Why So Many Writers Fail At Internet Marketing: Priceless Wisdom For Selling Your Book Online

For me, jumping into Internet marketing was like jumping into a dark pit of danger and the unknown; I had spent so many years developing my ability to write a book, but I had no idea of how to sell one. Learning the trade involved so many different jargonistic terms that intimidated me and that… Read More

Internet Marketing Strategy For Small Businesses: The Differences Between Copywriting, Literary, and SEO Writing

So you can write a book? Great! …but that’s only half the battle if you plan on making money as an independent author. I had to learn that the hard way, when I was a young writer with eyes shrouded heavily by the thick smog of The Prestige Effect—when I had an ego the size… Read More

How To Drastically Increase Your Chance of Getting Signed By A Publisher

By now, I’m sure you’ve read “Stop Thinking Like A Writer; Start Thinking Like An Entrepreneur”. If you haven’t, I highly recommend that you do in order to gain better perspective on what your proposals and book pitches look like in the eyes of a publisher, especially the big ones who receive thousands in their… Read More

How To Determine What Articles To Write For Marketing Your Book

If you’ve already read why you should use articles to market your book, and decided that it would be a good idea for you to pursue, then deciding what articles to write and how many, regarding the use of Internet marketing strategy, to raise awareness, demand, and thus the sales of your book…is really up… Read More

How Often Should You Write Articles For Your Book

There was once a wonderful character, named Balian, from Sir Ridley Scott’s Kingdom of Heaven who said, “We are, all of us, what we do,” a profound statement, though not entirely unprecedented. However, let that quote marinate in your mind for a moment, if you will. You are what you do. …you are what you… Read More

Who Should Write Your Articles To Market Your Book

If you’re considering using an article marketing campaign for marketing your book, the shortest, simplest, and most effective answer to the question of who should be writing the articles on your website is, well… …you. However, there are absolutely benefits to having a team at your disposal, and no, I’m not just talking about hiring… Read More

Article Marketing For Nonfiction Books

To say the term, “nonfiction books”, can connote the possibility of a whole wide array of genres in the same way that saying “fiction books” does; they are both like two giant trees, and every branch on either tree represents a different genre or subject, and every leaf represents individual ideas within those subjects and… Read More

Article Marketing For Stories

If you’ve already read up on why you should use articles to market your book, then you’re probably looking for more details on exactly what you should be writing about. Truthfully, it’s incredibly difficult to say, because this is when science meets art. What kinds of articles you should write and how depend entirely upon… Read More

Why You Should Market Your Book With Articles

When it comes to Internet marketing, if you’re an independent author striving to sell your book, I’d imagine that your best talent would be writing, correct? Assuming that you already have a website of your own name (like “YourNameHere.com” for example), you’re going to need content to put on that website. The next logical (and… Read More

Book Reviewers Don’t Charge Enough, And Why You Under-Appreciate Them

If more writers awakened and realized that there is a difference between writing a book and selling one, they’d have a far greater appreciation for the bloggers who actually take the risk of investing the time and energy it takes to sit down and read one’s work, then write a review for it on their… Read More