In this talk with David Markowitz, we’ll look at all of the options for turning your book into audio and the opportunities for getting it in front of your listeners’ ears!
Author Archive | Indie Author Fringe
How to Market and Promote your Travel Memoir. A series of 1:1 author interviews hosted by Jay Artale, featuring Jack Scott, Karen McCann, and Joe Cawley, a group of successful travel writing authors who self-publish
Alexa Bigwarfe, author coach and publisher, shows you how to set up accountability systems that work for your publishing and marketing tasks.
Let Barb Drozdowich help you optimize your Goodreads presence, share some tricks to navigating this large site and describe how (and why) to use some of the powerful features.
Chris Well will show you how to create a media kit that answers questions anyone might ask about you or your books.
Many authors are fascinated by Facebook and Amazon Ads, but afraid of the cost in time or money. David Penny has experienced some success with both and uses his learnings to help you decide if these are right for you or not.
On the last Saturday of each month, members of the Alliance of Independent Authors (ALLi) share creative, thoughtful, unusual and sometimes plain off-the-wall book marketing tactics that have effectively promoted their self-published books on the ALLi blog. Here’s our top 50 picks.
Written Word Media works with over 30,000 authors, from those just starting out to those living the dream, and in this session shares what their most successful authors are doing and how you can model it.
Ralph Möller, Karen Inglis and Beth Kallman Werner discuss the value of Book2Look and address the wider challenges of book discovery for indie authors.
Ali will teach you how to avoid wasting your precious energy and budget on activities that won’t result in book sales, using his T.R.A.C.K. book marketing system.