We're Live!

Authors - we're now (mostly) live and ready to start accepting your numbers! Please email me (Andrea) here and send anything you're willing to send, after checking out the tabs along the top. All information will be kept confidential.

As a disclaimer: the numbers we'll be reporting here may not represent how many downloads you'll get when promoting with these websites. You might get less, you might get more.

Also, please note that even if a website doesn't have big results, they still shouldn't be discounted. I believe that anyone who wants to support authors should be supported in return. The people who've created these sites are passionate about helping us, and the more we help them, the better they'll do in the long run.

Thank you for helping me help all authors!

Sincerely,

Andrea

This website is supported by proceeds from downloads of my Self-Publish Strong books. Feel free to check them out by clicking on their covers.

We're Under Construction!

We're under construction but expect to open shortly. If you'd like us to let you know when we open, sign up for Andrea's Self-Publish Strong newsletter list here. (When Andrea updates one of her Self-Publish Strong ebooks, she sends updates to this list, including tips and ideas on how to make our businesses better. Emails are short and informative.) You may also want to consider downloading Andrea's ebooks. Self-Publish Strong Book One is on Amazon here, Kobo here, iTunes here, and Nook here.

In the meantime, here's an idea for what you'll find on Promoting for Authors:

Websites that promote ebooks
Genres they promote
Cost
Number of downloads authors typically get, along with the genre of the author's book.

As a taste, here is a list of websites that Andrea has found helpful so far in promoting her books:

BookBub (of course), eReaderGirl, Fussy Librarian, Digital Book Today, eReader News Today, Book Gorilla, Kindle Nation Daily, BookBarbarian, RobinReads, BookSends, Pixel of Ink (have teamed up with BookSends now), BKnights, ebook Bargain News, and Kindle Books and Tips. A couple of these websites only produce 50-100 downloads, but even that much (especially when it’s free to promote with them) can really help a massive campaign.

I’ve also been hearing good things about StoryFinds, BookSCREAM, Midlist, My Book Cave, ebook Hunter, Kindle Book Review, and Pixel Scroll.