Updated May 2023 Whether you’re traditionally published or are self-publishing your novel, memoir, or self-help book, the marketing tasks will be your responsibility. Most books can be marketed fairly well with the right amount of time, effort, and creativity, but the...
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Most writers are not marketing experts, but when you’re self-publishing your own book, all the promotional tasks fall directly on your shoulders. Being your own marketing manager may seem daunting—but it doesn’t have to be! The marketing experts at Self-Publishing...
25 New Book Marketing Strategies For When You’ve Run Out Of Ideas | Self-Publishing Relief
No book sells itself, so whether you’re self-published or traditionally published, effective book marketing strategies are vital to attracting the attention your work deserves. But what do you do when you’re fresh out of new ideas? Where can you go to find innovative...
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