1,100+ New Places To Market Your Books

1,100+ New Places To Market Your Books

  I start more projects than I can finish. One of the projects I started last year was the site www.marketingforwriters.com. I’ve never shared it, because it’s unfinished, but looking over it there’s actually a ton of content there to help with your book marketing. An easy way to market your books is to look for

The exact book marketing strategy I used to build a huge author platform quickly with KingSumo, WordPress and Mailchimp

The exact book marketing strategy I used to build a huge author platform quickly with KingSumo, WordPress and Mailchimp

I’m finally catching up with work and had some time to update my fiction platform… so I decided to record all the behind-the-scenes stuff I’m doing to build my author platform quickly. I published my first fiction this year but have 15K email subscribers, thousands of social media followers and a decent amount of traffic

29 new ways to sell more books RIGHT NOW

29 new ways to sell more books RIGHT NOW

Recently I wrote about how most authors will never make any money. I was surprised by the comments, which I expected to be more negative. It seemed to comfort people to learn that they weren’t failing at being an author – they were doing as well as 99.9% of other self-publishing authors, because almost everyone fails. But...

Your book marketing sucks. Use mine instead.

I’ve written a lot about book marketing. Some people read my books and learn how to do it right. Other people are lazy, so they just wait for any old offer to appear. Something I see being done far too often, is the invitation to write a guest post for a small blog with low

The really weird thing about “book marketing” experts

The really weird thing about “book marketing” experts

Self-publishing is big business. And most self-published books don’t sell – for a variety of reasons, but mainly because: 1. There isn’t any market for them; they were written without considering the genre readership. 2. They are poorly designed. 3. The authors have no platform (blog, traffic, followers, email list, etc). And...