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Have you ever thought about adding a little bit more than just your thoughts? I mean, what you say is important and everything. But its got no punch, no pop! Maybe if you added a pic or two, a video? You could have such a more powerful blog if you let people SEE what youre talking about instead of just reading it.
Terrific post! I must agree with L.L., Marie and Tiffinie. I've watched the Indie loops and heard from a number of best selling authors. The advice is always, write a great book, put it out, and then write the next great book. Thank you for sharing your stories. I was coming to this realization and it's good to know I'm not delusional.
Thank you for sharing your experiences. I've found it helpful to do blog tours or send out review copies to book bloggers. I don't do a long blog tour. In the past, I've done a one week tour or I've done a "release day" tour. I find that this helps to gain reviews, which is important in the first month of sales. People are more willing to take a chance on a book that has a few reviews. Some blogs use widgets for readers to sign up for your facebook, twitter, or newsletter, so I find that helpful for connecting with new readers. I have tried ads in the past, but they are hit-or-miss. I think it can help with name recognition, but it's not necessarily something that will get you a lot of sales (unless you're doing a Bookbub or Ereader News Today spot)
Very informative! I'm still considering those college kids :) Sheri
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