Top tips on how to make the most of your book launch, including using your mailing list, ads, Bookbub and other promotions to make the most of the 90-day hot new release window – part of our AskALLi podcast series
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Wondering whether to use WordPress for your author website? Already got a WordPress website but want to make it work harder for you? Read this easy-to-follow overview by WordPress expert Rachel McCollin to help you get your site up to speed.
One of the hottest topics in book promotion right now is the use of strategic Facebook advertising to build your author mailing list. While this has proven a hugely successful technique for some self-published authors, such as Mark Dawson, whose highly-regarded course helps other authors emulate his success, it’s by no means a one-size-fits-all solution. Facebook Ads […]
It’s received wisdom in the world of self-publishing that authors should strive to develop email lists of readers interested in their writing. Author design consultant and ALLi partner member Aimee Coveney describes the mechanics of a simple, affordable way to do so: setting up free ebook giveaways to attract signings, using a winning combination of […]
What can an author newsletter do for you that you’re not already getting from Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, Google+, your author website and blog? This excellent question was raised recently within our private Facebook group, and many members shared their own thoughts and experiences. ALLi blog editor Debbie Young sums up their advice and provides tips […]
Indie authors often don’t think about building a good e-mail database when they consider their book marketing plans. But the indications are that an accurate, comprehensive database of readers who like your writing is the most valuable marketing machine you can have. It’s email marketing power than enables Amazon to build up bestselling authors. and […]
Whether you sell books directly on your website or use it as a referral site to Amazon or another retailer, your website should be a one-stop shop for readers who want to know about you and your writing. Your website is your opportunity to pull it all together, tell the world what you write, and […]