Your book’s cover is one of the most powerful marketing assets at your disposal. Combine that with Facebook’s new 3D Photos feature, and you’ve got a marketing gimmick that’s sure to turn heads.
Author Archive | John Doppler
ALLi’s Watchdog Desk has received over twenty complaints of Blasty failing to respond to customer service inquiries, failing to honor cancellation requests, and continuing to charge customer credit cards and bank accounts after cancellation. Some complainants felt they had no other recourse than to cancel their credit cards, or file fraud claims with their banks.
Have you been a victim of piracy on KDP? Amazon may compensate you for the infringement, but only if you follow these steps.
Dog Ear Publishing’s failure to pay royalties and refusal to respond to inquiries warrants our most severe level of caution, the Watchdog Advisory.
The harsh reality is that many of us rack our uncooperative brains for weeks in a fruitless search for a title. And when divine inspiration doesn’t appear and we’re nearing the point of desperation, we clutch at a semi-random title that feels only mediocre. We settle. But if you’re in that latter category, take heart: […]
Online catalogs of books are everywhere, but are they effective? We’ll show you how to get the best value for your marketing dollar.
Unsure of the best distribution strategy for your books – to go exclusive with KDP Select or to go wide with other distribution platforms? John Doppler explains the concepts, with helpful input from Mark Coker and Joanna Penn.
Wondering how to choose the best distributors and distribution platforms for your self-published books? Can’t decide where to go direct and where to use an aggregator? Nor even sure what an aggregator is? This short post will help you.
Your ebook’s size can take a bite out of your royalties. Are you wasting money on ebook delivery fees?
ALLi’s Self-Publishing Watchlist highlights companies whose complaints are on the rise. We monitor these companies carefully, and upgrade or downgrade their ratings as circumstances change. This month, we examine two substandard publishers who specifically target Christian lit and authors. Companies that cloak themselves in the mantle of religion are nothing new, but they’ve found a […]