It was a week you’ll remember for me asking a lot of questions… Should self-published authors be allowed into professional writing associations? Joe Konrath takes on the Mystery Writers of America for excluding self-published authors from membership in order to protect their “high professional standards” Conceding that most self-published work isn’t good enough to have [...]
Surveying your readers is a great way to get feedback, especially as the anonymity might lead to more honesty.
In January 2012 we’re going to be surveying over 1,000 self-published authors for the Taleist 2012 Self-Publishing Survey. What would you like to know about your fellow authors?
Achieving 1,006 responses to the 2012 Taleist Self-Publishing Survey has made me think about setting goals.
“Not a Gold Rush”, the report of the Taleist Self-Publishing Survey reveals for the first time real data about how self-publishers are doing, how they’re doing it, and what’s working.
What sort of information can you expect from the Taleist Self-Publishing Survey?