Low/no content publishing is one of the newest fads in the self-publishing industry and it has become harder than ever to break into. Authors are reporting diminishing returns across the board, and content creators giving it a go for the first time are finding they have their work cut out for them. Oh well, the […]Read full article.
The hardest part about launching and marketing a book is the timing associated with getting everything synced up and ready to go on launch day. I’ll show you why this isn’t as hard as you might think. Yes! It’s possible to get the big four versions of your book live on launch day. The big […]Read full article.
How to Get Book Reviews: The Ultimate Manifesto In this blog post we will detail how to approach getting quality honest reviews for your book, and legitimately—in ways that won’t risk getting your Amazon account suspended. In this article you’ll learn: How to get Amazon book reviews How to get blogs to review your book […]Read full article.
Book Formatting: Can I really do it myself or should I hire a professional? Book formatting can be an afterthought when preparing to publish, but it shouldn’t be. Why is it so important? Because you want to cast the right impression when you publish a book. Do you want to look like an amateur or […]Read full article.
I know what you’re thinking… you’ll just create your own book cover and save time, money and energy, right? Wrong. Don’t do it. Here’s why: For 99% of authors out there, this just isn’t realistic. At least not if you want to actually sell your book. Sure, you can create a book cover yourself, but […]Read full article.
Audiobook production can feel like learning a foreign language. You’re either pumping out an audiobook every time you publish (as some indie authors like S.J. Scott do) or maybe you haven’t incorporated them as part of your overall book marketing strategy yet, because you’re unsure of the process and whether it’s worth the cost and […]Read full article.