As an author, you need to find your target audience and promote your book to your readers.
If you’re a writer, you’ve wondered: do book descriptions matter? How many readers pick up your book and factor the description into their purchase decision? I’m here to tell you: enough.
Indie authors often have limited budgets for promoting their books. However, there are many cost-effective and creative ways for authors to market their books and reach new readers.
If like us, you have friends who happen to be writers, then here are some suggestions that could end up saving you countless hours.
In creating your book marketing plan, it can be tempting to focus your efforts on advertising. But while these strategies have the potential to be effective, they can also be quite unpredictable.
When we talk about book marketing, many authors tend to think that the ultimate goal is book sales. But what often gets overlooked is reader engagement.
Great marketing often relies on two important resources: time and money. But it doesn’t always have rely on both equally.
One of the greatest joys for an author is seeing their creative work published. Yet the journey of putting a book onto the market isn’t always smooth or easy.
Way back in 2009, IndieReader was one of the first companies to offer professional book reviews to small press, hybrid and self-published authors. Next up? We have added the option to review audiobooks. Why now?...