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message 1: by Alex (new)

Alex (asato) (Published nov 2016)

It has links to a few extremely comprehensive spreadsheets. But Don't get overwhelmed! You don't have to do everything. ^_-

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Worthy of note:
Though it can often be a double-edged sword, paid advertising can be a useful way to connect with new readers.

Be careful not to overspend, and make sure that you have a clear call to action that you can track results on. If your advertising efforts aren’t building your permission list or selling books, kill it quickly.

Online Advertising – Starting with online ads is fast, inexpensive, and easy to track:
Google Adwords
Facebook ads
LinkedIn ads
StumbleUpon ads
Price promotion – Sites such as BookBub, Book Gorilla, etc."

message 2: by Graeme (new)

Graeme Rodaughan Well there goes all my spare time....

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