Whether you want to build a base of devoted fans or choose to focus on marketing your self-published debut novel, your author brand is one of your most important tools for attracting new readers. Your brand is what clinches the sale and makes readers want to follow...
5 Reasons Readers Pay More For Some Books (And How It Affects Your Self-Published Book Pricing) | Self-Publishing Relief
You’ve seen it happen: A self-published book’s asking price is less than a dollar, yet it never sells. Meanwhile, another self-published book with a heftier price tag is flying off the virtual shelf! Why are readers willing to pay more for some books than others? At...
Having an author website is essential to any writing career—especially if you are a self-published author! These days, when even traditionally published authors receive less marketing and publicity support, self-published authors will find that promotion is at least...
Now that you've self-published your book, all you have to do is sit back and watch the sales roll in—right? Wrong! Your book will be competing with thousands of other titles in your genre. If you want to build sales, you need to make your self-published book...
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