Updated May 2023 When you self-publish your memoir, you get to select your cover art. And it’s important to accurately reflect your genre, because your book cover is your most effective point-of-purchase marketing tool! Get it right and readers will be hitting the...
Does Your Self-Published Print Book Make A Good First Impression?
Authors: Do you know what's the most important element of your book marketing strategy? Is it posters or bookmarks? Social media ads? No. While these are vital tools in a comprehensive book promotion plan, your most influential, important marketing tool is...your book...
Lies Self-Publishing Companies Tell Potential Clients
After trying the traditional publishing route with no success—or possibly deciding right from the beginning—many authors are choosing to self-publish their books. However, before you sign on the dotted line with a self-publishing company, do your research! A lot of...
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