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Most author websites fail to sell enough books to reimburse the author for the cost of building the website.
The reason is because most authors don’t know the following seven secrets.
These rules are not universal. But this is what I have noticed working with dozens of authors and want to be authors.
Think of this as a list of best practices.
Don’t waste your time doing things on your author blog that turn your readers away. Learn what readers don’t want from your website.