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ASP 70: Jesse Lakes on Creating Dynamic Book Links with Geniuslink

What gets measured, gets managed. – Peter Drucker Steve and Barrie talk with Jesse Lakes from GeniusLinks and discuss how the tool can help authors determine what works for book-based businesses and sell more books. Questions Answered in this Episode: What is Genius Links and how can it help authors sell more books? What is […]

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ASP 67: An Analysis of Amazon Prime Reading for Authors

“The most important single thing is to focus obsessively on the customer. Our goal is to be earth’s most customer-centric company.” – Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon Steve and Barrie talk about how the latest Amazon program for customers, Prime Reading, and what it means for self-published authors. Steve also shares his experience about being […]

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ASP 51: Steve Answers YOUR Self-Publishing Questions [Part 1]

Steve answers questions from the member of the Authority Self-Publishing Facebook group.  If you also want your self-publishing questions answered, join the group if you haven’t already. Once your book is written in word and has been edited, you have your title and cover design, what is your next step? Go over to Authority.pub/checklist to […]

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ASP 32: How to Get Published on Kindle Scout with Rachelle Christensen

Quote of the Day: “When you publish a book, it’s the world’s book. The world edits it.” – Philip Roth Rachelle is the award-winning author of 10 books, including The Soldier’s Bride (a Kindle Scout Selection). She is a stay-at-home mother of five who writes mystery/suspense and romance from a little farm in Idaho, where […]

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ASP 05: Amazon Defined — 9 Parts of Amazon Publishing You Should Understand

Quote of the Day Whatever you may have heard, self-publishing is not a shortcut to anything. Except maybe insanity. Self-publishing, like every other kind of publishing, is hard work. You don’t wake up one morning good at it. You have to work for that. – Zoey Winters We hear a lot of talk about Amazon, […]

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