We launched TitlePager™ in the Fall of 2017 to support authors as they market their books. As we work with authors to build out sites we thought that there was a need for a less expensive option that was filled with features but simpler for an author to manage. One that gives them the control and ownership that an Amazon, Goodreads (part of Amazon), or publisher catalog page doesn’t. Also, we wanted to support all of the fabulous indie authors brave enough to put their work out to the world. So after attending a hackathon at MIT where we created a prototype we came back and spent months creating TitlePager.
TitlePager creates professional marketing sites for authors with the click of a button. TitlePager takes the ISBN and pulls information from Bowker’s Books-In-Print such as the cover, summary, and bibliographic information. It also makes buy-it-now links to a variety of online retailers. From this default page, an author can then pick from 20 color schemes, add reviews, video, an excerpt, social links, an excerpt, upcoming events, and links to a mailing list and giveaways. Once you subscribe to either a monthly or yearly plan you get to choose a custom TitlePager sub-domain this could be the name of your book or your author name, and if you own your own URL you just need to let us know and we will work with you to set it up for free. After you publish you also get a code to use to add your other books for free. Then you can connect them and create a multibook site.
It takes about fifteen minutes to set up a TitlePager site and you can come back and edit them anytime. We feel that they make a great homebase connecting your social activities and your readers. If you want a site that holds all of your other writing, and a blog then we would love to talk about building that out for you but if you want a powerful online presence to refer people to when they hear about your book then we hope you try out titlepager.