Lesley Tither shares her strong views on why she will never offer her books as freebies – and explains why. Do you agree? Join the debate over on the blog!
Tag Archives | book marketing
Online catalogs of books are everywhere, but are they effective? We’ll show you how to get the best value for your marketing dollar.
What can artificial intelligence and blockchain do for you? Kathy Meis of Bublish gives a clear summary and a link to a free webinar on 13 February. (Can’t make the event live? Register anyway to access post-event recording.)
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 some inspiration and ideas for your 2019 book marketing campaign? This post, rounding up some of the best marketing and promotion advice from the ALLi blog in 2018, will help you hit the ground running.
Are you making the most of Amazon’s Author Central facility in all its territories to raise your author profile and draw attention to your self-published books around the world? Here’s a quick guide and some food for thought from Debbie Young.
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.
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.
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!