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Category Archives: Getting to the Truth About Indie Author Marketingl: a clear-eyed guide to “author marketing services”
You’ve published your indie book. You know you’re supposed to be marketing it — and you’ve learned that there are plenty of people out there who will help you — for a fee. How do you figure out if paying someone to help you market is worth it? Getting to the Truth About Indie Author Marketing will help you sort through the hype. It will help you understand when to hang on to your money, and when investing in marketing services makes sense. Coming in 2015.
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