It’s too easy to remember the bad reviews and forget the good ones – so here’s how and why to keep track of all your best reviews and how to use them to advantage both for personal motivation and for book marketing.
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Ever thought of creating an official reading guide in the form of a self-published book catalog to help readers discover your complete works? Thriller writer Rachel Amphlett explains why and how, drawing on her own elegant case study.
This is the self-publishing advice blog, written by members of the Alliance of Independent Authors. We cover the seven processes of publishing – editorial, design, production, distribution, marketing, promotion and licensing publishing rights – here week on week, together with writing advice and how to run an indie author business.
Like to get a slice of the German market for your books without translating them into German? Austrian author A K Amherst shares her methodical and effective strategy to target your ideal readers in Germany.
Want to earn a good income from your books with just five minutes’ marketing a day? David Penny explains how he does this – by focusing on reaching readers rather than networking with fellow writers. A must-read for any indie author!
Do you write fiction novel series? Do you plan to? Here’s why you might like to consider adding in short stories and novellas to the mix for a real book marketing advantage – with a case study by Alison Morton.
This intriguing case study will help you improve your choice of keywords for Amazon advertising and other marketing purposes, examining how words about Vikings and moon landings helped Brad Borkan increase sales of a book about Antarctic explorers
If you’re one of the many indie authors who professes to hate book marketing, you need to read this post – Anne-Catherine de Fombelle will make you change your mind and positively enjoy marketing in future!
Expert advice to help indie authors with tracking book sales to help them improve the success of their author business – from US fantasy writer Karen Myers.
Wondering how to attract more attention to your author website when you’re not yet a household name? Try crimewriter Barry Faulkner’s approach: set up a blog about a specialist topic of interest to potential readers of your genre instead.