Every December I take time off client work to spend time on my own business—creating new goals for the upcoming year and developing ways to grow the business.
This month’s tip to grow your author business:
Set goals to develop your revenue streams for next year. Check out
this article on revenue streams for authors.
What goals have you set for next year?
Your tip to grow your author business in June is:
Pitch yourself as a guest on a podcast, webinar, or teleseminar.
You have valuable information to share. This is a great way to reach a larger audience. The Nonfiction Authors Association is always
looking for guests for their weekly teleseminar series.
Are you booked as a guest on a podcast? Share a link to the event in the comments so we can check it out.
Join me for the weekly Nonfiction Authors Association teleseminar February 27, 2019, as I share Social Media Marketing Strategies for Your Book Launch. We will discuss:
How far in advance to plan your book launch
Specific strategies leading up to your book launch
Book launch day strategies
Follow up strategies after your book launch
Click on the image to download your Book Launch checklist.
Learn how to
The Nonfiction Authors Association is a vibrant educational community for aspiring and experienced writers to connect, exchange ideas, and learn about writing, publishing, promoting and profiting from nonfiction books.
NFAA is over 14,000 members strong and growing each day. Members cover many genres of nonfiction books including business, self-development, health and fitness, memoir, history, how-to, science, creative nonfiction and reference books.
If you’re serious about your author career, you need to join the NFAA!
The keynote address for the 2017 Nonfiction Writer’s Conference was a special presentation by permission marketing guru Seth Godin. 1,000 New Books a Day
His first point: there are 1,000 new books published every day.
Two quotes you may find surprising: Every day.
“Your problem is not piracy. Your problem is obscurity. If everyone on the planet read your book for free, then what would happen? Would that be a bad thing or a good thing?”
… more … “Seth Godin’s Keynote Address to the Nonfiction Writer’s Conference”