Author Marketing: How Can You Build Your Email List

If there is one way for authors to market their book with high conversions, their email list will be the first option. Having a good set of responsive and loyal subscribers can help in making easy sales with just a…

Why Has Author Branding Become Important Than Ever?

Remember a few years back when Seth Godin announced that he wouldn’t be publishing his book by the traditional methods? He went on to say that he believes in his power of branding and will rely on it to make…

36 Tips and Advices for New Authors to Publish and Promote Their Books

Author Samantha A. Cole has had her own share of ups and downs as an author. She has come a long way since she self-published her first book. She gives extensive, practical pointers from her own share of experiences for…

Marketing Aid for Authors: Book Mockup Tool to Spice It Up

Don’t you want a cool picture of your book that entices the readers to buy it? New methods of book marketing are being introduced frequently and it is often difficult for an author to keep up with it. Of course,…

A Comprehensive Guide for Authors to Use AllAuthor

AllAuthor was introduced with the intention of providing marketing and promotional services for authors and their books. Started out as a simple website with few features, AllAuthor now has a community of thousands of authors and various features to aid authors…

 Twitter for Authors: How to Use Twitter for Book Promotions

Many authors turn to social media to promote their books and reach a wider section of their target audience. With the social media getting crowded day by day, making an impression is becoming difficult. To promote your book, followers need…

Read This Before You Download Another Ebook From A Piracy Website

One scans a book, convert it to pdf and upload it to one of the websites. Another visits the website, downloads the ebook, reads it, likes it and shares the pdf with some friends. Nothing wrong in that, you think?…

Simple Guide To Promote Book

//Maman died today. Or yesterday maybe, I don’t know. I got a telegram from home: “Mother deceased. Funeral tomorrow. Faithfully yours.” That doesn’t mean anything. Maybe it was yesterday.// The opening lines of The Stranger by Camus somehow made me…