Four critical ways to gain reviews for your book to improve visibility and get readers to make a purchase.
Starting a novel? Now is the time to set your course. Writing a novel is a lot of work, but the right mindset and action will get you there.
Writing a query letter can be a daunting task. We're here to help make it a little easier.
Non-fiction authors should consider becoming public speakers to supplement their income and sell more books. This article discusses the nine creative ways to secure lucrative speaking gigs.
A good book description is essential to sales. How can you write your own? Author Kyle A. Massa has some tips that might help.
Working with a book publicist could be the key to making it as an author and establishing yourself long term.
If you want to be a successful writer, it helps to be a savvy marketer. In this article, the founder of Hack Spirit shows you how to use sales funnels to sell your own books and products.
Now that you've written and published your book, it's time to market it! Book bloggers can help you promote your work. Follow these tips to increase your chances of success when working with book bloggers.
Goodreads is a powerful platform for writers who want more readers. Learn how to improve your Goodreads profile in this article.
Free workshop alert! ProWritingAid's Lisa Lepki is hosting a free workshop with Chandler Bolt of Self-Publishing School.
Have you ever had a freelance writing client who was an absolute nightmare to work with? Or are you hunting for your first (or newest) client and hoping to avoid such experiences? It's true that there are tons of freelance writing clients who will pay great money, but it's also true that many pay peanuts and ask far too much. Here's how to avoid horrible clients.
Your book proposal opens or closes the door to the publishing world. Thus, it's critical to get it right first time. In this article, we discuss how to write a compelling book proposal.
A good publicist can make or break your book – but they can also be very expensive! If you're strapped for cash, don't worry! With a little bit of work and a lot of confidence in yourself, you can be your own publicist.
Building a social media presence from scratch, especially if you’ve never invested in anything like that before, can be daunting. But it doesn’t have to be! In this article, we’ll help you go from zero to social media hero without breaking a sweat – or the bank.
Say you’ve only got a small amount of money (for example, $250) to spend on marketing your book. What should you spend it on? How can you use those resources most effectively? Here are our recommendations for what to purchase.