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FOR WRITERS: What’s Your Distribution Strategy?

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FOR WRITERS Today’s writer topic comes from QSFer Scott: There are many ways to sell a book. Some folks focus on a single channel, while others go wide. What’s your distribution strategy, and why? How’s it working? Writers: This is a writer chat – you are welcome to share your own book/link, as long as it fits the chat, but please do so as part of a discussion about the topic. Join the chat: FB:

FOR WRITERS: Better to Go Wide or Go Amazon?

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FOR WRITERS Today’s writer topic comes from QSFer Elmer Reedy: There are many great book sales platforms out there, but Amazon is the big kahuna. Going all in on Amazon and Kindle Unlimited can result in higher ranking and greater sales, but it also means non-Amazon readers can’t enjoy your books. What’s your distribution strategy? Join the chat

FOR WRITERS: How Do You Distribute eBooks?

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FOR WRITERS Today’s writer topic comes from QSFer Richard Wood: What ebook distribution channels do you use? Amazon is almost mandatory I presume but what else do you use? Smashwords seems to handle the most formats and I understand distributes to Kobo, B&N Nook, Apple and possibly others. One quite successful LGBT author indicated that she uses Amazon and Smashwords and her books seem to be widely available. What are other options to maximize distribution? Join the chat