Ensure your books are ready for sale. Choose the best book title and cover design. Perfect your book jacket blurb. Break out of your head and bring readers into the process before your book goes to press — online or in print.
Decide which titles and subtitles pique readers’ curiosity.
Design the most eye-catching cover or book jacket.
Get help with marketing, description copy, and other sales collateral.
Using feedback collected with PickFu, authors and publishers have topped the charts of Amazon and even the New York Times.
Make your marketing assets as strong as they can be.
Optimize your existing listings or repackage your published books.
Authors and publishers were one of the first industry verticals to grasp the power of PickFu. In a competitive marketplace like the Kindle store or a physical bookstore, reader feedback can help your book stand out on the shelf.
Target the audience for your poll based on your book’s subject matter. Writing about dating advice? Ask singles. Science fiction? Survey readers of that genre. What about tips for gardening in the arid Southwest? Yes, PickFu even offers that audience. Layer on reading habits such as preferred book format and books read per month, and you’re on your way to hyper-targeted insights for your unique manuscript.Visit the gallery
Compare book title or subtitle ideas. Or use Head-to-head polls to pit book cover designs against each other.
Understand what colors, backgrounds, and cover imagery most appeal to readers. Rank what selling points are most important in your marketing copy.
Showcase your entire Kindle listing or book jacket and ask for general feedback.
See where users click on a search results page to improve your book’s appeal.
With platforms such as Audible and Apple Books offering listeners thousands of options, publishing an audiobook is different from e-books and paperbacks.
Nonfiction demands the use of facts and flesh-and-blood experiences that can’t be dreamed up. To keep your facts straight and build them into a compelling narrative, you have to know how to outline.
One of the hardest things for authors to do is summarize an entire story idea in just a few sentences. Will a book description generator or a template help?