In this week’s episode, Holly gives a rundown of some of the things that indie authors can learn from their traditionally published counterparts. Both sides of the industry have strengths and weaknesses and have valuable practices for each other to emulate.
The episode briefly covers what traditional publishing could learn from indie, and then goes into detail on the reverse, including:
- Systems and processes
- Working with freelance professionals
- Building hype
- Valuing our work
- Writing for passion
Traditional publishing has been around for centuries and has been consistenly successful. There is a lot that indie authors can learn from and adapt to fit our author businesses.
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