10 Step Plan to Promote Your Book: Online Book Marketing on Any Budget

The most common questions posted under the hashtag #SupportIndieWriters vary in exact wording but always seems to have the same gist:

“How do I promote my self-published book without going broke?”

In 10 Step Plan to Promote Your Book, Scott Hughes provides valuable advice for self-published authors and small publishers.

The plan works on any budget. It works for the wealthy busy professional as well as for the struggling artist short on funding.

About the Author ~ As the founder of Online Book Club, Scott Hughes has spent over a decade in this new industry, working with thousands of authors to advertise books online. Scott Hughes has worked in the ebook marketing industry before the Kindle ever existed!

Nanci Arvizu, Writing and Reviews Editor

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3 Comments

  1. A must-read for indie authors who need promotion help! From OnlineBookClub.org, webmaster Scott Hughes has more than ten years of experience helping indie authors (like me) promote our books. In this book, he lays out a pretty simple, straight-forward plan for promoting your book, with stress on taking advantage of the biggest network at your fingertips: social media. The indie author with a limited budget is kept in mind for this plan, so it works for anyone, as long as you’re willing to invest the time. 

  2. Good concise plan to help new authors gain success In reading this book I found much of the advice clearly and concisely written within the 10 steps given. Scott’s experience and lessons learned shows through. Nothing pays like experience, especially learning from mistakes. He points out how “time is money.” He includes a nice checklist to help you. 

  3. A “Must-Have” Book for Self-Publishing This book is a “must-have” for any author who is thinking of self-publishing or who is in the throes of self-publishing. It offers sound advice on the “do’s and don’ts” of selling books and becoming known without breaking the bank. 

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