Social proof is the best way to boost your self-published book sales, and the most effective type of social proof is a great book review. The experts at Self-Publishing Relief know that the more positive book reviews you have, the more your sales numbers will benefit!...
Rather than spending months trying to land a literary agent, and then waiting many additional months to be traditionally published, more writers are choosing to fast-track and self-publish their books. But the more books that writers self-publish, the more choices...
Interview Tips For Self-Published Writers: For Blogging, Television, Newspapers, Q&A, Podcasts, and More | Self-Publishing Relief
There’s a knack to giving a good interview—and if you’re a self-published writer with a book to promote, chances are you’ll find yourself on the “Answer” side of a Q&A. Remember: The better your interview, the better your chances of scoring more interviews!...
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