Tag Archives: self-promotion

How To Get Over Your Fear Of Being Annoying While Selling Your Book | Self-Publishing Relief

How To Get Over Your Fear Of Being Annoying While Selling Your Book | Self-Publishing Relief

While writing a novel may be a solitary venture, marketing the book is anything but. If you want to boost sales beyond friends and family members, you need to get out there and sell your self-published book and yourself to potential readers. Often, writers find that “selling themselves” is harder than the actual act of… Continue Reading

10 Great Ideas For Marketing Your Self-Published Poetry Collection | Self-Publishing Relief

10 Great Ideas For Marketing Your Self-Published Poetry Collection | Self-Publishing Relief

Gone are the days when poetry promotion was limited to local book shops, libraries, and coffee shops. There have never been more opportunities for poets to reach big audiences of potential book buyers—all across the world! If you’re ready to market and promote your self-published poetry collection, Self-Publishing Relief has the expert tips you need… Continue Reading

Publishing Is Half The Job: Promote Your Book! | Self-Publishing Relief

Publishing Is Half The Job: Promote Your Book! | Self-Publishing Relief

You may think the hardest, most important parts of self-publishing your book are the writing and the actual process of creating a book. But you would only be half right—the part of self-publishing that is vital to the success of your book is still ahead: self-promotion. Because publishing companies are devoting less of their time, energy,… Continue Reading

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