Facebook is about to change. Authors need to know what’s coming and how to survive the digital upheaval.
Authors with weak brands get ignored by publishers and readers alike. Learn how to avoid the 10 most common author branding mistakes.
Tricia Goyer explains how authors can connect with an enormous market of faithful readers in the homeschool community.
Learn how to improve your website’s SEO so readers can easily find you and buy your books.
Marketing literary fiction is different than marketing genre fiction. Standard marketing practices don’t always work. In this article you’ll learn what does.
Amazon continually tests and changes their ads platform, and authors must stay up to date. Bryan Cohen reports on what’s changed this year.
Follow these four crucial principles to avoid author burnout and maintain a healthy writing career.
Should authors establish a presence on Parler and MeWe? Learn about the new social media platforms, and find out if you can connect with your readers there.
Learn how to make more time for writing by hiring an assistant. It may cost less than you think, and it will free you up to focus on your writing.
You can develop a focused author tagline and build your brand by answering these questions about yourself and your message.
New authors can implement these important baby steps to strengthen their career development right now. Learn to walk before you run.
Podcast advertising is one of the most effective advertising venues for authors with audiobooks. Heather Osgood offers seven steps to great podcast advertising.
Is rapid release a shortcut to success? Or is it a trap that could destroy your author career? Learn when and why it does and doesn’t work.
Six steps to creating an email sequence that will help your subscribers get to know, like, and trust you.
If you want to succeed in publishing, heed these book marketing commandments.