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7 Make-More-Money Hacks for Non-Fiction Kindle eBook Authors

7 easy action tips for non fiction Kindle authors

If you’ve considered writing a Kindle ebook, you’ve probably thought about what the best-seller lists usually look like – a whole lot of fiction peppered with a few breakout self-help books.  (more…) Continue Reading →

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Pay-It-Forward Marketing Program: Reviews and a Free Offer

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“We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give.” – Sir Winston Churchill

I introduced my brand new Pay-It-Forward Marketing Program a couple weeks ago, and as it turns out, it’s been a huge hit with my fellow writers and small business owners. The reviews are in, and they’re all good. People are thrilled to be getting professional
marketing services at bargain-basement prices. The services are being hosted on Fiverr – a great way for any entrepreneur to connect with new clients. I actually started on Fiverr as a user a couple of years ago, buying gigs for various marketing services – but it never occurred to me to be a seller until recently. Continue Reading →

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4 Facebook Groups Every Kindle Author Should Join

4 facebook groups every author should join

If you’ve been publishing on Kindle long, you’ll certainly have already become aware of the fact that membership in certain Facebook groups (and active participation) can definitely increase your bottom line. (more…) Continue Reading →

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Introducing the Pay It Forward Marketing Program for Writers and Small Biz Owners

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“They say don’t believe your own hype, but if you don’t why would anyone else?  To be great you have to believe you can do great things.” ~ Charley Johnson (more…) Continue Reading →

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Top 3 Must-Use, Bare-Bones Marketing Hacks for Self-Published Authors

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If you’re a brand new author who isn’t familiar with the whole online marketing thing, this post is for you. If you’ve been marketing for years, this one’s going to be a bit basic for your taste. Still with me? Okay, so you’ve gone through the whole book-writing process, right? You’ve figured out a concept or topic for the book, you’ve done your research and pre-writing, and you outlined the whole book, chapter by chapter. Continue Reading →

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KDP Marketing Experiment: Kindle Countdown Deal

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If you’ve been following along with the Great Kindle Publishing Experiment, you know that I’ve been trying all sorts of different marketing tips and tricks in order to get my arms around what works and what doesn’t. While I’ve done the KDP free days with every book I’ve published so far (and they do seem to work – detailed information coming on that in a future post), I haven’t yet tried the Kindle Countdown Deal. So, since one of my books (which is admittedly slightly outside of my usual genre but still directed at my target audience and close enough to be relevant) isn’t selling as well as the others, I decided to try it with this one. It’s a more career-focused book and one that I hope will help me launch another series in the near future that focuses not only on discovering your passion but also on making money from it (that is, after all, what I do!). The book is called Bloom, Flourish, Shine and it’s priced at $4.49 on the Kindle store. Continue Reading →

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5 Big Reasons I Won’t Buy Your Kindle eBook (and how you can change my mind)

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As someone who makes a living writing books, I read a lot. I mean, a LOT. So when I started making the majority of my money through the Amazon Kindle Select publishing program, it only made sense to pay the $80 a year for the Kindle Unlimited program. And to be fair, it has already more than paid for itself in the few months I’ve been a KU subscriber. Several times over, if I’m being honest. Continue Reading →

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Kindle Marketing Tip: How to Use Your Own URL for Your Amazon Author Page

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“Simple can be harder than complex: You have to work hard to get your thinking clean to make it simple. But it’s worth it in the end because once you get there, you can move mountains.” ~Steve Jobs

Before I get started, let me just point you to my own brand new URL that I’m currently using for my Amazon Author page – it’s BooksAngieWrote.com. Check it out! And now, for the real point of this post. Continue Reading →

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