It’s hard to believe we’re in the final week of 2019 already! Maybe this was the year you published your first book. Or perhaps your tenth! Maybe you made some big strides in your book marketing or just started to get your feet wet in the promotion world.
Whatever your year held, I hope these weekly articles have been a helpful resource to you on your book marketing journey. As we look ahead to 2020, let’s revisit some of the most popular posts and best book marketing advice from 2019.
Amazon reviews are so important and when they suddenly disappear, it can be beyond frustrating. This post looks as why it happens and what you can do about it.
A close look at pre-order campaigns with some creative ideas to ensure success.
Bookmark this page! As an indie author, you can never have too many resources on hand. This post links 55 different sites that cover every aspect of indie authorship.
Don’t be fooled: while this post was geared toward quick and easy book marketing ideas you could implement through the end of the year, the strategies detailed can (and should!) be done at any time of year.
Shout out to my poetry authors! This post looks at the unique marketing required for such a niche market.
Revising and re-releasing a book can breathe new life into a title. Explore 6 reasons why this may be the solution for you.
If you missed any of these posts the first time around, I encourage you to read through them. It’s never too early start thinking about your next release or to find new ways to promote your current titles.
To help you stay organized and on track, download my free monthly book marketing planner below. Check in next week for part 2 of the best book marketing advice from 2019!
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