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Design an Author Website that Attracts Readers and Sells Books

by Auburn Seal  •  August 3, 2016

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You may have participated in Bibliocrunch’s webinar full of tips on helping your website become more visible in a Google search. If not, you are in luck, because there is another one today¬†at 4pm EST and it’s not too late to register! But once you get potential readers to your site, how can you keep

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Three Ways to Chill Out About Your Summer Sales Slump

by Auburn Seal  •  July 26, 2016

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If you’ve published any books, you have probably experienced the summer slump. Indie authors everywhere seem to notice a steep decline in sales around the second week of June and an increase in their blood pressure as they try to pull out all the stops and sell more books. What can the average indie author

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WEBINAR (12/16) How to Boost Your Holiday Book Sales

by Miral Sattar  •  December 7, 2015

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We are excited to be introducing our next free on Wednesday, December 16th at 1 PM for Bibliocrunch members on how to boost your holiday sales. You must register at the link below to attend. The best part? You can attend from your computer at home in your pajamas! REGISTER FOR THE FREE WEBINAR The

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Tools for Tracking Book Sales with Susan Kaye Quinn – Indiechat 7/23 at 9pm EST!

by BiblioCrunch  •  July 18, 2013

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As many of you know we host #indiechat every week. We invite industry experts and authors to discuss and share tips on the indie and publishing landscape. #Indiechat is held every Tuesday at 9pm EST. You can check out our previous chat logs on BiblioCrunch Storify.


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Tools for Tracking Book Sales

by Kate Tilton  •  March 21, 2013

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As part of the business side of publishing, one of the many things self-published authors have to keep track of is their book sales.