Tag Archives: amazon

The Death of Book Promotion

There are some interesting discussions that are happening right now. I’m going to massively paraphrase the situation as I understand it, without naming any of the main players involved. The story goes like this: Some people are cheating by uploading large collections of recycled content and getting people to click through to the end of the book, or using clickfarms ... Read More »

How readers find your book (increasing your Amazon page visibility in Google Search with keywords)

Two things I’m taking very seriously right now, are Amazon search results and Google search results for my upcoming novel. There are lots of ways to add keywords into your Amazon page, to increase the chances that someone on Amazon will discover your book, but it’s also crucial to Google your keywords and see what pops up. When I search for ... Read More »

To Audiobook or Not to Audiobook? Let the numbers decide.

I’ve been semi-curious about audiobooks for some time. Do people really listen to them? Will they help your print and ebook sales? Will you make any extra money? But I’ve been too busy to give them much attention. Recently however, Matt Stone (of archangel ink) offered to help me out and make one for Book Marketing is Dead. It took ... Read More »

Createspace vs. Lightning Source: Which is better for Self-Publishing Authors?

I’ve seen versions of this debate raging around the internet for several years. The short version goes like this: 1) Lightning source produces better quality books 2) Lightning source offers more professionalism and the right kind of discounts therefore 3) Even though it’s more expensive and a pain in the ass, you should go with LS instead of Createspace because ... Read More »

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