Have you ever set goals for a book launch or promotion? What’s your goal with your next book?
Is your book launch strategy built on a foundation of goals or floating in a sea of fate? Bryan and Jim are looking forward to show #300! Jim will announce his new project in next week’s episode. Bryan will be sending excerpts of Hook, Line, Bestseller to his ARC team. This week’s Happy Books Review Winner is Zach Guido. Thank you to our featured Patrons – Twins of Prey, The Final Arrangement, and Wanderer’s Escape. The Top Tips of the week include why reviews disappear, 14 great marketing tips, how bigger ad spend can benefit your data. The 5 News stories that matter most to indies this week include how Google started renting books, why authors supporting one another is critical to success, why writing to market works, how the YA community came together to support one of their own, and how author Alana Terry made 1k on a standalone in less than 30 days. Question of the Week: Have you ever set goals for a book launch or promotion? What’s your goal with your next book?
- Why reviews disappear
- 14 new marketing techniques
- Why you should invest $500 in AMS Ads on book #1
- That Google now rents books
- How author groups can produce big successes
- That writing to market actually works
- About some YA good deeds
- That a standalone book CAN sell!
News #5: Books For Rent!
News #4: Authors Supporting Authors
News #3: Two Pen Names, One Lesson
News #2: The Brighter Side of YA Online (1)
News #2: The Brighter Side of YA Online (2)
News #1: The Cheese Stands Alone