Resolutions Every Author Should Have for the New Year!

Structured and manageable goals are important to those of us who consider ourselves works in progress. Well, it’s that time of year when we all start thinking about those goals — in this case, New Year’s resolutions. They’re especially necessary to moving a book from an unknown publication to a chart-topper. It’s a big project!

But, whether you’re just starting to figure out marketing or already a best-selling author, there are simple things you can resolve to do in 2020 that will make you an even better at selling … or simply a better you. Here are resolutions for published authors or anyone bent on self-improvement.

  1. Set goals. “Wait, I thought a resolution was a goal!” Well, yes, it is, in a sense. Ideally, your New Year’s resolution is the culmination of your goals throughout the year. It’s important — and ultimately more productive — to make goal-setting a habit, not just a tradition we do once a year and promptly forget. So set lots of small, attainable goals rather than one insurmountable to-do you never actually do. For example, if your resolution is to sell 2,000 copies, break it down into smaller goals. Resolve to promote one giveaway in January, schedule a book-signing in February, then a book fair in March and so on for the entire year. Or, set a goal to schedule 20 book-signings next year and average 10 sales per event. Way less intimidating, right?
  2. Facilitate goals. If you’ve resolved to sell big in the new year without so much as a marketing calendar in the house, you’ve not facilitated your goals or your year’s resolution. Remove barriers to progress and instate conditions that help you achieve. Buy an entry-level PC for getting on social media to promote or gather a list of bookstores you can call to set up events. Then, resolve to reach out until you get the bookings you need to fulfill your resolution.
  3. Make marketing a priority. Once you’ve divided your marketing resolutions into smaller goals, it’s much easier to give them top priority. Knock out those little to-do’s first thing in the morning!
  4. Read, read, read. Top-notch authors are always top-notch readers. Get to know your genre not just by practicing it but by being an avid consumer of it. That way, you’ll get to know your audience and what appeals to them.
  5. Master the basics of social media. No matter what your stripe, there’s are many others with similar interests on social media. Facebook “friend” other authors and readers, and learn from them. Follow publishers. Rub elbows with book clubs. You’ll find kindred spirits in the virtual world who can enlighten you with real wisdom. Use that wisdom to refine how you communicate with potential readers.
  6. Try something new. Make 2020 the year you branch out. Start a blog. Meet new people with similar interests. These new experiences will all enrich and inform so many other aspects of your life. At the very least, you’ll be a more social and well-rounded person. Hey, you might even discover a whole new audience for your book!
  7. Just do you. Yes, you should be reading a lot, meeting people and making connections that pay off in sales. Ultimately, you’ll assimilate all these influences into a voice that is uniquely yours, and you’ll find your true audience. Don’t fight it — feed it.
  8. Consider “cheating” a little. Many of us are afraid to ask for help. It feels lazy, like we’re cutting corners. Let us put your mind at ease: It’s not cheating to ask for help reaching your marketing goals! In fact, it’s pretty smart, if you ask us. And, if you’ve tried new things, delved into social media and checked off other goals, you likely have crossed paths with new people who may be able to help you get past the hump. Reach out to friends and family to help you get the word out or purchase inexpensive marketing service options to help you reach the goals you set on the road to your resolution. (Even full-time professionals parse out their duties from time to time.)

Whatever your resolution, the important thing is to keep moving, to take whatever steps necessary to move you toward fulfilling the great things you planned for your life.

Need help moving toward your New Year’s resolution? Consider hiring a Book Marketing Specialist for 5 hours of expertise and a Custom Marketing Plan. You can log into your Publishing Center to see what book marketing options are available to you or chat with us using the live chat option on our website (www.outskirtspress.com).

 

Local Media Outreach For Self-Publishing Authors: Go Big and Go Home (to your hometown, that is!)

If you’ve done any sort of media outreach yourself, you know it is often easier said than done. Success typically comes down to perseverance. But success also depends upon contacting the right people at the right time.

Every city has its share of radio stations, and each of those radio stations have on-air personalities for designated blocks of time. Some radio programs are geared exclusively to music. Others, exclusively to news. And still others exclusively to a mash-up of music, entertainment, and listener engagement. Media Outreach involves identifying the appropriate people to contact and making those in-roads. That typically involves having a media kit.

