Business Musings: Define Your Target Audience: The Intermediate Stages (Branding/Discoverability) – Kristine Kathryn Rusch

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The busy indie writer has so many tasks to do. Marketing is just one. Here is some help on that front.

In the past eight or so years since indie publishing took off, writers found that the commodity they lack the most is time. Time to write. Time to research. Time to read. Time to market. We get inu…

Source: Business Musings: Define Your Target Audience: The Intermediate Stages (Branding/Discoverability) – Kristine Kathryn Rusch

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