Book are listed in multiple places on author sites – a book page, sidebar, a blog post or two. Maybe a series page. But you can update them all, everywhere, simultaneously using Enter Once. Here’s how.
ThirdScribe Member profiles do a lot more than you think.
A new and improved look for ThirdScribe Book Cards and Pages.
A great website doesn’t just look good on the outside, it also has to be easy to use on the inside. Over the last 6 months, we’ve been planning, testing, and now implementing a new author dashboard that is easier to navigate, simpler to use, and nicer to look at it.
Two years ago today, I pressed “publish” and launched ThirdScribe. I’m proud to say that it continues to grow, and we have even more planned for “Phase 3” this year.
Here’s how our 2015 went and what we have in store for 2016.
Whenever authors ask me what they should be doing to market themselves and their books, one of the first things I ask about is their email list.
Many authors make this simple mistake, and correcting it can dramatically improve their online book sales. Here’s what you have to do.
The two Images every author’s bog post should have in order to optimize their shares across social media.
Books are a huge on Pinterest, and it’s members are constantly searching for great reads. This post provides valuable tips on how to promote your books using images on Pinterest.
A functioning platform is essential for an author to sell books online. However, there are few things in publishing right now as confusing as what an “author platform” actually is. Here we lay out not only what they are, but what they can do and how you can get yours started in 4 easy steps.