You think promoting a book has to be expensive? If you don’t want to spend a fortune, try these free ebook promotion sites. Free eBook Promotion Sites 1. Addicted to eBooks: “This website is perfect for readers like me, who want to watch their book budget.
It is obvious, you want to increase your book blog traffic and gain more exposure of your book. Here a few tips that you should use to achieve that. These small steps may be more important than the text you wrote, so pay attention! 1.
You wrote your book? You published it? That’s great! It’s time to let the media know about it! Here is the list of free press release distribution sites. 24-7PressRelease.com – Free release distribution with ad-support 1888PressRelease.com – Free distribution, paid services gives you better placement and permanent
One of the most difficult questions for an author is figuring out ‘who is my target audience?’ But how to identify your target audience? It might be surprising to discover that, whatever we might think, our book is not for everyone. To maximize our chances
Many self-publishing authors ask me that question. If 90% of Americans want to publish their own book, what are your chances to get noticed? How to make your book stand out in a crowd? You need something that catches the eye of your potential reader,
We all know that self-publishing authors usually struggle with book promotion: they are unexperienced and often can’t afford paid campaigns or professional services. Here is a list of ideas for a low budget promotion. As you don’t have much money, you will need to spend
Goodreads is the world’s largest social network for readers. It allows you to look for books, rate them, share them with your friends and connect with some of the authors. You, as an author, can use the Goodreads Author Program to promote your book and engage
Creating a graphic with your book is one of the best ways to promote it. You can create one very easily using Photoshop. Here’s how: Attention! If you make any mistake, don’t panic. You can always make a step back by pressing CTRL/Command + Z.