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How to Make an Awesome – and Effective – Book Trailer – Victor Biasco | Guest Post

How to Make an Awesome – and Effective – Book Trailer – Victor Biasco | Guest Post

From the very first one – for a Broadway musical show in 1912 – trailers have enticed us for over a hundred years.  And even though they are now mostly used to promote great films, what these brief video pieces really do is help audiences decide what to consume next. Understandably, we tend to associate

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10 Best Digital Publishing Platforms for Mobile – Joseph McLean | Guest Post

Independent authors enjoy the privilege of finding and using unique channels of communication with their target readers, but it forces them to keep in touch with the latest self-promotion technologies. From digital publishing to mobile platforms, they have to embrace cutting-edge solutions in order to approach the audience and sell more books. Although it requires

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Marketing Your Newly Published Book – Carolyn Grady | Guest Post

You thought the hard work was done. Your book is published either through a deal with a lesser known publishing company or you self-published. Either way there isn’t going to be a huge marketing campaign to sell your book. If Penguin, Little, Brown and Company or Harper Collins is going to publish your novel, you

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What is Your Biggest Problem with Self-Publishing? – Joseph McLean | Guest Post

Everyone who’s getting into the self-publishing game is probably going to face a lot of problems. The self-publishing industry has become extremely competitive. As of 2017, the number of reported self-published titles went over 1 million. Now, as of 2019, the numbers may have doubled or tripled up. Nevertheless, one thing is certain: the self-publishing

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Reasons Why Many Self-Published Books Fail and How to Fix That – Gary Peterson | Guest Post

Many self-published books fail because authors tend to overlook the basic rules of publishing a new book. Authors who are fairly new to publishing get many things wrong, and the result is typically low sales. Publishing your book and selling it on Amazon should be the last step in the whole process, not the initial

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7 Things Authors Should Not Do on Instagram – Lauren Adley | Guest Post

In case you didn’t know, Instagram has over1 billion active users. Half of them, 500 million people, are using the app every single day for various purposes. Many authors have already started leveraging Instagram to expand their brand’s awareness and enhance their book sales performance. The reason why that happens is that after Facebook and

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How Writers can Use the Power of Instagram – Chrys Fey | Guest Post

Instagram has gained in popularity and is now one of the most popular social networks worldwide. Although Instagram is most popular with teens and millennials, people of every age, race, ethnicity, and location use it. There is something so unifying about Instagram, more so than any other social media platform. And creative types of all

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When Should You Publish Your Book? – Eugene Eaton | Guest Post

What’s the Best Time for Book Launches? Aspiring self-published authors don’t make connections with official publishers. That’s not necessarily a bad thing. When you’re able to publish your own work, why wouldn’t you do it? However, there’s a problem: you don’t get access to the wisdom that publishers have at their fingertips. Well it’s not

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Marketing Your Book: 8 Mistakes You Need to Avoid – Joel Syder | Guest Post

Now that you’ve spent weeks, months, and possibly even years writing your book, paying special attention to each and every word and seeing each character grow and develop, having just started as a small spark of imagination in your brain, there comes a time where your book can make its way out into the world.

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10 Ways Authors Can Collaborate to Sell More Books – Bonnie Baguley | Guest Post

Want to sell more books? Try collaborating with authors in your niche. Collaboration is a powerful tool for growth. Networking with authors in your genre is an invaluable way to reach new readers and build a supportive writer network, especially important in times of self-doubt or rejection. Collaboration leverages the benefits of multiple perspectives, problem-solving

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