(Note that this ebook is updated regularly, and additional information is available to readers by email and online between updates to the Kindle ebook. See How to Download Updated Kindle Books to make sure you always have the latest edition.)
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Inside Current Book Marketing, Review, & Promotion Sites for Indie Authors, there are categorized lists of over 300 links and time-saving information for indie authors to market and promote their books through:
- Press Releases
- Free Book Promotion Sharing Sites
- Book Blog & Review Sites
- Facebook Groups
- Twitter Hashtags
- Uniquely Specialized Sites
When available, each resource lists the site, home page link, screenshots, page rank, submission link or site policies, and any additional notes to help indie authors determine which sites are most relevant and applicable for their book topics and genres.
At the time of publication, all the sites and resources in the book are verified as current or active and most offer free or very reasonably priced options. Updates regarding additional sites and resources, retiring sites, and policy changes are also available via email between updated editions of the book.
Using the Links
Links in this book are specifically for indie authors to advertise and publicize free book promotion days and to encourage honest reviews from reputable sources.
There are hundreds of ways to market books, but indie authors in particular know the benefits of free book promotion days. Knowing WHERE to publicize those days and WHERE to look for book reviewers is the key to making the most of the promotions.
All over the web, there are multiple online lists of book blogs and sites that review or share links, but most of those lists are woefully out-of-date. Many of those listed sites are dead links, links to sites that haven’t posted in months or even years, or clearly state that they will not accept self-published books.
For the indie author or even the small press author, those links aren’t very helpful, and they consume a lot of wasted time scouring sites that aren’t even willing to consider self-published books. So WHERE does an indie author go for current and relevant resources?
Finally, indies can save marketing time and effort by knowing WHERE to go for Current Book Marketing, Review, & Promotion Sites for Indie Authors.
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