Tag Archives: publishers weekly

This Week in Links: May 16 – 20

For Rights Holders:

10 (Practically) Cringe-less Self-Promotion Ideas for Authors – via Publisher’s Weekly – “When played right, self-promotion can have a resounding ROI—Return on Investment—especially when guided by a few rules.”

How To Use Audio as an Author For Book Sales and Marketing – via The Creative Penn – Get Joanna’s thoughts on why adding audiobooks to your portfolio is important for every author.

How to Use Guest Blogging to Promote Your Book – via Jane Friedman – Author Beth Hayden looks at the advantages of this book marketing method.

How Does Age Affect Reading? – via Digital Book World – Learn how reader analytics testing can “improve books and optimize the book marketing process.”

For Producers:

Six Audiobook Publishers/Producers Reveal What They Seek When Casting Narrators – via Voice-Over Xtra – Find out how to position yourself to get on the roster of audiobook publishers.

Voiceover Podcasts to Grow Your Business – via Victoria DeAnda – Ready to listen to someone talk about how you should be talking? Check out these instructive audio programs.

The Most Important Factor For Voice Over Success – via Marc Scott – Is it your voice? Your studio? Your equipment? The answer may surprise you.

How Dangerous is Your Voice-Over Studio? – via Nethervoice – Learn how to protect your eyes, ears, and fingers from long, repetitive hours in-studio.

 

This Week in Links: April 25 – 29

For Rights Holders:

How to Save Money and Do Online Book Publicity Yourself – via Jane Friedman – “[P]ublicity is not rocket science. If you are committed to the process, you can do it yourself.”

12 Common Writing Errors Even Bestselling Authors Make – via BookBub – Some of these can be real audiobook killers, too.

12 Ways Book Publishers Can Improve Facebook Engagement – via BookBusiness – Find out how to make the most of social media’s biggest platform.

The Indie Authors Business Guide – via Publishers Weekly – Learn the pros and cons of becoming a business entity.

For Producers:

How To Get The Rest You Need To Perform Your Best – via Voice-Over Xtra – Here are five tips to ensure you’re getting enough sleep to perform at a high level.

Do You Need a “Change of Pace”? – via VoiceBank.net – This post outlines a simple exercise you can add to your practice routine to help control the speed at which you read.

(INFOGRAPHIC) Have You Been Pronouncing These 30 Brand Names Incorrectly? – via Bobbin Beam – A good resource for VO’s, and some of the pronunciations may surprise you!

The History of Mind the Gap: The Voice in The Crowd – via Voice Over Herald – Learn the story of the famous message – and the voice behind it – from London’s Tube.