Since you’re a local author in THEIR area, they’re exponentially more likely to be interested than if you sent an unsolicited pitch to a national or global program like, say, Howard Stern, or NPR.

But Media Outreach doesn’t begin and end with radio. Every major city also has its fair share of local newscasts and entertainment programs on television. These program producers are constantly on the prowl for unique, original programming featuring someone, or something, of local interest. In much the same manner you located and pitched the radio stations, you’ll identify and pitch the television producers, too.

Do you want more than radio and television exposure? How about city-wide newspapers and/or community leaflets or fliers. Almost all commercial areas from the suburbs to the major cities harbor newsletters, newspapers, coupon periodicals, and the like. And what do you think the chances are that your local community newspaper will write an article about a local author with a published book? We’re betting pretty good! In fact, your local community newspapers should also be one of your very first steps on the road to marketing, since the success rate is so high.

For your own free Publishing Kit filled with valuable resources, including “7 Tips to Self-Publish Like a Pro”, visit https://outskirtspress.com/book-publishing.html#ebooks

 

20 Fantastic Tips for Self-Publishing Writers to Welcome in 2020!

Whether you are already published and want 2020 to be the year your book breaks out, or you are a writer with a manuscript ready for publication, here are 20 fantastic tips for self-publishing writers to welcome in 2020!

1. Read — Let’s keep reading off of the endangered species list! With a million books published last year alone, we can all find something new to read. Writers are readers.

2. Research — It’s impossible to be a successful self-publishing writer without conducting some degree of research. Learn about the publishing industry, familiarize yourself with book trends, and master recommended marketing tactics.

3. Renovate — Stepout of your comfort zone in 2020! Don’t have a blog? Start one. Are you an introvert? Network with other writers or industry professionals. Research local meet-ups, associations, organizations, clubs, and writing groups.

4. Retool — When book sales slow, tinker with temporary discounts or even your book itself. Revise your book for 2020 by addressing recommendations you’ve received. Often, releasing a brand new edition with bonus material can make all the difference.

5. Realize goals — Ideally, your New Years Resolutions are the culmination of your goals throughout the year. Make goal-setting a habit by setting lots of small, attainable goals rather than a single insurmountable one. If your resolution is to sell a thousand copies, break that down into chunks: promote one giveaway in January, schedule a book-signing in February, attend book fair in March, and so on.

6. Solicit reviews — We all know that securing online reviews on Amazon and Barnes & Noble is a worthwhile exercise. But did you know there are also tons of review sites out there? Research them and submit your book to them for more reviews.

7. Prioritize publishing — If you’ve been sitting on a finished manuscript, 2020 is the year you do it. Rather than tweaking that scene again, research self-publishing options and make this specific book-dream a reality. Nothing happens unless you do it.

8. Prioritize marketing — Once you publish a book, it’s time to focus on promoting it … which takes time and energy. And when the going gets tough, the tough ask for help! Five hours with a Book Marketing Strategist might be all you need put your book on the path to promotional success.

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9. Polish by proofreading — This year, resolve to refine your technical skills. Having a second or third set of eyes can also help you avoid revisions after initial publication. If you’re having trouble catching typos, misspellings, and grammatical errors in your writing, consider hiring a professional editor.

10. Master social media — Keep an eye open for marketing opportunities presented by sites you already enjoy, whether it be Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, or YouTube. When you make use of sites you’re visiting anyway, promotion feels less like work.

11. Ask for help — It’s not cheating to ask for help in reaching your marketing goals! If you’ve already tried new things by delving into social media and checking off other goals, you’ve likely crossed paths with new people (including friends, family, and fellow authors) or inexpensive marketing options to help you reach your resolution goals.

12. Take advantage of ebooksPublishing an ebook is easy! The ability to offer easy-to-order ebooks has opened up a massive sales channel for indie authors. As readers embrace ebooks, offering an ebook edition equates to priceless exposure.

13. Take advantage of audiobooks — The Internet never sits still, and there has been a tsunami of interest in audiobooks as we enter the third decade of this new millennium. Between iTunes and Amazon, finding and listening to audiobooks has never been easier, and publishing one is just as simple.

