Author Marketing 101: Part 2—Advanced Approaches

Author Marketing 101: Part 1—The Absolute Basics

Marketing is a touchy subject for a lot of authors. Some have the mad skills of a marketing-savvy guru. Some wonder if it’s enough to be on ‘the Facebook.’ Most fall somewhere in the middle. But regardless of where you are on the spectrum, there are strategies you can use to keep the marketing machine moving. This week we dig into the first in a three-week series on Author Marketing 101.

The Pocket Guide to eBook Layout

Formatting your book for eBook distribution can seem complicated, but there are some best practices that will make things easier. The important thing to remember: Formatting your eBook is about giving your readers a good experience, regardless of what device they read on.

The 4 R's of Ranking a Book with Category Selection

When is it time to go wide?

Deciding between exclusivity and wide distribution can be a challenge. Like every other part of your author business, distribution should be handled strategically. You’ll want to look at the goals and needs of your business to determine the best plan—and it’s best not to assume that any one plan is better by default. In this week’s post, we’ll look at reasons why you might choose one strategy over another, and decide when exactly is a good time to go wide.