How To Use BookLinker and Twitter The Right Way

You may remember Alfageek from his previous tips on book marketing with Twitter. He has recently shared his findings on using Booklinker to compose the perfect tweet about your book. Here is the gist of it, although you’d be well advised to check out the...

An Elegant Solution To Review Blues: BookGeeBee

One of the most common issues facing authors, Indies in particular, is getting reviews. How do you match your work with potentials readers who enjoy reviewing? This can be harder than me successfully reading a map (don’t ask), especially if you write in a...

Jackie Weger’s Tips On Getting Visible And Selling Books

Jackie Weger is more than an author of great romance novels; she’s a tireless supporter of Indies, both on her own and through her eNovel Authors at Work group. Jackie has written a score of posts detailing her (rather extensive) marketing experience; you may have...

What Makes a $100k Author?

Last month, Written Word Media shared the results of yet another extensive author survey they’ve run, to tease out the strategies and tactics successful authors were using to achieve their success. The survey compared authors making over $100,000 in a single...

5 Tips To Get You Tweeting Like A Pro

Author Steve Boseley, who has posted on my blog a guest post on the best time to tweet, recently published a post filled with tips on how to compose the perfect Tweet. I’m copying here his main tips, but I urge you to check out his complete post if you’re...

Market Your Book For The Right Age

How much time do people of various ages spend reading? How true is the commonly held rule of thumb, that the older a person, the more they spend reading? The answer can be found in a recent article by James Tozer published by 1843 (The Economist’s sister...