A 10-Point Plan for Literature (Without Being Overwhelmed)
Each and every successful author, relies on their most loyal and trusted audience to make good sales. The problem is to have a big, loyal audience that are always there to support your work and thus to build on this kind of an audience you will have to follow the following techniques.
A successful author should establish a way where he can directly contact his audience. This can be achieved in so many ways given the growth in technology in our current world, at the peak of communicating with your loyal fans is by embracing the use of social media. This kind of media involves almost 80% of the world population and thus your eBook is able to reach as many loyal fans as possible, some of the most used social media platforms include; Facebook, twitter, Tumbril, and your email bucket.
One can also connect to his audience easily by using a website that is well known and established or the use of your own blog, direct press release send to your list of loyal fans, RSS feeds, or even via your page as an author. RSS feeds have been established to help increase the number of sale of an eBook and thus should be fully embraced.
A recipe to succeed is by enticing your market with free articles, so that he can get a taste of your work. One is always motivated to read an article of a writer that they are well familiar with, and thus the writer should work on himself getting noticed in the market. Thus to get the love and support from readers you will have to show them some of your work for free, this will make the audience fall in love with your writings and would wish to receive more from you.
Having set goals will determine the future of a piece of writing. If the eBook is to be sold, then to what audience? The amount of sales expected, and what mode of sale will be used. If the work is to be offered free to the market, then the author should know that incase it gains more demand in any way he shouldn’t regard to sell it as this will portray him as a writer driven by sales and not the will to write.
Each and every work posted by an author should be his best as this will always build on your reputation. No one will ever wish to pay for something and regret it in the future, if you release a poorly done eBook it will haunt you for the rest of your writing career as an author and thus all your work should be done with perfection.
Marketing goes hand in hand with making great sales, and an author should never stop marketing on his work as this will negatively reduce on his sales and the number of loyal audience. Marketing is an ever process and the author is forced to embrace it if he is willing to make great sales.
Protected work has rights to the owner and can’t be stolen. Most writers end up losing what they have worked for just because their works didn’t have rights and patents. By getting rights on your work before marketing it, you are sure of your work not getting robbed also posting DRM eBooks and ensuring you haven’t used obvious titles and URL for your download website; this will ensure that your work remains yours and that you can’t lose it.