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9 Things to Consider Between ingramspark & KDP

Posted by Luke J. Wilson on 23rd October 2019 in Self-Publishing | ingramspark,createspace,amazon,self publishing,ingram vs createspace,KDP,Kindle Direct Publishing,indie author
...ttp://www.ingramspark.com/features Along with a title set up fee (above), there is also a cost to making revisions after you have submitted your book for distribution. Any changes to cover design or manuscript will incur a $25 fee on ingramspark, whereas KDP is totally free. So the major con is the cost of using ingramspark over KDP, but some of the main pros to consider include: Opportunity to get into brick-and-mortar bookshops The ability to create hardbacks, which Amazon doesn’t have. They also have UK distribution so you can order your own book at an Author discount with fair postage prices, this will like pass onto retailer who may buy your book o...
 

7 Tips for Marketing your Book on a Budget

Posted by Luke J. Wilson on 24th May 2019 in Management & Marketing | marketing,book sales,book marketing,twitter,budget,marketing on a budget
...7 Tips for Marketing your Book on a Budget   Create a website and/or blog. Getting an audience who is interested in other things you write is a good place to start, and then you can tag on book promos etc. to your blog posts. It also gives you a mailing list for targeted promos later on as your audience and subscribers grow (And if you're interested, you can view my main blog here). Make promo advert graphics and share them to your Facebook/Instagram stories. These always show at the top of people's feed and in Facebook Messenger and so get seen more often than regular posts. Join Facebook author promo groups. Join and share links to your sales f...
 

6 Simple Ways to Format and Publish Your eBook

Posted by Luke Wilson on 22nd June 2020 in Self-Publishing | ebook,publishing,kindle direct publishing,smashwords
...So you’ve recently written a book. Great! Maybe you’ve published it online as a paperback already, but now you want to get it into the hands of those with eReaders and Kindle devices. Seems straightforward enough, right?  Well, kinda.  An eBook isn’t quite as simple as just handing out a PDF version of your book. I mean, you can do this, but it’s not very optimised for reading on a mobile device via the various eBook apps. It’ll require a lot of pinching-and-zooming on smaller screens! Your eBook Options If you’re publishing/published via Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP), once known as CreateSpace, then there is an automatic...
 
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