Does Your Blurb Need a Makeover?

Whether your book has been published for a day or for a year, you have the ability to refine it if it isn’t performing how you would like.

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Which Newsletter Platform Is Right for You?

Whether you have an existing newsletter or you're planning to start one, this article will help you decide which newsletter platform is right for you. You may be

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5 Free Types of Bonus Content for Your Readers

How do you keep your readers coming back between releases? What kinds of things can you put in your newsletter to keep them from unsubscribing? These and similar

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Tracking Your Income and Expenses Like a Pro

Being an author is a business on its own. This holds true whether you self-publish, are published through a traditional publishing house—and yes, that includes small and indie

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3 Reasons to Publish Print Versions of Your Books

Most authors publish an ebook, and for many, that's where their publishing journey ends. They never take the steps of publishing audio or print versions of their books.

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Is Your Website In Need of a Makeover?

Is your website in need of a makeover? Most authors, when asked this question, reply with something like… Does it need a makeover?Why would it need a makeover?How

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Building Your ARC Team in 5 Easy Steps

Whether you're a brand new author or have many titles under your belt, there's one thing we all have in common. We need reviews! One of the most

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3 Tips for Engaging With Readers on Social Media

Many authors have a love-hate relationship with social media. They love the ability to connect with readers but they dislike the time it takes to find and create

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How to Create a Giveaway to Promote Your Books

Giveaways are a great way to promote your books and engage with readers—and they don't have to break the bank. This handy guide will walk you through the

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Why Should You Advertise Your Books on Facebook?

2.85 billion people use Facebook daily. If you're not using the social media platform to market your books, then you could be missing out on new-to-you readers—and more

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