Welcome to Ron’s Tip of the Day. Today I am looking at Discover Your Audience.
This can be tricky. If you have previously written books, then you already have something to gauge who is your audience.
So, there are three principles:
- New Authors: Make use of reviewers. Identify those with a positive view.
- Established Authors: Review sales data to see who buys and who reviews your books.
- All Authors: Look at other authors in your genre. Who is in their audience?
Make a list of audience possibilities. Then narrow the list down until you have gotten it as refined as possible.
Tip of the Day: Make a list of audience possibilities. Then narrow the list down until you have gotten it as refined as possible.
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