14. Find your voice — When you’re meeting new people and making new connections, that effort will ultimately affect sales. Assimilating all of these influences into a voice that is uniquely yours will help you identify and reach your unique readers, too.

15. Put the press to work — A press release distribution service can reach thousands of relevant news organizations worldwide in an instant these days. Authors, too, can use the Internet to research specific publications and reach targeted media contacts.

16. Be a mentor — It is often said that students are the best teachers, and building relationships is key to expanding one’s audience. As a published author, why not help newcomers out as they negotiate the writing and publishing processes? Writing groups and publishing associations are great places to meet people in search of assistance.

17. Join a writer’s group or association — If you’re serious about becoming a successful author, it’s crucial to continually hone your craft. A writer’s group not only provides support; you can get tips and feedback and like-minded writers to help with promotion.

18. Work the (digital) red carpet — Video remains the fastest growing slice of the Internet. Not only is YouTube a great platform for book promotion, it’s a great way to conduct research. Fortunately for self-publishing authors, it’s easier than ever to create a book video and upload it to YouTube to grab the attention of future readers.

19. Promote yourself — You’re taking all the right marketing steps for your book, but don’t forget to market yourself. Resolve to make authorship and your expertise a visible aspect of your identity. You have the book to prove it (or, you will soon in 2020)!

20. Kickstart your resolutions — Remove barriers to progress and initiate conditions that help you achieve the goals you’ve set by setting up a calendar and reconciling your skills and resources with the task at hand. Strategy is key, and working one-on-one with a Book Marketing Strategist can help 2020 begin with a big book bang!

For more information and help choosing your best self-publishing options, contact an Outskirts Press Publishing Consultant in whatever manner is easiest for you:

 

The Top 10 Reasons to be Thankful for Self-Publishing

As Thanksgiving draws near, it’s time to take stock of everything there is to be thankful for. Family, friends, love, laughter … and being a published author (or the opportunity to be published soon). There’s never been a better time to be a writer. Here are just a few reasons we should all be thankful to be self-publishing in these exciting times:

  1. eBooks. Just having the ability to offer books in an easy-to-order format has opened up a massive sales channel for independent authors. As readers move from hardcopy to electronic books, the ability for anyone to get their book in front of these customers is priceless exposure — and offering an ebook is easy.
  2. Social media. When knocking on doors, making phone calls, buying ads and getting media coverage aren’t on your busy holiday calendar, reaching out to large audiences is still achievable, thanks to social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and more. Author pages can be set up quickly, so you can let others know about your book from the comfort of your home.
  3. Author webpages. An author website can be created for free on many drag-and-drop website building platforms and most full-service self-publishing companies, such as Outskirts Press, provide a webpage to every author who publishes with them. You can easily provide this link to prospective readers so they can purchase your paperback, hardback, eBook, or even your audiobook on iTunes.
  4. Blogging platforms. The advantage of being an author is that you can put your writing skills to great use in your marketing. A personal or professional blog is a great way to raise your profile online, interact with readers and make valuable connections with others in the publishing industry. If you don’t have a blog, start one today for free on WordPress.
  5. Power of the press. Book announcements have come a long way in recent years. In an instant, a press release distribution service can get your book announcement to thousands of relevant news organizations worldwide. Plus, with the internet as a valuable research tool, an author can very quickly gather specific publications and broadcast media to target with personal contact.
  6. Goodreads. Self-published authors can easily make use of many selling tools on the Goodreads platform to foster relationships with readers, promote their books and sell more copies.
  7. Support when you need it. Traditional publishing houses typically provide a marketing push upon a book’s release but withdraw support as time goes on — especially if a book falls short of lofty sales goals. This doesn’t mean the window for success has closed; it only means the publisher no longer supports the author. Many of those authors now have the flexibility to pursue self-publishing when their rights revert back to them from the traditional houses. And they’re discovering that when they’re in charge — as all self-publishing authors are — they have the power to tweak their marketing approach, and keep more of the profits at the same time. It’s never too late to self-publish and market your way to success!
  8. AudioBooks. Back in the day (like 4-5 years ago), eBooks were all the rage. But the Internet never sits still, and what was a rising wave for eBooks just a few years ago has turned into a tsunami for AudioBooks as we enter the third decade of this new millennium. And no wonder! Between iTunes and Amazon, finding and listening to Audiobooks has never been easier, and publishing an audiobook is just as simple.
  9. YouTube. Everyone knows the number 1 search engine on the Internet is Google. But Google also laid claim to the number 2 search engine when they purchased YouTube for $1.65 billion in 2006 (granted, YouTube wasn’t the juggernaut it is today).  Video is quickly overtaking text as the medium of choice on the Internet, and YouTube is leading the way. Fortunately for self-publishing authors, it’s easier than ever to create a book video and upload it to YouTube to grab some of those viewers (and potential book buyers).
  10.  Amazon. Nowadays, the world’s largest retailer may be more concerned with making money than supporting authors (as revealed in this New York Times article), but there is still something to be said when a self-publishing author can be a #1 bestseller on the world’s largest bookselling website.

