Finding new book buyers is the lifeline to long-term sales and revenue. Expand your audience by defining ancillary markets that want the information in your book.

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Special-sales marketing offers an opportunity to sell books outside of typical book retail establishments. Whether it's specialty retailers or business buyers, starting small is a prudent approach.

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Audiobooks are growing in popularity and market share, but independent authors should focus on the more foundational aspects of publishing and promotion that will bring a higher return on investment.

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A pre-sale period gives you an opportunity to build a foundation for your book’s success. Without spending the time and energy to make sure that foundation is ready, your book sales will suffer.

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To move forward with your bookselling, you may need to go back to the basics of marketing and create a plan that defines your mission, objectives, strategies, and tactics.

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When selling books, it's important to remember that readers do not buy the tangible elements of a book, they buy the (sometimes) intangible benefits they receive from reading. They buy what your book will do for them.

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You've heard the phrase "content is king," but it's time to revise that to "distribution rules," which is why you need to publish your book internationally.

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