TGIF Book Marketing Tips: Everything You Do Online Reflects on Your Book

Everything You Do Online Reflects on Your Book: Make Sure That Reflection Is Professional Guest Expert: Phyllis Zimbler Miller This month’s guest post is a natural extension of last month’s guest post “Do Your Offline and Online Book Promotion Activities Support Each Other?” In that post I talked about how…

Book Marketing Mondays: Top Ten Ways Authors Can Use Twitter

Guest Expert: Dana Lynn Smith Twitter is a great tool for building an author platform and promoting books. Here are some of the top ways authors can benefit from Twittering: 1. Help others by sharing information, while you gain a reputation as an expert. Nonfiction authors can post links to…

Book Marketing Mondays: EBooks Set Record Sales – Indie Authors Gain Power

Guest Expert: Jo-Anne Vandermeulen THE EBOOK MARKET IS EXPLODING! Even with less than 3 months left, the first 9 months into 2010 shows eBooks TRIPLING wholesale revenues. EBooks set record sales: “eBooks reached an all time record in the book industries at 9% of ALL wholesale book revenues, jumping drastically…

TGIF Book Marketing Tips: Writers Get Connected To Build a Solid Author Platform

Guest Expert: Teresa Morrow You love to write. Of course you do, you are a writer. Searching for just the right word and crafting how the words will form to produce the correct sentence to create your story for your book feeds your soul. But in our highly technological world today,…

Book Marketing Mondays: Important Communication Lessons Learned From The 2010 Midterm Elections

Guest Expert: Tony Eldridge Tomorrow is the mid-term election in the United States. Regardless who your favorite candidate is, there are some great communication lessons authors you can learn by observing what is happening. Some lessons may be worthy to emulate while others may be best to steer clear from. While…