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So if you have to get a lot of downloads without asking your existing audience, what is the best way to do it? When using your Kindle free promotion days or promoting a discounted price for your book, the best way to market is to tap into the thousands of readers already looking for deals on books to read.
Traditional and self-published authors alike know that their books need exposure to find new readers. Of all the ways for a self-published author to promote a new book, blog tours remain one of the surest ways to grow interest and awareness in your books. If you’ve never heard of a blog tour before, the best way I can think […]
The Kindle Direct Publishing program is one of the best self-publishing platforms available for authors. Authors who sell their books through Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing have the potential to maximize the sales potential of their books by tapping into the vast market of Kindle users and Amazon patrons. Amazon assigns a sales rank to each title in the Amazon Kindle marketplace based on the number of sales a book has made and other criteria. The more sales a book makes, the lower the sales rank for that title.
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If you have a professional article or book you are working on and have questions about whether that pesky “it”, “from”, “or”, and “a” should be capitalized then search no further. There is nothing more embarrassing than writing an article or posting the title of your book and having the capitalization incorrect. There are so many different capitalization methods that you can follow for article and book titles and with each one it takes a lot of work to figure exactly what should be capitalized and what shouldn’t.