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$150,000 in Less Than a Year – Nathan Barry Tells You How

In less than a year, Nathan Barry has sold over $150,000 in self-published books. Did we mention, he’s also a first-time author who started with absolutely no audience to speak of? Pretty amazing, right!? So how did he do it? He’ll tell you in his new book,

Surprise! First Impressions Matter

I’m sure you’ve experienced this at some point: a) You click on a link to a website b) After a quick glance you already know you’re not interested, c) So you click ‘back’ and head elsewhere. How did you make that snap judgment? Did you really read

iBooks Author Resources (You’ll Want to Bookmark These)

Happy New Year to you, authors! As 2013 kicks off, we want to make sure you have everything you need to make this year the year you publish. Some incredible things are going to happen this year in the world of digital publishing and we’ve got some

Design is Marketing

We can thank people like Steve Jobs for this design-focused marketplace. Jobs, among others, trained people to expect products that not only deliver on their promised function, but look great and feel great too. He called this “magical”; we call it great design. We live in the era

Design: Hire a Pro vs. DIY vs. Templates

Great book design is one of the most powerful marketing tools you have as a self-published author. “If you can’t be there in person (with an eBook, for example), the energy you get from great design really matters.”     –Seth Godin Great design can take your content

The Best Commencement Speech All Creative People Should Hear

This is some of the best advice we’ve ever heard from an author. Whether you’re just starting out or neck deep in the game, Neil Gaiman delivers a thought-provoking, actionable, and thoroughly entertaining commencement speech that will have you sharing his wisdom in no time. This should