As this decade comes to a close, it is clear that self-publishing has changed in positive ways over the past ten years. We live in exciting times, indeed. And as we begin our 18th year of helping writers become published authors, Outskirts Press is thankful to be a growing part of this modern publishing renaissance — and thankful for authors like you who are paving the way!

How would you feel about publishing your masterpiece with the A+ rated and #1-rated self-publishing company according to the Better Business Bureau and Top Consumer Reviews, respectively?

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Top 10 Ways to Use and Sell Your Book This Summer

When summer breezes in, authors will need to be ready with copies of their book for signing events, giveaways and, of course, those unpredictable opportunities to sell in person. An even 100 is a good starting point, but more or fewer is appropriate, depending on how much one-on-one selling you’re comfortable with. (We’re giving you some great ideas here — stay tuned!)

First, stock up with Outskirts Press now and you’ll get FREE shipping on orders of 50 books or more (within the continental United States). Plus, you’ll receive an additional 35-50% off your book order with our bulk discount … and still ship it free!

Now, why do you need those copies? Lots of reasons, but here are the top 10 places you can use your author copies and sell your book this summer:

  1. Independent Bookstores: Mom-and-pop shops in your local community are often more receptive to independently published authors, especially local ones, than the giant chain bookstores. Give them a free promotional copy of your book and a sales sheet, so they can determine whether to carry it. They’ll get a better margin ordering directly from the Outskirts Press bookstore than if they order from Ingram. And they’ll get the best deal if you leave them a stack on consignment. Owners of independent bookstores must compete with larger chains, and one way they do that is by offering their customers perks — like meeting a local author! Hint: You’ll find the bookstore proprietor will be much more willing to host your event if you offer to share the promotional responsibilities.
  2. Libraries: Introduce yourself as a local published author to local librarians and ask what resources are available to share your book with the community. Offer to do a book signing or reading event. If nothing else, offer to leave a copy for the library to display in the lobby and/or put into circulation.
  3. Writer’s Groups: Network with writer’s club members who have information or contacts that can help you increase your sales, and be ready to give copies of your book to people who may be able to pass it along to important power players, or who may simply be interested in reading it in exchange for an online review (or both!). Give them a taste of your book via a reading in a club meeting.
  4. Book Clubs: Reach out to local book clubs via social media sites like Facebook or MeetUp and propose your book for their summer read. This is a great way to sell 10+ copies of your book at a time. For information on how to create a Book Club Kit check out our How to Make a Book Club Kit TipSheet in your Author Center. Hint: Offer to lead the discussion at one of the meetings. Book clubs rarely turn down a chance to read books where they are certain to get the chance to meet the author personally.
  5. Coffee Shops: Local coffee shops are great places for book readings and signings. Ask if you can hang a poster of your book in their window or pin a promotional postcard or bookmark on their announcement board. Ask if they will consign your book as a point-of-sale purchase. Or offer to leave copies for patrons to read while they sip their coffee. If customers become engrossed in the story, they may go to Amazon to get their own copy to finish at home.
  6. Genre Retailers: Book signings and author events are not limited to bookstores. Yoga studios/gyms are great for health books. Kitchen gadget and independent grocery stores are great for recipe books (think yummy samples), toy stores are great for kids’ books, and lingerie stores work for romance novels. What kind of retailer is a good match for your book?
  7. Art Galleries: As a writer, you are an artist. If you can connect your book with an art gallery’s artwork (even if it’s just that you’re a local talent) they may be willing to consign your book. Ask if you can hang a poster of your book in their window.
  8. Restaurants: Restaurants are great venues for book events and great places to display your book poster. We’ve even seen local restaurants with books at the tables for patrons to read while they wait for their food.
  9. Radio and TV Stations: Send a pitch packet, including a copy of your book, to local radio and television stations offering to do interviews and live segments.
  10. Newspapers: Small-town publications regularly feature news briefs and announcements on everything from church events to student achievements to business openings. It’s not unusual for local newspapers to write feature stories, or at least a news brief, on newly published books from local authors or to publicize book signings or local events. Introduce yourself to the editor and leave him/her a copy of your book and sales sheet. In addition to a feature story or news brief, ask if the newspaper has a book review section or a place for serialized fiction. Leave another copy of your book for the book reviewer.

