This month Orna's planning workshop is focussing again on the three layers of marketing (part two). Below she explains what those…
Planning ahead is an important step for your author business, enabling you to make decisions about what you want to focus on as well as make time to achieve your writing and financial goals.
On the ALLi Twitter chat (#indieAuthorChat) this week we asked questions about How to Build a Simple Marketing Strategy with Roger Edwards
Should authors create their own imprint? Our #AskALLi Member Q&A is hosted by Michael La Ronn and ALLi Director, Orna Ross, and this month they'll be answering this question and more.
My ALLi author guest this week is Dale Roberts, a health and fitness author who discovered a perfect synergy between print and video content. He has amassed a sizable following on YouTube. It took a little while for Dale to discover his voice and his brand, but once he found it, he began to exude an energy for self-publishing that you just have to hear for yourself.
Joining Orna Ross in this month's #AskALLi Self-Publishing Poetry Salon is indie poet Lauren Lott who will outline the steps she took to launch her first poetry collection, The Remains of Burning. “Choosing between wounds and scars” is how she describes sorting out which poems would go into her collection.
Creative business is not business as usual. Authors often define success very differently from your average business owners, work from different drivers, and find most planning methods are too one-dimensional and mechanical. This session from ALLi Director Orna Ross provides a simple creative planning method designed for febrile creative minds.
How do I manage my privacy as an author? Our #AskALLi Member Q&A is hosted by Michael La Ronn and ALLi Director, Orna Ross,and this month they'll be answering this question and more.
In this Book Marketing Glossary, Jay Artale collaborated with ALLi members to find out what book marketing and promotion jargon or acronyms they didn't know when they started out, which would have helped them demystify their indie author journey.
Marketing can seem like a big bad monster when you're first starting out in the world of indie publishing. But really, it's just another tool in your box, another method for building an audience and raising awareness of your brand and your books. There are a thousand different ways you can market your book, but one that stands the test of time is influencer marketing. But what is it? And how do you even make contact with influencers? This week, the Alliance of Independent Authors AskALLi team dives deep into the world of influencer marketing for authors.
On the ALLi Twitter chat (#indieAuthorChat) this week we asked questions about The Top 100 Tools for Authors
Should I consider republishing my first book? This is among the questions answered on our #AskALLi Member Q&A, hosted by author Michael La Ronn and ALLi Director Orna Ross.