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Looking to get reviews for an upcoming book? A service like NetGalley may help you out. That's why in this NetGalley review, we tell you if it's worth it.

The post NetGalley Review: Is NetGalley Worth It? w/ 50% Off Coupon! appeared first on KindlePreneur.

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Designing a professional author business card may sound daunting, but with these easy steps, you'll be able to create something you can be proud of.

The post The Supreme Guide to Author Business Cards appeared first on KindlePreneur.

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KindlePreneur by Dave Chesson - 1M ago

Get your writing out there. Use these top 55 Hashtags for Writers and Authors to ensure each post reaches the most readers.

The post Hashtags For Writers appeared first on KindlePreneur.

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Looking for the Best Self Publishing Companies of 2019? Check out how you can have a successful launch with these 8 self publishing companies.

The post The 8 Best Self Publishing Companies of 2019 appeared first on KindlePreneur.

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Just recently, I was looking over my past articles and realized that Kindlepreneur turned 4 years old. Turns out that on February 8, 2015, I posted the first ever Kindlepreneur article. When I published that post, I had no idea that Kindlepreneur would grow as large as it has. At the time, I was a…

The post Kindlepreneur 4 year Anniversary appeared first on KindlePreneur.

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You’ve written your book and the hard work is done, right? Nope! As an author, you’re not just looking to write a book, but you’re hoping to sell that book, too. Our guest today talks about what she did for her launch and how it set her on the path to great book sales, as well as opportunities.

Amy Lyle is an author, comedienne, actor and screenwriter whose book launch kicked off with a party that set her book up for consistent sales and lots of publicity opportunities that followed.

The post Episode 64: Book Launch to Consistent Sales (a Case Study) appeared first on KindlePreneur.

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Many writers dream of the big day they are offered an advance from a publishing company for their book. But now that self-publishing is becoming more popular, authors are finding themselves questioning if they are better suited for going with a traditional publisher vs. going the self-publishing route.

Anna David has seen both worlds. Her first six books were traditionally published, but now she prefers to self-publish, and she also started a publishing company for others. She talks about the pros and cons of going with a traditional publisher.

The post Episode 63: Marketers & Coffee: Publishing Companies and Deals with Anna David appeared first on KindlePreneur.

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Do you know just how influential the power of social media is today? From presidential politics to reviewing the latest in Star Wars headcanon, it seems there is a place for social media in all aspects of life. But what about for authors and writing? That answer exists and lies soundly within a platform called…

The post The Ultimate Guide to Goodreads for Authors appeared first on KindlePreneur.

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                                           As an author, having a writing software program that works well for you is key. The right software will help you get your thoughts onto a page quickly and easily. Depending on your needs, you may want to compare different programs. But three of the most common ones to use are Microsoft Word, Google…

The post Episode 62: Best Writing Tools for Authors appeared first on KindlePreneur.

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The four ways in which authors can leverage publishing companies, how companies structure their deals, and how you can set yourself up for a better position when pitching to them. I also talk about things to consider when working with publishing companies, both big and small, and what to expect.

The post Episode 61: What Publishing Companies Are Really Like (Insider Story) appeared first on KindlePreneur.

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