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Improve Your Book Descriptions And Audience Targeting: Jane Friedman

Improve Your Book Descriptions and Audience Targeting: Jane Friedman


Which works best in online stores, a long or short book description? What should go in the first line? How do you research appropriate categories and keywords? Jane reviews principles and great tools to help indie authors master the power of descriptions and reach their target market by getting in their readers’ heads as to how they search for and describe books.

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Jane Friedman is offering a one-year annual subscription to the Hot Sheet. The Hot Sheet is the essential publishing industry newsletter for authors delivered to you directly via email every other Wednesday. It’s reported and written by Jane Friedman and Porter Anderson. With an every-other-week schedule, we’re not interested in delivering breaking news but perspective on stories that are likely to retain importance or meaning for your long-term decision making. Thus, we hope to provide distance and nuance on complex issues.

Jane Friedman

Author: Indie Author Fringe

The Indie Fringe Author Conference takes place three times a year, in line with London Book Fair in April; Book Expo America in May and Frankfurt Book Fair in October


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