In the third and final instalment of our really useful, clear guide to managing the profitability of your indie author business, authorpreneur Karen Myers talks about net income and how to calculate it.
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In the second of really useful, clear guide to managing the profitability of your indie author business, authorpreneur Karen Myers talks about net income and how to calculate it.
Want to make your author business more profitable/cost-effective? Karen Myers’ new series on financial management for indie authors kicks off with a clear explanation of what gross income is, why you need to know yours, and how that data can help you.
Like to make more money from your books by creating custom editions? It’s especially relevant for non-fiction authors, but might also work for fiction. Read Sarah Rayner’s case study of how she repurposed a self-help book for markeing use by a top clinic.
A must-read post by Orna Ross explaining the crucial role of your creative assets will play in enabling you to build a successful career as an indie author. Make sure you understand what they are – and that you have control of them.
Running a business and being a creative needn’t be mutually exclusive if you follow Orna Ross’s advice and approach entrepreneurship in the same spirit as you do your writing
Wondering how to sell more books? Read how US fantasy author Karen Myers sold more books in the first two weeks of 2018 than the whole of 2015, by stopping writing for a year in order to improve her marketing skills
Gear up for being a more successful authorpreneur in 2018 by revisiting these top talks about running an author business, first shared at ALLi’s third Indie Author Fringe event of 2017,
Could you make more money by turning one of your books into an online course? This post will help you get decide – and get started.
Four main reasons why authors hold back from marketing their books – which describes you? And how do you snap out of it? Belinda Griffin shares a 3-point action plan.