How to Conduct a LibraryThing eBook Giveaway

by Shelley Hitz Have you heard of LibraryThing?  If not, LibraryThing is a website similar to GoodReads where readers can review books, interact with authors, and more.  It is free to sign up as a member. One of the neat features of LibraryThing is they allow members to conduct eBook giveaways.  Unlike GoodReads where you […]

How to Use Push-Pull Marketing to Generate eBook Revenues

by Kathleen Gage For the first time ever, adult eBook sales surpassed that of hardcover books. The Association of American Publishers reported that in the first quarter of 2012, adult eBook sales were up to $282.3 million while adult hardcover sales came to only $229.6 million. In last year’s first quarter, hardcover sales accounted for […]

EBook Publishing: 5 Ways to Repurpose Your eBook Content for More Exposure and More Sales – Part 2

by Kristen Eckstein In Part 1 of this article series on ebook publishing, I showed you two powerful ways you can repurpose your eBook’s content to give you more exposure as an expert, more sales, a bigger list and a stronger author platform. To recap, repurposing is when you take content you’ve already written (such as […]

EBook Publishing: 5 Ways to Repurpose Your eBook Content for More Exposure and More Sales – Part 1

by Kristen Eckstein One of the most overlooked sources of income and marketing is repurposing. Your published eBook is full of content waiting to be used for other things that will give you more exposure as an expert and result in more sales of your eBook and other products and services. All this sounds great, […]

3 Ways To Generate Revenue with Your eBooks

by Kathleen Gage When it comes to writing a book, there are those who write simply for the pleasure of writing, those who write to make money and those who write for both the pleasure and profit. It may seem like all authors want to make a profit, but this is not always the case. […]

Kindle Pricing Strategies: How to Price Your eBook for Maximum Success

by Kristen Eckstein While hanging out in a Facebook group over the course of a few hours, I noticed this question asked several times: “How should I price my Kindle book?” The options for Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing system can be confusing unless you approach Kindle pricing from a strategic position. The powers that be […]