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Top Marketing Resources for the Savvy Goodreads Author

Posted by Cynthia on December 5, 2017
We pulled together some of our the most useful blog posts for authors on Goodreads. Catch up on case studies, learn some marketing tips, get inspired by writing prompts, and take the Goodreads Author Program Quiz to test your knowledge about all things Goodreads marketing. Happy reading!

5 Things Writers Need to Know Before Publishing Their First Book
Many writers dream of becoming published authors, but few realize all it entails.

All the Ugly and Wonderful Things
Case study about overcoming challenges.
Case Study: Lilac Girls
The marketing behind a debut novel.


Infographic: Building Your Marketing Timeline
An overview for authors building their marketing strategies in advance.

The Five Readers You Meet in Publishing
You're bound to come across one of them in your publishing career.

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Get the Most Out of Goodreads in Just Five Minutes a Day
There's one easy activity that any author can do.

Indie Authors Share the Secrets to Their Success
Three self-published writers discuss how they built their bestselling careers.



Goodreads Author Program Quiz
How much do you know about marketing your book on Goodreads? Take this quiz!


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message 1: by [deleted user] (new)

Great information!


message 2: by Sophia (new)

Sophia Brown Great resources. I loved it. Thanks, Goodreads for sharing such wonderful resources here that the author can use for marketing purpose. I hope this will be helpful in their branding. The author is not beyond branding nowadays. I am engaged with https://australianwritings.com.au/ass... as a freelance content writer. Here I also insist on my branding as an author.


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