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How To Write A Book Marketing Plan In 13 Easy Steps – Part 2

Have you completed step 1? Take your time, get it right and then move on. Step 2: Track Your Audience Down Online I don’t mean stalk them! Look for blogs or forums that your audience may frequent. Find out if there are any associations that they may...

How To Write A Book Marketing Plan In 13 Easy Steps – Part 1

It couldn’t be simpler – if you want your book to be successful, the hard work happens before the book launch. Yes, you could wait until the day of launch, but you might be scratching your head in bewilderment – why didn’t all those sales...

Should You Market With Amazon KDP Select?

Nowadays, many authors have the choice to self-publish across various platforms. Although many traditional publishers hold the distinction of being better prepared than their other publishing counterparts, a lot of readers are gravitating towards other markets. Many indie publishers are popping up, ready to publish...

Paid Book Promotion: Is It Really Worth It?

Nowadays, with the increasing plethora of self-published books gracing Amazon, Smashwords, Kobo, and any other sales platform you could think of, you need to be able to stand out from the crowd. And with some of the more popular genres such as horror, fantasy, and...

Top 4 Book Promotional Sites

Book promotional sites are an excellent way to stand out from the crowd. Whether it be through free or paid services, there’s no doubt that these sites have an important place in the book marketing industry, especially when authors are writing in competitive genres like...

How to Start a Podcast!

Creating a podcast to market your genre is a great marketing technique. Anchor.com provides easy access to the podcast world. It can record from a phone or computer, and suprisingly does have great sound quality. Otherwise, the technical devices such as a microphone and software...

Paid Book Promotion: Is It Worth It?

Nowadays, with the huge plethora of self-published books filling Amazon, Smashwords, Kobo, and any other market you could think of, you need to be able to stand out from the crowd. And with some of the more popular genres such as horror, fantasy, and romance,...

Useful Marketing Terms Explained

If you are trying to market your novel, the whole process can be a minefield. There are so many marketing terms that experienced marketers assume you understand. So I thought I would compile a comprehensive list of the most common terms used. You will soon...

A Logline Needs Conflict

If your logline does not mention a main conflict, then it must be presumed it is because it does not have one. If a publisher is sent your logline and there is no mention of a conflict, then he will come to that conclusion also....

Learn To Market Yourself

Too many writers focus on becoming a successful author, in comparison to the hard work that actually goes into completing a well structured and compelling manuscript. It is vital to understand that the process is a very long and gradual one. Ask any famous novelist about...