How can you make your books sell better?
You've done it.
You've written an excellant book. You've published it. Now, how do you get people to buy your writing?
I've used a technique called the Amazon Bestseller Campaign, and it works really well. Here are some tips:
1) Write a book of real value for a specific market.
2) Know who that market is.
3) Figure out where they are online, and lots of ways to reach them.
4) Create a lot of bonuses to give out if people buy your book. Set up a web site where the bonuses can be downloaded for free.
5) Get the word out that, if people buy the book on Amazon in a limited time, they get lots of stuff for free!
by thecollecktor6 years ago
I recently published a book using Lulu.com. The next step is to market it so others might discover it with the hope of building sales. Lulu offers marketing along with editing and other services to help in...
by M. T. Dremer2 years ago
Do some genres of self-published books sell better than others?There's a niche market for almost every genre in the publishing industry, but do some genres sell better (when self published) than others? Which genre...
by M. T. Dremer3 years ago
Has your experience with self publishing been positive or negative?For those of you who have self published a book (either physical or ebook), how would you say your experience was overall? Please consider things like...
by Steve Andrews6 years ago
For the benefit and as a warning for all those people here who think that getting a book published by a proper publisher is going to help you make a lot of money and your key to success let me share my recent very...
by Dot2 years ago
Whats the best book you've read and why?I love a good book I'd like to hear from others .
by .josh.6 years ago
What's the best book you've read this year?The Kindle library's starting to run low, so I thought this would be a good thing to do before I replenish - what's the best novel you've read this year?
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.