Category Archives: Marketing

Making Sense of Ebooks

This content originally appeared on 6 February 2013 as a guest post on the blog of Elizabeth Mahadeo, a satisfied client of Sleeping Cat Books. In this digital age, ebooks continue to gain prominence. As an author, it is certainly … Continue reading

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Congratulations to the winner!

Congratulations to RC Butler, the winner of the drawing for a paperback copy of The Storm is Coming: An Anthology! RC was chosen through the roll of a virtual die from among the six unique commenters on the giveaway blog … Continue reading

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Driving Website Traffic

You’ve published a book and set up a website or blog to get the word out, but you’re just not seeing the traffic you’d hoped for. What to do? One answer is to start commenting on internet forums and other … Continue reading

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Author Websites

As an author, should you have your own website? Short answer: yes. Absolutely. Every author needs a platform from which to sell their work, and a website is an integral part of that platform. Whether you’ve been published by a … Continue reading

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Use Twitter to Find Fiction Markets

 As a recent Twitter account holder, I’m still trying to get my bearings and figure out how to get the most benefit from it. While sifting through recent tweets, I came across the link to an interview with author Joanna … Continue reading

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Successful author shares marketing tips

Dr. Bill Quain, a successful self-published author, shared with Joel Friedlander some of the marketing tips that have worked so well for his books. The “Big Selling Secret”, according to Dr. Quain, is “If you want to sell books, you need … Continue reading

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