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This Week in Links: January 18 – 22

For Rights Holders:

7 Book Marketing Trends Authors Can’t Afford to Ignore – via The Book Designer – A look at some of the most popular marketing strategies, with an actionable tip for putting each into practice.

Twitterific Writing Links – via Elizabeth Spann Craig – A trove of information for writers; this one’s worth bookmarking for repeated visits.

Five Marketing Models for Self-Publishing Success – via Publishers Weekly – A handful of tactics to help authors “focus on the bigger picture of building marketing momentum effectively.”

[PODCAST] Listen and Learn: Engaging With Your Email List – via Book Marketing Tools – Author Michael Bunker discusses tips for engaging  your email list without burning them out.

For Producers:

Make These Eight Mistakes To Lose Voice Over Clients And Auditions – via Voice-Over Xtra – You may not even realize actions that drive clients away. Identify and correct with this helpful post.

Facebook Voiceover Groups Galore – via Rhonda’s Voice – Joining an online voiceover community may provide support and education for your career.

Trusting in Your Abilities as a Voiceover Actor – via Victoria DeAnda – Self-confidence is key in a field as subjective as voice acting.

Make Your New Year’s Voice Resolutions! – via Dr. Ann Utterback – Learn three ways to keep your vocal folds healthy in 2016.

This Week in Links: April 14 – 18

Did you join us last night for our Twitter chat with guest Toni Tesori from @duolit? We had a great time connecting with authors and talking audiobook production and marketing! If you missed the chat, or just want to relive the fun, check out our Twubs page (remember to read from the bottom up), and make sure to follow @ACX_com for all the best audiobook info in 140 characters or less.

After that, read on for your top audiobook links from this past week!

For Producers:

4 Voice Actors Walk Into A Bar…. – via Rhonda’s Voice – Learn what the 4 generations of voiceover professionals can teach us.

Wake Up Your Voice With Protein – via Online Voice Coaching – Dr. Ann Utterback explains why you should reach for a can of sardines instead of a bar of chocolate for your next in-booth energy boost.

5 Simple Things to Improve Your Voice-over Career – via Bodalgo – Follow these 5 easy tips and see how they improve your voiceover outlook.

How to Connect with People on Social Media – via Socialnomics – Social media can be one of the most powerful (and free!) marketing tools. Read on to learn how to get those most out of your time on social media.

For Rights Holders:

Cynthia Hartwig’s Top Five Marketing Jobs for New Authors – via The ACX Blog – Cynthia’s guest post on this very blog is full of tips you can put into practice right away to get the word out about your audiobook productions.

Five Warning Signs Your Story Needs Revision – via Kristen Lamb’s Blog – “Many readers might not be able to articulate specifically why they lost interest in a story, but often the answer is simple. It can be an accumulation of the small things.” Let Kristen help you figure out where your story went astray.

How to Know When You’re Done Revising Your Manuscript – via The BookBaby Blog – After Kristen helps you figure out if you need to revise your story, let BookBaby help you understand when enough is enough.

10 Steps To The Best Cover For Your Book – via badredheadmedia – Like it or not, readers and listeners will judge your book by it’s cover. Learn 10 things you can do to make sure your fans judge yours kindly.