On the ALLi Twitter chat (#indieAuthorChat) this week we asked questions about Uploading a Book to Amazon.
TwitterChat: Uploading a Book to Amazon
The Indie Author Twitter Chat runs for an hour, weekly on Wednesdays, at 8pm UK Time (3pm EST and noon Pacific Time). All you have to do to join in is follow the hashtag #IndieAuthorChat on Twitter.
The chats are a virtual meet-up for the self-publishing community on Twitter. If you're looking to connect with more people in our industry, joining The Indie Author Twitter Chat is the perfect way to start. Network with other authors and self-publishing professionals, learn new strategies and get answers to your most pressing questions from our guest experts.
Next time: This Wednesday (tomorrow) we have questions about How to Build a Simple Marketing Strategy with Roger Edwards.
Last Time: Did you miss the summary of last week's Twitter chat about Six Self-Publishing Myths Debunked. You can find that here: TwitterChat: Six Self-Publishing Myths Debunked
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Mastering the Crowdfunding Success Mindset, with Nick Kotar and Russell Nohelty: Self-Publishing Conference Highlight
In this empowering session, ALLi member Nick Kotar, who recently ran his first successful crowdfunder, interviews USA Today bestselling author and ALLi’s crowdfunding advisor Russell Nohelty, about the world of crowdfunding and its growing role in the success of indie authors. This session will explore how adopting the right mindset is necessary to drive successful crowdfunding campaigns and create a thriving author business built around the crowd-funding model. Essential strategies, practical tips, and real-life success stories will fill you with the confidence and mindset you need to succeed and excel.
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