How to sell a book on Twitter… Click-bait title much?
So I’ve been doing this publishing thing for a few years now, and I’ve racked up a nice little bevy of sales and whatnot. Not super big numbers, but enough that I feel like I have a handle on what’s going […]
Boy, for someone who used to post every day, I’ve sure been slacking lately. In my defense, I’ve been using the other social medias more but still…bloggity-blog-blog.
Oh yeah, and all my finger-keyboard-tapping has been geared toward those books you guys love so much.
There’s a lot of schtuff going on in […]
Last week, I tried a little experiment. I wanted to test out how many eBooks I could sell on a $0.99 promotion week with a different eBook Advertising site every day. The goals were simple–make back the cost of the ad–and it was a chance to see if I could […]
I got into a lovely debate with my favorite author assistant Kate Tilton today, talking about Amazon Giveaways.
Here’s how I see these giveaways going down:
- You pay $6 to put two $3 ebooks up for giveaway (or whatever)
- Magic happens and somehow people discover your book giveaway (I still don’t […]
Note: While this is geared toward authors, there’s some nuggets for anyone with an online persona (read: bloggers).
I guarantee that at least ten authors will see the title of this post and roll their eyes saying they don’t need no brand because they’re “authentic” and “real” and corporate bullshit and…
Oh! You guys
hate love these!
If you’re just joining us, a hotwash is what the military does after an exercise. It’s where everyone gathers around a table right after an exercise and talks about what went good, what went bad, and what could be improved.
Overall, The Island Kickstarter was a smashbang success. […]
“Half the money I spend on advertising is wasted, I just don’t know which half” – John Wanamaker
The book business is a funny thing. Some days, I’ll tweet and tweet and I’ll make zero sales. Other times, I’ll be gone from my computer and come back to 10 downloads. Still […]