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Book Marketing Tips: Guest Shelley Schanfield, author of The Mountain Goddess

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Shelley Schanfield’s passion for Buddhism and yoga arose sixteen years ago, when she and her son earned black belts in Tae Kwon Do. The links between the martial arts and Buddhist techniques to calm and focus the mind fascinated her. By profession a librarian, Shelley plunged into research about the time, place, and spiritual traditions [...]

How to Create a Professional Author Page in Amazon Author Central

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Guest post about Amazon Author Central pages by the uber talented writer–and my editor for Kindlepreneur –Val Breit from KeepCalmWriteOn.com.
Using Amazon Author Central and creating an Author page can make a big difference in your book sales.
Read the article at KindlePreneur.

Make the Most of Your Book Back Cover With These Tips

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You have heard over and over from experts and read online how important your front cover is.  It is true.  How your cover looks is even more important that what you write inside the book. Because if your cover is not terrific, then no one will ever know how brilliant your writing [...]

26 Reasons Why Now is the Best Time to Be a Publisher or Self-Publisher

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Publishers have more options for publishing than ever: e-books, print-on-demand, offset printing, downloads, audiobooks, podcasts, blogs, websites, a series of articles or videos.
Books can generate more profits than ever. People are buying content in more forms, formats, media, and countries than ever.
Publishers can coordinate publication worldwide. They can plan the timing and marketing of their [...]

Opinion: Getting into Bookstores: Why I Did It My Way Anoushka Beazley

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Part of the joy of being an indie author is that you can choose to do things your own way. Sometimes you may feel compelled not only to defy trade publishing conventions, but to fly in the face of received wisdom on the self-publishing circuit. Thus rather than pursue the POD [...]

Gain Exposure with an Online Blog Tour

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Book tours are comprised of different people’s blogs across the internet that all showcase your book to their followers, who are targeted readers of your genre. A blog tour allows an author to “appear” on multiple book blogs in a span of 1 to 4 weeks to promote an up-and-coming book. The appearances on [...]

How to Use a Survey to Pick the Best Cover for your Self-published Book

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Having gone to so much trouble to make your book the best it can be, you need to be sure you choose the right cover to make it fly off the shelves – but can you really trust your own judgment, or should you widen your jury? Stephen Oram, indie author of [...]

Ways Your Contacts Can Participate in Book Promotion

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When planning your book launch, it’s important to involve your contacts—friends, family, peers, and associates—and have them help you. I’ve met countless authors over the years who mention the many great contacts they have, but when the rubber hits the road and it’s time for book promotion, often times those contacts [...]

Six Smart Book Marketing Tips to Reach Amazon Bestseller Status

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Marketing is not hard but it is strategy. You must know how to do all the steps, in sequence, and have good timing. For a book to sell – it has to have a digital component – sold digitally and marketed digitally.
And if you have video, like our client Dr. Cindy Trimm [...]

Amazon Kindle Book Marketing Essentials

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Many authors/writers have discovered the power and potential of the Amazon Kindle marketplace for selling their books.
For eBooks priced from $0.99 to $2.98, and eBooks priced at $10.00 or more, Amazon pays 35% in royalties on all products sold. For eBooks priced between $2.99 and $9.99, Amazon pays royalties [...]

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