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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.
If you want to succeed in publishing, heed these book marketing commandments.
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.
Learn how natural brain function can help you get your reader’s attention so you can introduce them to your book.
Learn how authors writing YA books can connect with teen readers.
Authors with weak brands get ignored by publishers and readers alike. Learn how to avoid the 10 most common author branding mistakes.
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.
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.
You can develop a focused author tagline and build your brand by answering these questions about yourself and your message.
The more reviews you have, the more books you sell. And the more books you sell, the more reviews you get.
If you build it they won’t come. The only way to get people to visit your author website is to give them something they are looking for. But what is that? This article summarizes research done by the Codex Group about what readers want from author websites.
Feeling stuck on Facebook? Here are 3 simple ways to engage on your author Facebook page.
Stumped by slumping book sales? Rob Eagar shares what to do when your book isn’t selling.