Best of the Web Book Marketing Tips for the Week of January 26, 2015

by | Jan 31, 2015 | Book Marketing Basics, Social Media for Authors

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Get some useful tips from these book marketing and publishing industry tweets to guide you, courtesy of bloggers, marketers, authors and others. The topics include planning a successful book event, setting writing goals, dealing with plagiarized articles, and more. Happy marketing!


* 5 Ways to Sell More Books on Amazon

These tips include ideas you may not have tried – such as having buyers of your book on Amazon buy books in the same basket. Here’s why that works:

* 39 Ways to Get More Social Media Followers

These tips will help you connect with the right people, and not only grow your following, but maintain it:


* What to do When Someone Steals Your Stuff

If you find your blog post showing up on another site, and not credited to you, this is what you need to do:

* Most Indie Authors Make Less Than $1K a Year

Interesting survey results show how tough it is to be an author. Yet indie authors, regardless of earnings, report higher levels of satisfaction:

* How to Set Writing Goals in Six Easy Steps

This guide will help you focus on why you write, and how much time you have, so you’ll get results:

* Twitter Advanced Search: The Ultimate Guide

Discover how to use Twitter to listen in to conversations online to gather valuable information on competitors, your industry, and more:

* Is Your Amazon Author Page a Dead-End?

This free resource is underutilized by most authors, and yet it’s a great promotional tool when used properly:

* 5 Things to do Before Your Next Book Event

If you hope for a successful event that attracts attendees, these tips will help!


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