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Why Writers Should Invest in Personal Brand – Zoe Carter | Guest Post

Why Writers Should Invest in Personal Brand – Zoe Carter | Guest Post

A writer doesn’t have a purely economic focus. Writing for the sake of writing is always the first goal. However, if you want to turn this into a profession, then you have to make a living out of it. Sooner or later, you’ll start thinking about the financial aspects of your occupation. Let’s be real:

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How to Plan a Successful eBook Pre-Launch Campaign – Tess Pajaron | Guest Post

Boost your sales potential before your book hits the digital shelves. First off, warm congratulations to you for finishing your book! You’ve already accomplished the toughest part of the process. Now you’ve arrived at the final stretch: marketing your book to the world. And without the help of a publishing company to do this kind

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Why an Author Needs a Publicist in Today’s Competitive Book Market – Tany Soussana | Guest Post

For the author who is looking to make a difference between where their book is at today (perhaps just puttering along), or where it can be (with a publicist in tow), let me ask you this:  If not now, when? First off, congratulations are in order if you are an author who has made it

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30 Marketing Questions that Self-Published Authors Must Answer – Jason Walberg | Guest Post

Thanks to the ease of access afforded by the Internet, many authors, novelists and writers are taking to self-publishing, which allows their offerings to see the light of day even without the backing of a publishing house or a large marketing budget. In fact, the days of authors crying over a stack of rejection letters

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Indie Book Contests…. To Enter Or Not To Enter… Or More Trouble Than It’s Worth? – Rhonda Rees | Guest Post

Getting an award, receiving accolades, being honored as one of the best in what you do – and giving your reputation a much-needed boost. Now, who wouldn’t want this great type of recognition and acknowledgement? Especially if you are an independent author or self-publisher, and you are actively looking for ways to build up your

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Florida Bookstore Opens for Self-Published Authors

Online bookstores dedicated to indie and self-published authors are nothing new, but a physical bookstore in Florida has just opened dedicated to books by local self-published authors. Self-published children’s author and book illustrator Patti Brassard Jefferson, along with history author Timothy Jacobs, decided to create a bookstore of their own, Gulf Coast Bookstore, but only selling books by

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Matador Launches Marketing & Distribution Services to Book Trade For Indie Authors

Matador, an imprint of Troubador Publishing, is one of the longest established self-publishing service providers in the UK and has decided to make its distribution and marketing services available to all indie authors and small publishers. The new services will provide both distribution and sales representation, whether an author has self-published entirely independently or via another self-publishing service company.

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Authoright – Reviewed

Authoright provides advice and various self-publishing and publicity services for authors. Founded by author Gareth Howard and journalist Hayley Radford in 2007, Authoright has offices in London and New York. The company’s ethos is to “empower and inspire” authors whilst helping them get their books published and out to readers. Authoright has worked with over

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Self-Publishing Review & CreativIndie Launch Bold Marketing Guarantee of Amazon #1

Indie book review site Self-Publishing Review (SPR) has partnered with CreativIndie to offer self-published and indie press authors the opportunity to reach #1 in their category on Amazon on the launch day of their e-books. The Self-Publishing Review and CreativIndie are so confident their newly launched Bestseller Book Launch Package will work, they have offered a money-back

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