If your author website doesn’t show in Google’s search results, make sure you’ve removed these website speed bumps.
Social media changes so quickly. Find out which platforms and strategies work for selling books in 2022.
Every author needs cyber security. Discover which of your vectors are most vulnerable to attack and how you can protect them.
If you want to secure media interviews about your book, learn why you need an author press kit, what you should include, and where to place it on your website.
Learn how to increase your podcast’s impact by connecting with other podcasters, authors, and audiences who are interested in your book.
Most author About Me pages are as fascinating as Mr. Rogers’ sweater choices. Here’s how to craft a killer About page.
Peek behind the scenes to find out how Author Media came to serve authors like you and how we’ll serve you in the coming years.
Author make the most profit when they sell books in person. Take these five steps to sell more books and increase your revenue.
Five tips to help you write useful book reviews that will build credibility and connection with your readers.
Learn how you can grow your author email list with the help of StoryOrigin’s author community and list-building tools.
Have you ever been irritated by a website? Did you know that readers may be having that exact same experience when they visit your website? Ticking off your website visitors is a bad way to get more readers. Here are seven ways author websites annoy visitors and what to do about it.
Follow these five steps to find out what your readers like and want in a book. Their preferences might surprise you and lead you to success.
Writing to a small niche has its advantages. In this coaching session, an author asks how to market to a very small segment of readers.
Learn how to avoid social media distractions, connect with qualified authors, and write better books with our new social network for authors.
Learn which Facebook ads work best for connecting with interested readers, growing your author email list, and ultimately selling books.