ThirdScribe book pages are designed to sell books, not ads. Here is a little bit of insight into how they’ve evolved and some strategies authors can use to improve sales.
ThirdScribe provides authors with a complete web platform – and now that includes an email newsletter! It’s all part of our commitment to help authors reach their audience.
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.
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.
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.
One of the most viewed elements on an author’s website is their writing progress. Readers are very interested in knowing how that next book is coming along. While there are a few plugins available, sometimes there is a need to have a meter in the main content — or even, just to dress it up a little to help it stand out. Here is a tutorial with sample code on how to make a custom progress meter on your website.
Have you ever been to a Christmas Party and found yourself cornered by a buzzed and slightly narcissistic fellow guest? You know the kind, the one that just goes on and on and on about their own life and their own problems? To the point where all you here is “me, me, me, me”? If […]
BookBub is an very powerful tool for book promotion. But, it’s getting crowded and reaching capacity, especially with the big publishers moving in. What makes them so valuable is that they can deliver deals directly to buyers by email. And, guess what? You can collect emails from your fans just like they do — and it won’t cost you anything. Here’s how to make the most of your email collection efforts.
Instead of endlessly shouting “buy my books” authors need to create a situation where others are doing the shouting for you. To do that, you need to switch from a “push” to a “pull.” You need to build a community around your book.
Happy Thursday, everyone! I am glad to be back to posting after our transition, and I hope you’re happy to be reading my posts again. Most of you don’t know this, but I recently suffered a loss in my family. I spent many of the hours surrounding my grandma’s passing with my family, getting to […]