Web Design Relief’s Links Roundup, May 2014

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Web Design Relief’s Links Roundup, May 2014

This installment of our Links Roundup features great tips to help you market your book online. Whether you create your own author website or we create one for you, we want to give you the best tools possible to build an effective online author platform and get your writing out there for all the world to read.

21 Ways a Reader Might Find Your Author Website via The BookBaby Blog — Your author website is built and ready to be viewed! Now, how do you get readers to visit? We all know the value of social media in spreading your name across the Internet. But where else can you regale readers with info about your author website? Chris Robley explains more!

The Author Monthly Planner: A Freebie to Organize Your Writing and Marketing Life via Doulit — Don’t let an overwhelming to-do list throw your writing or book marketing off track. Check out the Author Monthly Planner created by Sharon and Toni— it’s an excellent visual guide for organizing your writing and marketing life. Download it for free!

Write Tip: Creating Releases To Send With Review Copies via Bryan Thomas Schmidt — Promoting your writing takes time, creativity, and legwork. Author Bryan Thomas Schmidt discusses the best ways to create and send out press releases.

The Shocking Marketing Surprises I Learned After My Book’s Release via Word Serve Water Cooler — For how long should you market a book? One month? Six months? One year? And which promotional ideas are the most beneficial? Lucille Zimmerman gives you the info she wishes she’d had before publishing her first book.

How to Interview for Non-Fiction Magazines and Books: 17 Tips for Ease and Success! via Tricia Goyer — Tricia Goyer is the author of over thirty-five books and many more articles. She shares her writing tips and advice for conducting a great interview.

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