Take the Next Step in Indie Publishing

It’s almost time for Fall, the key season in indie publishing success. Indie writers and publishers know it’s time to prepare for holiday sales…and tracking those sales will be more important than ever. We need to spot trends and decide how to adapt to them. We also need the positive reinforcement that comes from seeing the sales roll in…not just in dribs and drabs from individual retailers like Amazon and Barnes and Noble, but all together, as a whole. There’s nothing better than seeing the progress you’re making across the board, from all your retail outlets at once. But the retailers’ reports come in different formats; unless you’re a spreadsheet wizard and have loads of time to work through them, you can’t quickly see the big picture. But now, thanks to Royalytics, you can.

Join Royalytics for a mere $10 per month, upload the reports from the different distributors, and presto! You’ll be able to view a range of super-user friendly reports that show tons of useful data about sales of your e-books and paperbacks through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Smashwords, Overdrive, and CreateSpace. You’ll be able to spot trends at a glance by using simple tables, charts, and graphs. You’ll be able to see it all, from total sales across all outlets to sales per distributor, geographic location, and individual retailer. Then, you can use this data to plan how to grow your publishing line and increase sales. It’s called e-book title optimization, and it will help you stay ahead of the crowd in the booming business of indie publishing.

I hope you’ll follow the link right here and explore the world of Royalytics for yourself. I think it will make a big difference in your indie publishing career, just as it has in mine.  Seriously, you won’t believe how cool this service is and how much it will do for you. And you’ll love the 24/7 web-based availability and personalized, quick-response support. It’s a game-changer, plain and simple.

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