Never Judge a Webpage By Its… Formatting?

Among many of the core benefits of self-publishing with Outskirts Press is the free Author Webpage that is provided to the author for each book. These RWD-compliant (look it up!) and social-media-connected marketing marvels help published authors promote and sell their books regardless of whether you’re on your mobile, your tablet, or your desktop.
Under the Manage Sales Tools section of your Publishing Center, you can even edit and format the following specific sections of your Author Webpage after publication, as frequently as you want:

  • Synopsis/Summary
  • Sample Text/Content
  • Author Biography

But here’s the exciting news!

Up until now, doing “cool” formatting in those sections required knowledge of HTML (what’s that??). Today Outskirts Press is happy to announce the free Formatting & Editor upgrade in your Publishing Center under Manage Sales Tools > Author Webpages.

Now anyone and everyone can…

  • Italicize
  • Bold
  • Bullet point
  • Color
  • Center
  • and Insert Images (like all your book award seals, perhaps?)

So what are you waiting for? Personalize your Author Webpage today at https://outskirtspress.com/author

What’s that, you say? You haven’t yet published with, or switched to, Outskirts Press, the A+ rated and #1-rated self-publishing company according to the Better Business Bureau and Top Consumer Reviews, respectively? Make 2020 the year you publish a high-quality, award-worthy book!

To get the most of your upgraded Author Webpage, read this handy marketing tip sheet: 10 Best Practices For Your Responsive Author Webpage

 

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