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Author Dock is a service of []( and [](
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It's the place to fuel up and replenish your supplies (knowledge) before you head out into the vast ocean of self publishing! An 'Artifact' tracking tool to assist you be more effective in your publishing efforts.  
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> The only difference between a dream and a goal is a deadline.  Author Dock provides a structure to assign deadlines to produce the outcomes necessary to achieve your goals.
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Each author receives a secure 'project' page that includes the following components (depending our your level of engagement):
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* Action list (assignable)
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* Gantt project timeline, schedule, and calendar of activities
* Project notes and a collaborative electronic notebook
* Metadata
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* Personalized book marketing plan
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* News and updates (‡)
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All the vital information that you need to refer to on a regular basis. Marketplace links, descriptions, keywords, categories, pricing, etc..
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An action oriented marketing plan
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You can login anytime 24x7 and monitor progress.  Your support team will have access to the project page as well, keep you current on any updates.
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‡ Recommended resources, tools, and success stories.  The most successful publishers are always testing out new strategies. In the news section, we'll share 'best practices' and new ideas to try. The world of digital publishing is an ever evolving universe. The advantage goes to the nimble authors who can act quickly. *Subscription required*