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Everything you need to know about profitable online publishing and promotion

From Stephen King to authors who haven't become household names quite yet, authors are increasingly turning to the Internet as a way of taking charge of their own publishing destiny. The opportunities are vast, but also confusing: Should you publish an e-book, a conventional print book, a Print On
ebook, 224 pages
Published April 1st 2007 by St. Martin's Griffin
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A chaotic collection of essays thrown together piecemeal

Over the past several months, I've read about a dozen books on electronic and self-publishing. Although I've still to find a truly excellent resource ("The Complete Guide to Self-Publishing" by Tom & Marilyn Ross is the best I've come across as of yet), "How to Publish and Promote Online" is one of the worst I've seen by far.

The general layout of the book is perhaps the biggest disappointment. Rather than having concrete, substantial ch
Natalie Wickham
This book helped me boil down the overwhelming field of marketing into 3 Keys. I was grateful for the input from a variety of experts in various fields, and for the authors’ candor in sharing of both their successes and failures. Read my full review here:
With technology changing as fast as it does, I was a little hesitant about spending time in a book published nearly eight years ago. However, there is some timeless marketing advice in this book that makes it well worth reading.
Jo-Ann Murphy
This book was very helpful. I wished for some more specifics and details but it heped me know the steps we need to take.
Nathan Daniels
Vast collection of marketing tips for your book.
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