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Joanna Penn Jun 21
5 Book Marketing Strategies All Authors Need to Try via
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Joy Harjo Named U.S. Poet Laureate, Becoming First Native American In That Role : NPR
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Miral Sattar Jun 19
Three ways to increase your blog traffic
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Joel Friedlander Jun 10
Basics of Online eBook Retail
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How much should an author be doing daily? by
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Joel Friedlander Jun 7
Sign up to receive a monthly emailed submission reminder for our Carnival of the Indies blog carnival here: via Carnival_Indies
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BookWorks Jun 7
Smart tech is increasingly embedded in our lives and set to become ubiquitous. Authors need to address so they don't miss out:
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Joanna Penn Jun 6
You can reverse engineer exactly what specific information to include in your book so that your readers reach the destination you’d like them to reach by the time they’ve finished reading your book.
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Miral Sattar May 29
Thank you for sharing!
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Joanna Penn May 28
Many authors treat their profile image as an afterthought. From now on, try making more conscious decisions when it comes to color choices and images.
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Harley Christensen May 28
Ready to Rock Your Author SEO? shares 9 tips for optimizing your search engine presence to get more eyes on your website/blog (which will help you grow your email list & aid your efforts): |
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Joanna Penn May 26
Literary prizes and critical acclaim are more likely through traditional publishing, and many literary prizes aren't even open to indie authors.
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Bibliocrunch May 26
is a great time to work on your outline. can help!
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This is so awesome!
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Joanna Penn May 23
Once you know your target market, then you can look at where they usually browse or look for content.
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Joanna Penn May 24
It’s important to understand copyright, as it gives your work value and is the basis of any publishing contracts you sign.
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David Gaughran ✍ May 16
Mailchimp made some drastic changes this week, most notably to pricing, but there are plenty of horrors secretly baked into the new Terms of Use that weren't communicated to users at all. Time to ditch ?
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Bibliocrunch May 23
Turkish Garbage Collectors Open Library Full of Discarded Books - For Reading Addicts
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Miral Sattar May 23
A very thorough guide on how authors can setup their Amazon profiles by the folks over at
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