18 Sites Where You Can Find Photos (And Use Them For Your Work!)

As a writer, and especially as a blogger, it's helpful to have access to images you can use. With that in mind, here is a list of sites where you can find photos for commercial use (in no particular order): Kaboompics: A royalty-free service for stock images for images photographer, graphic designer and website creator Karolina creates. …

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FotoJet, an Online Collage Maker, Graphic Designer, and Photo Editor

Visuals are an important aspect of building platforms. Think about it. What is more likely to catch your eye on Twitter or Facebook? A few words and maybe a link, or a strong image that conveys a message? There's a reason for the idiom, "a picture is worth a thousand words." With that in mind, …

Indie Author Marketing Guide: A Primer to Social Media

Social media is a big part of indie author marketing strategies these days. But for those just starting out, it may seem daunting. When I first began using social media for platform building, I felt slightly overwhelmed. But now, after lots of practice and just incorporating social media into my daily routine, I've come to …

How to Create a Fixed Format Ebook (Part 2): Adding Images

In my last post on creating fixed format ebooks, I covered how to set up your files in Sigil so that ereaders and tablets know to treat your ebook like a fixed format ebook. This post I'll talk about how to treat images in picture ebooks. First, you'll want to make sure that your images …

Pinning on Pinterest

Pinterest can be a powerful social media marketing tool. Since this is a blog about publishing, and social media is both a form of publishing and a huge part of marketing in the publishing industry, it seems relevant to share what I learned from a webinar on Pinterest, presented by Entrepreneuress Academy.  On Pinterest, you …