How to Price Your Book on Amazon to Make Money

Learn how to price your self-published books to move in volume on Amazon plus a bonus POWER TIP on permafree funnels! There isn't a catch-all answer on how much to charge, but there are great methods for determining how to price your book to sell. Find out what's...

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Do You Need to Hire a Book Editor or Can You Self-Edit?

November is halfway through and many of us have our NaNoWriMo manuscript nearing completion. Your next step on the path to publishing is editing, but what if you're on a budget? You might ask: Can I use software like ProWriting Aid? Are there editors I can hire for...

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Choose the Right Social Media for Your Author Platform

This video covers how to select the 3 best social media platforms for your author brand... Social media and digital marketing can be daunting for authors. I mean, after all, we have plenty to do if we want to produce a couple of book per year. But, like it or not,...

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5 Ways to Promote Your Book for Free

Here are 5 free book promotion ideas. If you’re a do-it-yourselfer there are many ways to promote your book. All you need is good writing skills, technical proficiently, the ability to navigate and understand social media and software platforms, speaking ability,...

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ISBN’s Demystified for Self-Published Authors

ISBNs, boring and confusing, right? Nope, they are a rabbit hole of fascinating! ISBNs or International Standard Book Numbers are required to sell physical books in any volume larger than a batch of pamphlets printed off your InkJet and sold at the local swap meet or...

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Top 9 Mistakes Self-Published Authors Make (Plus a Bonus)

You will be disappointed if you go into your writer's cave, emerge six months later with a shiny, new book in hand, and expect BIG sales. More likely, you’ll be faced with a choir of crickets. To avoid this, You need to build an audience while you are writing. Split...

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How to Choose a Book Title That Sells

What’s most important when choosing a title is that it must be must be descriptive, either through words alone or a combination of language and symbolism For fiction, you can be a little more mysterious and evoke the curiosity of the reader, but you must describe the...

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