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3 Reasons Why an Author Website Really Helps Sell Books

There’s been some buzz in the industry this past week regarding an informal survey about why people choose to buy their books. In summary, the survey reveals that: The most common reasons why someone will buy a book is because they like the author and/or because it was recommended by a friend A good book …

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Author Website … Author Blog … Facebook … Twitter: What’s the Point?

It used to be that a publisher promoted an author’s book. If an author wanted to do more, they hired a PR person who made phone calls and sent out copies of the book for review. How times have changed! Now, an author has to do nearly all of their publicity themselves! After all, you …

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It’s Never Too Early for An Author Website (Right From An Editor’s Mouth)

In previous blog posts, I’ve discussed why it’s never too early to get your author website and online presence going. In fact, I’ve claimed that having those pieces in place can actually help you get published, because it gives you a leg up over the competition. And now I have an editor backing me up. …

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7 Easy (and Free) Ways to Drive Traffic to Your Author Website

So your author web site is launched. Congratulations! But the work is just beginning. Because what good is a website if no one is visiting it? Here are some simple ways to ensure that your website gets looked at… Amass a list of contacts. It should include as many people as possible — anyone you …

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