We've run posts on here before about book blog tours, including case studies by self-published authors who have considered their blog tours a success. But we also often hear negative comments from those who are disappointed with the results, particularly…
It's vital that we support each other if we want to continue to grow the indie community. In today's encore post, Barb Drozdowich says indie authors need to be more tolerant of each others' strengths and weaknesses, especially with regard to technical skills. From the perspective of a technical trainer, she explains how it's too easy for those with strong IT skills to inadvertently bully, belittle and upset those who struggle, and reminds us of the need to be more sensitive, especially when responding to comments on social media.
Ever felt silly for not being more of a technology expert? Don't let others get you down, says Barb Drozdowich - it's for the others to change their vocabulary and be more understanding, especially on social media.
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A crystal-clear post explaining how Amazon Marketplace can sell copies of your books at different prices - by Barb Drozdowich