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Why Authors Need to Be as Accessible as Possible

@KatieMcCoach As an author today, you know that every reader is valuable. You love your readers; you want to keep the ones who are loyal and reach new ones. That’s what promotion and growing a business is all about – reaching new consumers. That’s why it’s so important for authors to be as accessible to […]

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Audiobook Tips for Authors

Audiobook Tips for Authors from a Listener * This is not based in research, only the personal reactions of a newly addicted audiobook listener. Lately I’ve become addicted to audiobooks. I love that I can do other things while I read a book; exercise, play mindless iPad games, clean, cook, eat, etc. I tend to […]

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How to Market Your Books Online

Guest post by Rex Stevens Your book is finally finished, but your job isn’t over. Now it’s time to promote your book and watch those sales numbers climb. Social media can help you spread the word, but social media alone can’t get you to your goal. What you need is an author’s website devoted solely […]

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Quick Tip to Boost Your Best Book Reviews on Amazon.com

As an author in today’s world, you need to take advantage of everything out there to get attention to your book. One of the best things an author can get is an honest review! But after you receive a review, what can you do? Besides putting snippets of the review on your website and the […]

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Twitter Chats

Are you on Twitter? If so, have you ever participated in a Twitter Chat? Twitter chats are great ways to connect with readers, writers, and publishing industry experts. Many different companies and professionals host Twitter chats at a certain time each week or month to provide a chance for authors to ask questions of an […]

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