Setting up new book marketing plans for the new year? Check out these top tips on timing from ALLi authors and partner members.
Self-publishing Author Advice about reaching readers, author platform, discoverability, book marketing and book promotion
Whether selling books from your website, or offering free content for mailing list signups, marketing psychology can be a useful tool in the indie author’s toolbox. During the redesign of a friend’s website, we pondered how to lay out the books on her sales page for maximum sales. She also wanted to offer a choice […]
Jay Artale our ALLi communications manager has put together a roundup of our Ask ALLi and Indie Author Fringe podcasts, and coaxes us to take time for ourselves over the festive season to listen and be inspired.
Why writing books to match the seasons is not only fun but brings marketing benefits – by seasoned seasonal author Debbie Young
How to market books to children aged under 12: think like a broadcaster! Top tips from ALLi’s Children’s Author Adviser Karen Inglis.
In this interview with David Penny of ALLi, Dan Blank discusses the psychology of writing, how to find alternative outlets for your books, and how writers can use available resources to research their reader audience.
The end of the year is a great time to take stock of the many places that hold data about you and yours books – here’s a handy checklist
Reports of the death of Facebook author pages are greatly exaggerated – although their reach doesn’t match the potential of paid FB ads, here’s one easy way to make yours more effective
How the age of digital publishing brings new opportunities for midform writing – and how to take advantage of them – by author and journalist Alex Klaushofer.
Do you – should you – ask readers in the back matter of your self-published books to post reviews of your work? US indie author Karen Myers explains why she thinks it’s a bad idea.