Welcome to another Friday edition of The Turndog Tales. My Twitter has been looked over and I’ve found a few articles that I think you might like.
Sit back…relax…and let your eyes experience a few minutes of awesomeness.
The Future Of Pricing
How much should you price your masterpiece? Do you make it cheap and affordable or should you price it the same as your idols? Does it even matter? Is there a right or wrong way?
Dean Wesley Smith writes an interesting article about this, and how you can price different formats. I’m not saying this post will solve all of your problems, but it’ll certainly get you on the right track.
The Future Of Ebook Advertising
Advertising surrounds us on a daily basis. We’ve become accustom to it, and most of us accept it so long as it results in a cheaper service. Could this be the future of Ebook reading? Could Ebooks follow the same path as music and movies?
Richard Denoncourt writes an article that asks the reader whether they would accept adverts within a book. Would it be worthwhile if it meant you paid half the price? Many will say no, but i’m sure most would adapt and accept it.
Getting Reviewed On Amazon – The Right Way
There’s been much said recently about Amazon Reviews. Most of it has been bad, but here’s a post that looks on the brighter side. Laura Pepper Wu discusses how to get your book reviewed by Amazon’s finest.
It’s a drawn out process, and it will take time, but having your book reviewed by these people could help in the long run. It’s opened my eyes and it could open yours too. Take a wee look.
Debunking The Myths
Self-Publishing, as a whole, gets a pretty bad rap. Joel Friedlander focuses on a few myths the process suffers from. Have you found yourself having to tackle one or more of these assumptions?
It’s an interesting read and makes you realise you’re not alone. Some people will always hate, but things are getting better. Don’t you forget it
Marketing Tips For The Time Sensitive
Most writers suffer with time. You have a job, kids, and a life to balance. As such, writing is tough. Marketing your writing is even more difficult, but there’s always something you can do to improve your circumstances.
The Duolit girls offer 31 quick tips that can help even the busiest of writers. Need a little inspiration? Take a look and feel great about yourself.
The ‘Bloody Hell, Really’ Article
There’s much news about how to sell books these days. It’s getting rather old. I read this post about how Norway approaches things, and to be honest, I love the model.
I’m sure it won’t work for every country, but it certainly adds food for thought.
And there you have it, another week over and another weekend in the waiting. I hope these posts help you like they have me. And if you have some extra time, please take a look at my own posts from the past few days.
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