In this post, author Nicholas C. Rossis summarises an article in The Economist about how arbitrary advantages given to start-up projects can be beneficial. (The results may surprise you.)
“I love it when science meets book marketing! If you wonder what I’m talking about, just read on. I am an avid Economist reader. Every issue has a small section about Science and Technology …”
Source: When Science Meets Book Marketing
When considering how to market your self-published books, it’s worth considering the consumer. In this article, Kristine Kathryn Rusch discusses some creative ways of marketing music in the past and how they can be used by self-publishers to market their books.
From Kristine Kathryn Rusch: “Normally when I have blog with this title, I’m discussing the choices writers make in this new world of publishing. But this blog is different. This blog is about consumer choice…”
Source: It’s Up To You
I discovered this article, originally posted on Savvy Book Writers on August 28, 2015, in another article about “passive marketing.” Does anyone else have ideas to share about ways to make one’s book more visible with little work?
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Just found this on Amazon: The Dresden Files Collection 1-6 (The Dresden Files Box-Set) Kindle Edition. A box-set creation or bundling of your titles can be done in e-books, print and even in audiobook format.
You don’t have to be a multi-book author before you can start “bundling” your book. One book needs only to be in print and digital format – and voilà! you have a bundle. At Amazon it’s called “Kindle Match Book”. Customers will also be able to buy inexpensive e-copies of books they have previously bought in hardcover or paperback.
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Source: How to Create a New Book – Without Writing | Savvy Book Writers