Self-Publishing

  • My December 2016 Monthly Income Report

    … I always get excited at the end of each year, not only because Christmas is my favorite time of year (and my birthday happens to land in December), but because I get to reflect on the lessons learned and examine the numbers to see what’s been working, and what I can improve. We shouldn’t have to wait until the end of the year to reflect on these…

    Pat Flynn/ The Smart Passive Income Blogin Income Reports- 55 readers -
  • Give Your Book the Best Chance with a Well-Executed Launch

    …, as well as have a negative effect on sales. Pamela Wilson and Jeff Goins discuss best practices for a successful launch — and Jeff shares insight and experiences he learned the hard way from his past book launches. In this episode Jeff Goins and Pamela Wilson discuss: The ideal day of the week to launch your book How the way you’re publishing…

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  • SPI 199: The Marketing Effort Behind Will It Fly?

    … is back again today to share what goes into planning, scheduling, and marketing a new book. They’ll reveal their campaign planning strategies, favorite scheduling tools, and how our launch goals adapted over the course of the campaign. Their insights aren’t just valuable for you authors out there—these same approaches can be applied to any large…

    Pat Flynn/ The Smart Passive Income Blog- 23 readers -
  • Self Publishing Roundup December 15th, 2015

    … 0 Self Publishing Roundup December 15th, 2015 LISTEN TO THE AUTHORITY SELF-PUBLISHING PODCAST: iTunes | Stitcher | RSS Feed 1 Flares 1 Flares × Welcome to the first of our bi-weekly roundup of the best self-publishing content published around the web. Here are seven blog posts you can use to improve both your writing and marketing efforts…

    Steve Scott/ Steve Scott's Kindle Publishing Blog- 6 readers -
  • How to Design a Book Cover That Sells

    … If your book cover stinks, your book is not going to sell … period. We live in a world where first impressions mean everything when it comes to quick browsing/shopping. You’ve got something like a millisecond to get someone interested in your book through your cover. Are you 100 percent sure your cover is right for your genre? Are you 100…

    Copybloggerin How To's- 14 readers -
  • How Andy Weir (Bestselling Author of ‘The Martian’) Writes: Part One

    … as a humble series of blog posts that grew enough interest to demand self-publishing to Amazon. When The Martian’s popularity sky-rocketed, traditional publisher Random House called, and the rest is history. From software engineer to sci-fi phenom, Andy is a down-to-earth writer and self-described “space nerd,” who still answers all of his fan mail…

    Copybloggerin Blogging How To's- 17 readers -
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