I’ve had a wild ride at Amazon ever since they dropped the price of Almost Perfect, book one of my contemporary romance trilogy, to free. I know a lot of you have been asking how the heck did I pull this off. Anyone following the e-book revolution closely knows an individual author self-publishing an ebook [...]
What is it? Why should I do it? How do I do it? Looking for ways to promote your books and ebooks on Amazon. Here’s a tip from author Beth Orsoff on how to get your book to show up more often when readers are searching for something to buy. It’s called “tagging.” What Is [...]
Remember you have two goals when blogging. One is to interact with readers who are already fans of your books, but the other is to attract new readers who have never heard of you or your books. You can’t do either one of those if they can’t find you. It’s not enough to have a [...]
I’m rolling my eyes over everything I did wrong with the most important page on my Website: The Bookshelf. This page should be simple, right? You display all your covers with links for readers to order books. Done deal. I’ve learned, on my site, it’s too simple! Because, that’s all I’m offering.
I’m learning not to take it personal, because, well, Google isn’t a person. It’s a search engine. It just happens to be the most powerful search engine on the planet! … That’s a pretty strong argument for reasons to make Google love you—uh, I mean, your Website.
Building an effective Website is like building a house. Think of the Web developer as your architect. The Web designer is the interior decorator.
…the first term I had to learn in this strange new language: SEO, Search Engine Optimization, aka Making Google love you!