Author profiles are important for creating an author brand | Amanda K.

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Tips for Authors – Where to Post an Author Profile– BookBuzz

Having an online author profile is an important part of any marketing campaign for every book. Readers want to see the author (or an author logo). It helps them get to know the person behind the book they are reading.

Having an author biography is equally important. An author doesn’t need to be long. But it does need one. Where is the author from? What do they like to do ? Why do they write in the genre they have chosen?

Here are five websites or sources, where an author profile is extremely important and all of them are FREE!!

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Amazon (affiliate link)

Creating an author profile on Amazon is very important because most of the orders can come from Amazon. It’s free and easy to set up your author profile on Amazon. Register or register Central Authors and they will guide you on how to do it. If you have a website address or social media profile. Include this in your biography.

Good reads

Creating your author profile on GoodReads is easy and very beneficial. You will be able to interact with readers, add new books and even promote your books. Many readers will leave reviews here and it’s a great community to join. Find groups in your genre and interact with other authors and readers.


BookBub is a great way to gain subscribers and build an author brand. Claiming your author profile is FREE and easy. One of the main benefits of having a BookBub profile and subscribers is that whenever you publish a new book, your subscribers will automatically receive an email regarding the new release (as long as the book is listed on BookBub) and that won’t cost you anything. anything.


LibraryThing is another great community to join. It’s like GoodReads, but with a different audience. Registration is FREE and then you can search for your book and claim your profile. There are also groups that you can join as well.

CraveBooks (affiliate link)

With CraveBooks, you can register for free, add your books and create your author profile. They also have promotions you can participate in and places where you can promote your book (for a fee).

All of these resources are great when building author branding, they also help for SEO purposes.

There are so many other wonderful sites too, but these are the top five that I always recommend to writers I work with!

I am responsible for public relations at BookBuzz We help independent authors, hybrid authors and small publishers to promote and market their books. They also help with book reviews, advertising, etc. Let’s create some buzz for your book!!!

Lola R. McClure