TikTok is the most popular social media app at the moment amongst authors, especially for its BookTok. So does TikTok still sell books?
In this week's Self-Publishing News Special, ALLi News Editor Dan Holloway takes a look at Independent Bookshops' call to publishers…
Selfies Awards winners announced at London Book Fair. TikTok ban in Montana and Jaron Lanier calls for everyone to be paid for data used to train AI.
Kindle Unlimited Raises UK subscription price following Music Unlimited increase. In-app social media sales losing out to dedicated stores.
Romance authors are known for being at the cutting edge of marketing and tactics. So the Alliance of Independent Authors AskALLi team thought asked our romance authors what they're doing and what marketing tactics are working in 2023. What can we learn from romance book marketing?
Spotify's roll-out to English-speaking markets outside the US. ?Half of 16-25 year-old readers say BookTok got them into books.
TikTok sells books in app through TikTok shop. Danielle Steel has nearly sold 1 billion books. Fanfix launches Superlink link in bio service.
TikTok takes over Frankfurt as Penguin Random House signs a deal to help BookTok creators promote its books.
TikTok trend encouraging readers to return ebooks for a full refund resurfaces, while new Netflix move shows adverts no longer toxic.
Authors' petition to change Amazon's ebook returns policy following returns scam shared on TikTok, and Italian publishers claim piracy cost them 771 million Euros during the pandemic.
TikTok's new creator pool the latest move to cap creator earnings from subscription while Kindle Unlimited paid indies $450m in 2021.
Salman Rushdie is to publish his next book as a serial on Substack. DigitalBookWorld's upcoming programme focuses on audio and AI, with the inevitable session on NFTs.