For most of us, community building should be our primary goal. We want to find our tribe of people. We want to have that solid base who will read, comment, and support our work whenever we release it.
Hey everyone, Chris has been kind enough to host me as a guest on his blog again. My post is all about increasing your book’s visibility and ultimately earning more sales. If it sounds interesting, I’d love for you to head over to Chris’s site, hit the share button, and show him some support. Thank’s for your help!
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According to UNESCO (United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization) over two million books have been published this year. That does include everything written before or all of the books that will be published in the future. If I had a penny for every hundred books ever published, I’d certainly have a lot more pennies than I do now. While this statistic seems a bit detached, it is crucial for your success as an author. In order for a reader to find your book, you have worse than a one in two million chance.
There is one major problem with this statistic; launching a book isn’t the same as buying a lottery ticket. Luck might be a bit of a factor, but if you are not seeing sales, there is likely something you are doing wrong. I know this sounds harsh, and no…
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