After navigating all the complex ins and outs of the self-publishing process, you’ve finally pressed “publish” and your book is available for sale. Yay, you! But, like many self-published authors, you may soon be surprised that your book isn’t flying off the virtual...
How To Get People Talking Online About Your Self-Published Book | Self-Publishing Relief
One of the biggest challenges self-published authors face is effectively promoting their books. Advertising and discount-price strategies can only go so far. Constantly announcing your book launch on social media can quickly get you branded as a spammer. And none of...
How To Ask (Bribe) Friends And Family To Promote Your Self-Published Book | Self-Publishing Relief
What can friends, family, and coworkers do to help market your self-published book? More than you think! Is there a photographer in the family who can take your author publicity photo? Do your friends know other authors who may want to cross-promote? Or perhaps Aunt...
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