There are many things to consider when you think about either going wide or putting all your books into Kindle Unlimited. If you’re thinking about going wide, there are many reasons why you should consider it.
Regardless if you’re thinking about writing your first book or you have a couple under your belt already, the business and marketing side of being a writer can be daunting. Author Emma Lombard gives advice on how to successfully create a plan to market and sell your books.
Success leaves clues. This article has numerous Instagram posts showing different ways other authors and publishers have put a creative spin on promoting books on Instagram.
Instagram is a tool authors typically utilize to connect with their fans with photos and the like. But the problem is, if someone is interested in learning more about the author or their releases, there is only one link available to them in the author’s profile. Find out how in this article how to fix this with LinkTree!
After Google, YouTube is the go-to for finding information. It is also a great promotional tool. But how can it be used to promote books? Find out in this article!
While having all your books available exclusively from Amazon has its perks, there are also many benefits to “going wide” with your catalog of books. Read this article to find out what other alternatives are out there for distributing both your print and digital book.
Most of us have heard of NFTs and the mystery surrounding what they are. Similar to Bitcoin, NFTs are a new technology which isn’t going away. This article does an excellent job of not only explaining what NFTs are but also why authors really need to consider NFTs as part of their products just like eBooks and print books.
Reading this interview can be an eye opener for many authors. While the US and UK are huge eBook markets, Germany, France, and many other countries are close behind and growing.
In this very informative Q&A with author Nate Hoffelder, questions are sent to the author via Twitter about selling both eBooks and print books from an author’s website.
Kindle Vella is a new program offered by Amazon which allows authors to serialize their books. Even though the article doesn’t do a deep dive into the program, it does provide a snapshot of what it offers writers.