Publetariat Dispatch: Book Marketing Roundup

Publetariat: For People Who Publish!

In today’s Publetariat Dispatch, Savvy Book Marketer Dana Lynn Smith shares some marketing resources.

Welcome to my roundup of book marketing tips and resources for authors and indie publishers.

[Publetariat Editor’s Note: in addition to this periodic roundup feature, Dana provides a wealth of free book marketing tips and resources on her site, including numerous articles on the topics of Amazon Marketing Strategies, Article Marketing for Authors, Audio & Video Promotions, Blogs & Websites and Book Marketing Strategy. See Dana’s Learn How to Market Your Book and Yourself page for many more links like these.]

I’m excited about hosting Joanna Penn’s How to Promote Your Novel webinar on February 9! There isn’t much training that’s specifically geared to  helping authors sell fiction, and I know we will all learn a lot from  Joanna’s tremendous success in selling her own novels.

If you’re a Nook owner or publish your ebooks in Nook format, check out the new Nook Lovers site, featuring free or inexpensive ebooks for the Nook ebook reader. See this page to  learn how to get your ebook listed on this site, which was created by  authors Stephanie Dray and Eliza Knight. Other places to learn about  free and bargain Nook books include the free Nook book page on the B&N website and the Nook Facebook page.

If you are an iPad owner, check out Macworld’s review of the new “iBooks Author” ebook publishing platform from Apple.

Have you set up a customized vanity URL for your Amazon Author Central Page yet? Check out this article to learn how.

Here’s an interesting article  from the Huffington Post about the factors that tend to limit the  success of indie authors. And check out this article from Carolyn McCray  on Digital Book World about how to increase your Kindle sales on Amazon.

That’s all the news for now. For more book marketing advice and resources, be sure to subscribe to this blog so you don’t miss any posts, and sign up for my book marketing newsletter.


This is a reprint from Dana Lynn Smith‘s The Savvy Book Marketer.



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