Keeping Track of Book Sales. Make Your Own #booksellingtechniques #bookpromo #techthursday


Here is a very helpful post.

The Literary World of Sylvia Hubbard

books - clipartKnowing what you sold, who’s following you, what campaigned worked and what didn’t is a lot of hard work.

Yet, selling a product on the internet is a lot of hard work, but in order to be successful, you need to know what’s effective and what is not. Authors are horrible at loving analytics, but it’s very necessary to keep track at least once a week to see what you can do to better sell books.

A lot of people ask me with all that I do, how do I continue to make sure that I’m staying on track, what worked, what didn’t work and so forth.

I use to hand write my book tracking sheet down. I made a little booklet and would keep a daily journal of what happened on my sites, in my social networks and also my main bookselling pages.

I digitize everything after my fire and I’ll…

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