Summer readers are ready — are you ready for them? Order your author copies from Outskirts Press today for free shipping on 50 books or more, and additional bulk-order discounts!

 

How to Promote a Book Series

Do you have more than one book in a series, perhaps featuring a central character (for example, James Bond), or a common genre (for example, historical fiction)?

If so, marketing your series (and even publishing your series) is a little different from publishing a single non-fiction book, for instance.

Take some cues from runaway success, and Outskirts Press author, Linda Rae Sande, on 3 suggestions to make your series as successful as it can be.

1. Make sure the cover design is consistent

Ms. Sande was diligent in ensuring that each of her romance novel shared very specific characteristics on the cover. One need only look at her boxed set to see exactly what we mean. Check out the spines of each book. The title is consistently in the same font and consistently in the same place. Ditto her name, and the “type” of image used both on the cover and the spine.

2. Promote from within

It goes without saying, probably, that readers of one book of your series are bound to be interested in the other books within that same series, right? So don’t miss out on that marketing opportunity. Make sure the front and/or back pages of each book in the series mention all the other books within that same series (including very specific ordering information, maybe a cover image, and certainly any reviews and/or awards that you wish to promote).

We hear what you’re saying: “How can you mention book 2 and 3 in the pages of book 1?” Well, that’s the power of print-on-demand. Publish book 1 as you normally would and while you’re writing book 2, start collecting reviews and awards for book 1. Publish book 2, and within the pages of book 2, insert promotions about book 1 with your accolades. Simultaneously (a writer’s work is never done), work on book 3 as you start to collect reviews and awards for book 2 and continue collecting accolades for book 1. See the pattern here? When the series is complete, make the necessary revisions to all of them to include all of them. Then it’s time to publish the all-important “boxed-set.”

3. Make a boxed-set of your series

Once you have three or more books in your series, create a boxed set that sells of them for a slightly discounted price (see image above for a perfect example). Unlike the convenience factor you experience with the zero-inventory “print-on-demand” aspects of your physical Outskirts Press books, “boxed-set books” are inventory-driven physical products, and as such, they demand a different mentality, and higher level of personal involvement, but it’s worth the effort. Here’s what to consider:

