller list? Changing your book cover.”

Karen Wojcik Berner on Indies Unlimited
Will a Blog Tour Work for Your Book?
“Over the last few years, I’ve promoted my books with blog tours – six of them, to be exact – and let me tell you, each was completely different in both style and reach. Never done a blog tour? They’re the virtual equivalent of the traditional book tour, except authors “visit” book blogs instead of stores to promote their novels.”

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