How To Get Visitors To Stay On Your Author Website

How To Get Visitors To Stay On Your Author Website

You’ve worked hard to develop your author website. You’ve got great branding, plenty of social media links, a newsletter sign-up form, a printable book list, an author bio, an active blog, a contact page, and a tab of upcoming events. Yet when you check your Google...

Web Design Relief’s Links Roundup, April 2016

Web Design Relief’s Links Roundup, April 2016

Welcome to April’s Links Roundup! This month, we've found great articles about: making the most of your book sales with social media platforms; writing better headlines for your web pages and articles; ensuring your e-book format stays consistent; and some social...

Inbound Marketing For Authors: What Is Inbound Marketing?

Inbound Marketing For Authors: What Is Inbound Marketing?

Welcome, authors, to the inaugural article of our recurring series Inbound Marketing For Authors! This series will explore Inbound Marketing: what it is, how it works, best practices, and more. In today’s installment, we’ll explain the concepts behind Inbound...

8 Secrets Of Creating A Pinnable Image

8 Secrets Of Creating A Pinnable Image

You may know the fan-building benefits of integrating social media into your online author platform. You may even have a strong presence on Facebook and Twitter. But if you want to reach an even larger audience with your writing, consider starting a Pinterest board!...

Web Design Relief’s Links Roundup, March 2016

Welcome to March’s Links Roundup! In this installment: a medley of user analytic tools for your blog; tips on how to make the most of what Twitter offers; an in-depth view of Google Analytics; and how to create astounding infographics! Whether you create your own...

How To Make Readers Fall In Love With Your Author Website

How To Make Readers Fall In Love With Your Author Website

At this time of year many of us are making plans for special Valentine’s Day dates. We’re eager to make a great first impression and maybe even find true love. But what about your author website? Is it ready to turn first dates with visitors into lasting relationships...

Your 6-Step Plan for Making New Facebook Fans This Year

Your 6-Step Plan for Making New Facebook Fans This Year

Is gaining more Facebook fans one of your New Year’s Resolutions? Whether you’re promoting your new book, starting to blog, or just beginning to explore the potential of Facebook for authors, our six-step plan will help you build your fan base in the new year! Step 1:...

Web Design Relief’s Links Roundup, January 2016

Web Design Relief’s Links Roundup, January 2016

Happy New Year and welcome to January’s Links Roundup! Want to know the best ways to promote your book and yourself as an author, whether you are self-publishing or going the traditional route? Here are the tools you should use, the best ways to use them—and what you...

Get More Facebook Friends Without Spending A Dime: Here’s How!

Get More Facebook Friends Without Spending A Dime: Here’s How!

Facebook offers writers the opportunity to spread the word about their author pages to new audiences—but at a cost. Boosted posts and promoted posts require that writers pay to publicize. The good news is, you don’t necessarily have to use Facebook’s built-in...

How To Coax Your Social Media Followers Into Actually Buying Your Books

How To Coax Your Social Media Followers Into Actually Buying Your Books

Social media is at the forefront of a successful marketing strategy for promoting your book. But having thousands of fans on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Pinterest doesn’t always lead to thousands of book sales during that all-important first week of release....

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