How To Boost Your Book Sales: Steps To Identifying & Fixing Broken Marketing

For most authors, getting ads to become profitable is a lot like trying to solve a rubix cube with their feet, in a dark room, blindfolded while having a pack of rabid howler monkeys unload machine guns next to their ears. And we totally get it! There’s TONS of math, confusing data reports and it’s

Building Your Newsletter: Why It’s Just As Important As Your Books

Having a high quality subscriber base (aka newsletter) is the best way to grow your book sales. NOTHING beats hitting send and seeing sales blow up.  But what if you hit send and nothing happens?  Often times that means you might be doing something wrong.  Past that, getting people to subscribe to that newsletter can

How To Sell Thousands of Books In A Day Using A Free Marketing Tactic

“The Syndicate Method” is an age-old technique that will blow your book sales through the roof. But be warned, it tends to become less effective over time if not used correctly. Tune-in to find out the RIGHT way to create a syndicate, how to effectively reap the rewards for the long term. You’ll also learn

How Authors Make Money With Amazon Ads – An Interview With Our In House Expert

Click the Green Arrow To Play >> Using the in house Amazon ad platform can really pay off.  That is IF you select the right ad style, the appropriate keywords, prepare short, punchy copy and have a suitable ad budget. In today’s episode, we bring in Brenda Trim, APR’s very own in house project manager

Instagram For Authors: Who Should & Who Should Not Become Instafamous

Instagram is an excellent marketing platform for authors to gain a following and promote their content. It gives you access to billions of users—increasing the reach of what you have to offer. However, being haphazard in your approach to this platform can work against you. Employing sound strategies and being highly committed is fundamental for

Am I Selling Out? Bestselling Author Kevin Tumlinson Illustrates The Power Of “Pivot”

Committing to one genre as a writer may work for some, but not for all. In fact, sometimes exploring other genres can give you the opportunity to test your limits and tap into the market in a new way. Today’s guest, author  Kevin Tumlinson, took the the creative leap when he pivoted from writing sci-fi

How To Know When To Quit

Quitting often carries negative connotations baked into us at birth from our teachers, parents, friends and society at large; however, in this episode Jonny challenges the stigma of just letting something go. For authors, it’s easy to become attached to our writing for the sole reason that it’s an extension of us. But what happens