Marketing Your Indie Book – A Rough Nautical Map In A Sea Of Advertising Options

Here’s a handy example of data comparing various paid advertising options to book sales.

Tara Sparling writes

So you’ve published your book! Congratulations! All your hard work is now… beginning.

Marketing Your Indie Book: A Rough Nautical Map They told me all I had to do was write the damn thing… now you tell me 80% of the work is yet to be done?

That’s right, folks: it’s now time to sell your book. So roll back your sleeves, grab a sweatband, pull on the waders and let’s go into the murky waters of indie book advertising.

I got some lovely data from fantasy author and blogmate Nicholas C. Rossis, author of the dark epic fantasy Pearseus series featured in this data here. Nicholas has crunched some numbers beautifully in his own time – not least here, and here, and you should definitely go and have a look at them. Do that in a minute, though, once we’re done here, because seriously, folks, this data is only GORGEOUS.

Firstly, he had a comprehensive rundown of e-book advertising options which, although helpful, full…

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