  • BOX DIMENSIONS – Determining the dimensions of the box requires measuring the dimensions of the books to be included. If your box-set is going to include three 6×9 books, for instance, you have two of the required dimensions — the height and the depth. But you also need the width — that is, the size of the “opening” of the cased box itself. Say the spine of each book is 1 inch wide. That means your box must be approximately 3 inches wide. Of course, there is no such thing as “approximately” when producing physical products, so further down we will point you to a printing/manufacturing vendor who can assist you in determining your exact specifications (and produce your boxes for you).
  • BOX DESIGN – Once you have determined your box’s dimensions, you need to determine what the boxed set is going to look like. It’s easiest (and least expensive) to duplicate your cover art on the outside of the box (since that high resolution artwork already exists). But, alternatively, you can produce a unique piece of artwork for the box itself. You’ll need to determine the artwork for the sides, top, bottom, and back of the box. You’ll also determine the “color printing process” to use. 4-Color is the best.
  • BOX PRODUCTION – Like nearly any physical off-set products, the more units you order, the cheaper each unit is, so your printer’s quote will usually provide you with quantity/unit/price breaks. Remember that for each box you order, you’ll need to order enough copies of each of your books to insert into the boxed sets.
  • FINALIZING THE BOX – Once your boxes arrive from the manufacturer and the copies of your books arrive from your publisher, you’re ready to finalize your boxed-sets. This is about as easy as you would expect. You’ll slip one copy of each of your series of books into the box. If your box dimensions are correct, the books should fit snugly inside the box with very little wiggle-room, and just enough space to pull them out one-by-one. You may even decide to produce two different boxed-sets, an “author signed” boxed-set (which is more expensive naturally), and a non-author signed boxed set. You could sign the box itself and/or each of the copies of the books inside.
  • MARKETING THE BOX – Once you have a final boxed set, take several digital pictures of it so you can promote and sell it. People will want to see what your boxed set looks like. Then, upload the image, details and price to your author webpage and/or website. Since you will be handling the fulfillment of those orders personally, you will need to create a merchant account to accept secure online payments and receive notifications of orders. The easiest vendor for this kind of thing is Pay Pal (http://paypal.com) but Stripe (http://stripe.com) is also a good option. Once you have a way of taking and fulfilling orders for your boxed set, your marketing efforts will mimic the marketing steps you’ve taken to promote your books individually — that is, through social media outreach efforts, virtual book tours, promotional materials, blogging, interviews, etc. The advantage of having a boxed set is that for the same effort it takes to promote one single book, you can promote three (or more) books all at the same time, with a much higher price. The higher your price, the more flexibility you have with your margins, and therefore the greater discounts you can provide to your buyers as incentive.
  • SELLING THE BOX – In addition to the Pay Pal and/or Stripe merchant accounts you will need to set-up for collecting orders from your own author webpage/website(s), you will also want to submit your boxed set to Amazon.com. In order to do this, you need to open up your own merchant account, which you can do by clicking here. Once your merchant account has been set-up, it will be in your best interest to also set-up a Fulfillment by Amazon account here. That way, you can send them multiple boxed sets in advance, and then they handle the individual order fulfillment for you, plus they notify you in advance when you need to supply them with more boxed sets. Another bonus: your customers will qualify for free shipping through Amazon Prime, which is something you won’t be able to offer with a simple merchant account.

If you’re interested in more marketing tips, there’s never a better time than now to inquire. Visit us online at www.outskirtspress.com and check out our Marketing Solutions menu. You can also access our wonderful Free Marketing Resource Center where you’ll find countless further recommendations to suit your marketing needs!

 

Making the Most of Book Fairs

Book fairs are a great way to promote your book, meet accomplished colleagues, and learn about the publishing industry. While each state in America (and actually almost each country nation-wide) celebrates writers and books with their own local/regional fairs, there are five massive, international book fairs each year that no self-publishing author should miss: Beijing, Bologna, Book Expo of America, Frankfurt, and London.

While the Bologna Book Fair focuses on children’s books and juvenile/young adult, the others are more general in their appeal and focus, making them primary spots for an active marketing effort, whether in person or “via representation.” Many companies, and probably your own publisher, offer co-op opportunities to have your book on display at these international venues and represented on your behalf. Sure, nothing beats a trip overseas, but if that’s not in your budget, check with the opportunities your publisher or marketing professional can secure for you.

If you plan to attend in person, here are some tips for getting the most out of book fairs:

  • Take plenty of business cards, and make sure your cards are professional and eye catching
  • Find out which journalists, bloggers, and other influencers will be at the event ahead of time (by conducting some targeted keyword searches on Google — said bloggers and influencers are probably talking about it endlessly) and send them a copy of your press release in advance
  • Host an event at your stand. Be sure to advertise your stand event
  • Join the Book Fair group on Facebook and LinkedIn to connect with contacts and other attendees
  • Do your research. Find out as much as you can about the scheduled events, market audience, attendees, etc. before the event
  • Don’t forget to market on social media before, during, and after the event

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  • Prominent, face-out display of your book with select other Outskirts Press titles
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