Welcome to the January 27, 2014 edition of tips and tricks for writers and authors. We’ve got some insights into book marketing and book design this week. Thank you to the contributors.
Chrys Fey presents Online Marketing Symposium posted at Write With Fey, saying, “Find out what worked and what didn’t work for me while marketing my eBook, Hurricane Crimes. This is part of a blogfest.”
Erica Verrillo presents Submitting Your Website to Web Directories posted at Publishing … and Other Forms of Insanity, saying, “If you have recently launched an author’s website, you may be wondering how to get it noticed. New websites may take weeks to get “crawled” by search engines – a delay which can transform the heady, champagne-guzzling high of a website launch into a nail-biting, pillow-punching pit of despair. Now is the time to list your website on a web directory.”
Byteful Travel presents A Key Book Designing Tip: Always Include Reputable Reviews! posted at Aravinda Publishing, saying, “Today, I’d like to share a visual example of something I’ve learned over the last few months: the importance of putting reviews on the back of your paperback! In retrospect this seems fairly obvious, but you may be surprised how many books don’t do it. Reviews are key because they provide extremely helpful “social proof” for the book, and can be key to self-publishing success.”
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