Face The Book TV

Your author/publisher website is arguably the most important element of your book marketing plan. Our experts discuss key elements of your website that can help you sell more books. Laura Williams of GoodInklings and nonfiction publisher Scott Channell discuss.

Show Notes

 Your author/publisher website is arguably the most important element of your book marketing plan. Our experts discuss key elements of your website that can help you sell more books. 
Are you prepared to build a professional author/publisher website and increase your book sales? The most significant feature of a book marketing strategy for authors and small publishers is to establish their own mobile-friendly, professional-looking website. 

Guest Laura Williams of GoodInklings.com has built many websites for authors, politicians, and professionals over the years, and though she acknowledges that the field is evolving at warp speed, some web design & management principles are evergreen. In this episode, we'll get you started on setting up an effective author website that will help you sell books. 

Laura and host Scott Channell will cover essentials like domain names, turnkey vs. WordPress sites, the basic pages you'll need, reader-engagement strategies, and where the website fits into your overall mission and goals as an author/publisher. 

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What is Face The Book TV?

Do you have a book in you? Face The Book TV brings you the how-to of independent publishing. Regular segments include Author Spotlight and Ask the Experts, featuring expert panelists, indie authors, and publishers from Independent Publishers of New England and the Independent Book Publishers Association.