Scrivener is a popular writing software for authors. Learn about some of its best features in our interview with David Lee Martin.
A bad book cover can ruin all your marketing efforts. Learn what makes a good book cover in this interview with a top cover designer.
Authors typically use different software tools for everything from plotting to typesetting. But now authors can use one efficient multitool from start to finish.
Your book’s title should accomplish four goals with only a few words. Learn how to create a memorable title that is easy to find and recommend.
Not all bad reviews are bad for sales. Learn how to get fewer bad reviews and how to respond to the ones you have.
Joshua Tallent teaches authors how to create quality metadata to increase book sales.
The more reviews you have, the more books you sell. And the more books you sell, the more reviews you get.
A bad Amazon book page can hamper all your marketing efforts. Bryan Cohen tells authors how an optimized book page can drastically improve your sales.
Find out which printing method makes the best business sense for your book’s genre and your author career.
Help your cover designer create the best possible book cover by providing a design brief document. Learn what to include and avoid.
Learn how to use your book’s back matter to sell more books and grow your email list.
How to use the relaunch strategy to revive sales on your old novels.
Your book’s front cover may get someone’s attention, but the back cover copy gets their money. That copy can make or break your marketing efforts. Learn how to write amazing copy.
Any one of these 11 book cover mistakes could ruin all your other book marketing efforts. Learn how to avoid them.
Your book cover is your biggest marketing asset. It can make or break your book. In this episode, we discuss the necessary elements for a successful cover.